Pelvic Floor Reconstruction has become a hot topic among women with prolapse. But what permanent effects does it have on your womb? Read more to learn about less risky and natural long-term solutions.
Diastasis recti is a separation of your abdominal muscles, whereas a hernia is a protrusion of an organ. Although they seem related, here’s how you can tell them apart.
Fibroids form in the uterus while cysts form in the ovaries. Although both are mostly benign, it’s crucial to know the proper treatment for each.
Over time, your pelvic floor muscles can weaken, resulting in ‘a loose or saggy vagina’. But don’t worry, you won’t need surgery to see improvement, there are lots of natural remedies!
Pregnancy and childbirth are among the most incredible experiences a woman will have. However, pelvic prolapse can occur, which is not incredible. But, here’s what you can do about it.
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.
Overactive and underactive pelvic floor muscles fail to fully contract and relax. While they both signify weakness in your pelvic floor, each has distinct symptoms and treatment.
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.
Pelvic floor knowledge is overlooked or ignored until it is too late. As the adage goes, prevention is better than cure. And we believe that prevention starts with all women having certain knowledge from as early as possible. Starting a family entails challenges and decisions that could be physically, emotionally, and spiritually fulfilling or devastating. […]