Do you avoid dancing, running or jumping?

Do you have “little accidents” which you cough or laugh?

Are you missing out on some of the “oooh” moments with your love because of pain or reduced sensation?

The Pelvic floor is a group of muscles; which are part of the larger group of muscles most commonly know as the “core”. The Pelvic floor muscles are at the base of the pelvis. They stretch like a hammock from the pubic bone (at the front) to the coccyx or tail-bone (at the back) and from side to side.

The Pelvic floor muscles are essential for optimal health and comfort. If the pelvic floor isn’t working effectively it can lead to problems with urination and defecation, back and hip pain, increased bladder infections and discomfort and reduced sensation during intercourse.

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It is important to be aware that pelvic floor issues can become chronic and may need further investigation. The information here is aimed at those ladies who are experiencing mild symptoms. If you are experiencing symptoms that are excessive, chronic or you have noticed physical changes like bulging or heaviness in your vagina it is important to get these check out.