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Pelvic Floor conditions

Both males and females can experience pelvic floor dysfunction. It is more common in females largely due to childbirth but this is certainly not the sole cause for dysfunction. Damage to the connective tissue during pregnancy and childbirth can lead to prolapse of the uterus. Usually your obstetrician/GP will examine for this post childbirth and at papsmear reviews. If you feel discomfort or can actually see a protusion, you should see your GP first as some cases require surgery. Physiotherapy may be of benefit if your muscles are weak or not used properly and certainly it is worth learning these exercises presurgery if at all possible as it makes post surgical care much easier for you.



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