Although today the Pelvic Floor for many women, is still a great unknown, this muscle plays a very important role in the quality of women's lives, because a weakened Pelvic Floor can cause Urinary Incontinence, back pain, prolapse and sexual dysfunction affecting the physical, psychological, social and even emotional well-being of the person.
What is the Pelvic Floor?
It is a group of muscles and ligaments found in the lower part of the pelvis.
Supports the digestive, urinary and reproductive systems
Controls urinary and anal continence (retains or evacuates urine and fecal ball, as deemed appropriate)
Symptoms of a Weak Pelvic Floor:
The care of the pelvic floor throughout the different stages of a woman's life must be taken care of; however, during pregnancy and delivery, the care of this area must be more delicate. During gestation, there is a progressive growth of the baby inside the abdomen.
Later, at the delivery time, the pelvic floor suffers great distension with the birth of the baby. Therefore, if you are thinking of getting pregnant soon or are already pregnant, we recommend starting a proper routine to strengthen this area.
The advantages of strengthening the pelvic floor during pregnancy are many, some of them:
You can perform these exercises anytime, anywhere. After 4 to 6 weeks, most people see an improvement, but it can take up to 3 months to see a significant change.
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