Post-Baby Pelvic Floor Issues Are Common But Not Normal
In pregnancy, your body goes through very predictable changes. Your core gets weak to accommodate the growing baby. Other muscles change to pick up the slack of the weakened core.
When it comes to the pelvic floor, things can go two ways…
- For some, her pelvic floor becomes underactive.
- For others, her pelvic floor becomes overactive trying to stabilize the pelvis.
Both over AND under active pelvic floor muscles cause issues like leaking, pelvic pain, or instability in the pelvis.
Those patterns don’t just go away after you give birth; but they can be corrected.
By rebalancing your muscles you can rebuild a healthy pelvic floor.
Learn More About Creating A Healthy Post-Baby Pelvic Floor
General Pelvic Floor Information
Pelvic Floor Weakness: Under or Over Active Muscles?
3 Ways To Strengthen An Underactive Pelvic Floor
4 Ways To Release An Overactive Pelvic Floor
Two Tips to Stop Pelvic Floor Leaks
The Importance Of Pelvic Floor Balance (And How To Get It)
Pelvic Floor Massage Tool Information
Best Pelvic Floor Massager (And How To Use It)
Pelvic Floor Trainer (Kegel Exercisers) Information
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