How to Kegel Properly
Girls giggle about the Kegel when discussed in sex education classes and pregnant women perform this exercise to maintain the health of their pelvic floor, yet women worldwide often struggle to Kegel properly. A Kegel is designed to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, which are critical for controlling the flow of urine and holding the pelvic organs in place.Read more
What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?
Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when an organ such as the bladder, uterus or small bowel drops or prolapses and then pushes against the walls of the vagina. It can feel like you’re sitting on something, a persistent pressure on the vagina, a feeling of fullness in the lower belly or you may notice sudden incontinence.Read more
Whether you have heard of it or not, pelvic organ prolapse is a condition which affects as many as half of all women who have given birth.Read more
Incontinence is Not a Normal Part of Aging
Incontinence is not a normal part of aging, and you do not have to live with incontinence.Read more