The pelvic floor muscles

Moderate to severe cases of uterine prolapse may cause symptoms that include: – A feeling of heaviness or pressure in the pelvis. – Painful intercourse. – Abdominal or lower back pain. – Feeling something protruding, or the sensation that something…

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a Healthy Pregnancy

To find the correct muscles to target, pretend that you are trying to stop urinating. Squeeze those muscles for a few seconds and then relax. Repeat this every few seconds. It’s as simple as that. Nobody even has to know…

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Kegal Exercises During Pregnancy

You probably became familiar with Kegel exercises during your pregnancy. Kegel exercises are equally important after pregnancy to help restore the tone and strength of your vaginal wall. Kegel exercises help strengthen your pelvic muscles, which weaken during childbirth. Why…

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