It is imperative that we put aside pointless embarrassment and find out how to feel better. Even the slightest discomfort must not be neglected, rather it must be tackled immediately to solve the problem...
Pessary and the treatment of third-degree uterine prolapse: a 69-year-old woman recounts her motor recovery and mechanical urinary incontinence after spending two years bedridden and in a wheelchair with little chance of recovery.
Why constipation can contribute to the weakening of the pelvic muscles.
The pelvic floor is an area of muscle that supports the internal organs and pelvis: keeping it fit is essential for the body’s well-being and for the prevention of disorders like prolapse and urinary incontinence.