Deciding between surgical and non-surgical treatment options can be quite difficult and frustrating. After all, Prolapse surgery is a life-altering decision that requires careful consideration.
Pessaries are recommended for women with urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. Yet, studies show that long-term use can create unwanted symptoms, discomfort, and lower the quality of life (QoL) in women.
While some studies support the practice of Kegels to improve pelvic floor health, this doesn’t work for everyone. In fact, it might worsen some conditions.
After having a baby and being reviewed in the postnatal checkup, women are often told that things are back in their original place and they can resume the lifestyle they had prior to pregnancy. Nonetheless, they may not be “back to normal.” For a considerable amount of women, the baby isn’t the only thing coming out […]
While most conscious women tend to take meticulous care of their health, they severely under-look one aspect. It’s the health of their pelvic floor. In fact, more often than not, it’s not even under-looked but blatantly ignored or the advice given may make things exponentially worse. The importance of the pelvic floor and its health […]