Low Pressure Fitness is the best method to prevent this, as it focuses on strengthening it through hypopressive exercises. If it's severe, however, surgery may be required.
The pelvic floor holds the bladder, the uterus and the rectum. The vagina doesn’t have a sphincter, so if your pelvic floor is weak and can’t hold these organs, they can slide out of the vagina. The most common prolapses are: Bladder prolapsus or cystocele: When the bladder herniates into the vagina. Uterus prolapsus: When [...]
If in the past 5 months you have had a slight urine leak while running, coughing or laughing, you may indeed have urinary incontinence. It can be very frequent or sporadic, but it indicates a weak pelvic floor.
If when you cough your belly inflates outwards or you can feel the pelvic floor moving downwards, your pelvic floor may be weak and can’t hold in its place as it should.
The pelvic floor is the muscle that holds the bladder, the uterus and the rectum. It can weaken due to: giving birth constipation and the effort to evacuate performing high impact sports like running, biking or CrossFit doing ab crunches