Pregnancy and childbirth can have long-lasting repercussions on the body, making women more prone to pelvic floor disorders which impact a woman’s pelvic floor. These conditions include organ prolapse or sagging, difficulty with urination and bowel movements, and deterioration of the pelvic muscles and connective tissues. Pelvic floor disorders can lead to pain and dysfunction in one’s uterus, cervix, vagina, bladder, or rectum because of vaginal childbirth. The most common types of pelvic floor disorders are Pelvic organ prolapsed, Urinary incontinence, Fistula, and Pelvic floor damage. Treatment options for pelvic floor disorders include Pelvic floor muscle exercises, Pelvic floor physical therapy, Medication, and Surgery.
Today: December 10, 2023