Pelvic organ prolapse
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If you suffer from pelvic organ prolapse due to pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and/or age, these treatment options and exercises will help!
Here is comes. The prolapse talk again. Most women either do not know what this is, or do because they either work in the medical field or have had this issue themselves. The big problem that I have with this subject is that NO ONE TALKS ABOUT IT!
Michele Buck saved to Healthy Living
Prolapse is often considered a very scary diagnosis because it is talking about the center of our femininity and it’s often diagnosed on the heels of bringing life into the world. I think that’s the part that makes this diagnosis so hard. You’re now a sleep-deprived mother working hard to keep a little one alive … What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Does it Require Surgery? Read More »
Dianne Patterson saved to Health
A cystocele (also known as an anterior prolapse) is a hernia of the front vaginal wall resulting in the bladder bulging into the vaginal passage.
Nadia Byrne saved to Pregnancy
This is your guide to POP. What is pelvic organ prolapse? What are the symptoms? Does it heal? And so much more. I hope it informs, normalizes, and helps empower those living with a POP diagnosis.
Hellen Sagala saved to Pelvic organ prolapse
The decision to have prolapse surgery is a big one. Here, we walk you through our entire experience.
Shanna Blanch saved to Health Problems
Your pelvic floor muscles affect EVERYTHING you do. Strengthen them with these exercises for pelvic prolapse or pelvic strength.
Rosemary Sanders saved to Aging Hacks
Pelvic Organ Prolapse, or POP, can be a result of pregnancy or childbirth. Find out how to safely exercise with Prolapse Friendly Strength Training Workouts.
Pelvic Health Info saved to Pelvic Organ Prolapse
I know ALL TOO WELL how frustrating and fear-inducing an increase in pelvic organ prolapse symptoms can be. “Did I make it worse?” “Are my organs going to fall out” “What was I doing wrong?” are questions that have crossed my mind MANY times. What I’ve learned over the years is that an increase in symptoms does NOT necessarily mean a worsening of your prolapse, and it can teach us something about our bodies. So here are my top tips for dealing with an increase in prolapse…
Dirty Strength saved to Pelvic Organ Prolapse