Well actually, 1 in 3 women wet themselves post-pregnancy from pelvic floor weakness. Imagine if that was you?
I will tell you why the pelvic floor is so important
I will explain a test for you to work out how you pelvic floor is going? (A free downloadable guide)
Provide you with an easy step-by-step training guide for your pelvic floor competence. (Also in the guide!)
MYTHS about pelvic floor
Basically I am one of those health professionals that thinks it’s a big deal (and I have also had 2 natural births which gives me the pregnancy credibility). I want to make pelvic floor exercises super easy for you to follow because these muscles need to work well for many years beyond this pregnancy!
Don’t be worried though, despite this list. You can work on preventing this stuff!
Basically, it’s a hammock type structure of muscle and other tissue that spans between your pubic bone at the front and your coccyx at the back. This hammock supports your bladder, uterus and bowel. It has 3 holes in it for the openings for each of the structures to the outside (like that was a mystery!) Obviously we all would prefer this hammock to stay in good knick. That least above is not so appealing!
If you need to speak to someone about a pregnancy issue you are having, our Osteos are available for consultation. We are a trusted service for midwives, Doulas and GP’s for pregnancy-related pain.
If this is something you think you need, call on 9859 5059
Phone : 03 9859 5059
Shop 3/74 Doncaster Road, Balwyn North 3104
The Village – Balwyn North