Pelvic floor muscles

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  1. coopercl

    coopercl Member

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    sorry about the subject
    but sometinhg i have just relised is haveing four kids ive always had to watch myself not to run try not to cough if you know what i mean!! the doctor always would say lose weight but they tell you that for everything eh! id convinced myself i needed an op.
    but when i lost a little weight it got really better but only now ive regained it all do i realise that loseing weight does help this just spurs me on to do LT again. has any1 else noticed this or is it just me??
     
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  3. lillie

    lillie weighs a lot less

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    i dont think weight helps but ive had two kids and to be honest sneezing scares the life out of me ! there is a pelvic floor strengthener you can buy i cant remember its name so you will have to google it but a friend of mine bought one and says it was fantastic x
     
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    yuk subject. my GP refused to refer me saying they would just tell me to lose weight. so here goes. glad its worked for you
     
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    Naya19 ..doing it!

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    Heloooo :wavey:

    I remember an "exercise" product called the Kegel Master. It is used to tighten up your pelvic floor muscle.

    Also, there is a fab thing called "Smart Balls" which is alot cheaper. Essentially its 2 small discreet weighted balls joined together and covered in either latex or plastic. You can insert these to use for pelvic floor exercises.

    It should be possible to exercise your pelvic floor without these aids if u wish, by tensing that muscle for a few mins each day.

    I am sure that your GP can advise :)

    I hope that this has helped somewhat!

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    Lei xxx
     
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