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Pelvic Floor PT


Pelvic PT & Vag Expert poop,bladder,pregnancy Nothing is off-limits 💦🦪🍑💩🚽

Stitch with @Michelle ✨ Trendy Mama
@Michelle ✨ Trendy Mama

✨ Bladder tips for teachers ✨

Approximately 50% of teachers report inadequate bathroom breaks, and the resulting problems are no joke.

So what can you do to help yourself when you really have to go?

Normal urination should happen every 2-4 hours, but there are some things you can do to quiet the urge to pee until you can get to a toilet during your next break:
➡️ Distract yourself.
➡️ Take long, relaxing, deep breaths.
➡️ Perform 5-6 pelvic floor contractions (Kegels) to quiet your bladder’s urge.

Questions? Follow @thevagwhisperer for more bladder tips.
Did you know September is National PCOS Awareness Month?

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a challenge that’s often misdiagnosed, misunderstood, and not talked about enough. 🚨

So let’s set the record straight on what PCOS is, why it’s so dang painful, and how to ease your symptoms. 😥

People who have PCOS have high levels of androgens, or male sex hormones. In some cases, women who have polycystic ovaries don’t have enough of the hormones responsible for ovulation. And when ovulation doesn’t happen, the underdeveloped and unreleased eggs result in the chronic development of small cysts (fluid-filled sacs) on the ovaries.

In addition to ovarian cysts and chronic pelvic pain, the most common symptoms of PCOS include:

➡️ Irregular periods. Most people with PCOS have periods that are few and far between. 
➡️ Enlarged ovaries. Due to inflammation and cysts, people with PCOS often have larger ovaries.
➡️ Excess hair growth. Folks tend to have hirsutism, or increased facial and body hair.
➡️ Weight gain. This happens especially in the belly area.
➡️ Skin problems. People often have acne, oily skin, skin tags, or dark, thick skin patches.

The good news? Pelvic floor physical therapy and PCOS are BFFs. 🤝 Pelvic floor PT can help address general pain in the abdomen and pelvis, as well as pain that occurs during your periods or sex.

Follow @thevagwhisperer for more PCOS conversations and tips. ❤️

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Replying to @Carson Ladner

Quick tips to avoid constipation after giving birth.

➡️ Ask your provider about starting stool softeners proactively, beginning day one after giving birth. 

Take your time and breathe deeply when going to the bathroom

Follow @thevagwhisperer for more pregnancy and postpartum tips.

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Where my #pelomoms  at?!?🤰🏻

Yes, you can still use your @onepeloton if you have pelvic floor weakness or prolapse, and it can actually be a great way to strengthen your core and pelvic floor. 💪


Follow @thevagwhisperer for more tips on strengthening your pelvic floor.

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