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Prolapse and pelvic floor health in women: Why we need to talk ...

The most common symptom of prolapse is bowel and bladder incontinence, the latter of which affects more than a third of Australian women.

Symptoms also include uncomfortable feelings of fullness or swelling in the vagina, and for some women, sex may become painful.

While pregnancy and vaginal birth are the primary causes of prolapse, heavy lifting, chronic constipation, obesity, and ageing can also weaken the pelvic floor.

Contrary to popular belief, giving birth by caesarean section does not prevent pelvic floor problems either. Hormonal changes and the extra weight and pressure of a baby during pregnancy can also overstretch the pelvic floor muscles.

Prolapse symptoms may occur during pregnancy or following childbirth, but they are most common after menopause, when women's oestrogen levels — which help to keep the pelvic floor muscles well-toned — start to decline.

Strengthening the pelvic floor

Without intervention, pelvic floor problems usually become worse over time.

what are pc muscle exercises for women that tighten the vagina?

My wife and I just had baby #3, her obgyn reccommended this for bladder control and vaginal strength, anybody kmow what or how to do?


have her put her finger in her and act like she is holding her pee. shell feel her vagina tighten around her finger when shes doing it right. ur supposed 2 do it 30times 3x a day and wont c results 4 3weeks.when she drives have her do it @ the red lights


The same one as to cut off urinal flow.
But don't rush her. It should resume soon enough.
Seems like the doc should have told you this.


have her put her finger in her and act like she is holding her pee. shell feel her vagina tighten around her finger when shes doing it right. ur supposed 2 do it 30times 3x a day and wont c results 4 3weeks.when she drives have her do it @ the red lights

Loss of bladder control?

After I had my daughter, 14 months ago now, I had the normal problems most women have with bladder control - sneeze and pee, cough or laugh and pee...but the past two or three months it seems to have gotten worse.

Aside from kegel exercises,


You need a bladder suspension! I am 25 and have three children, the same thing happened to me. I went to a urologist, he did some test and then I had the surgery three days later. It was a miracle treatment!


You need to go see the doctor, you could have an oversized bladder or an infection.


This can be fixed very quickly, in fact BBC were running articles on this all last week. Go and have a chat with your DR and it will be fixed in no time