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TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR PELVIC HEALTH BEFORE IT TAKES CONTROL OF YOU

Bending down to lift your child you feel a dragging sensation in your vagina. Is it going to prolapse? Laughing with your friendĀ in the cafe, you feel a bit of urine pass unexpectedly, you panic because you forgot to put your liner in this morning in a rush to make it on time to meet your friend. 1,182 more words

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To my midwife: I'm sorry. This will hurt.

To my dear midwife:

I miss you every day. It sounds weird, doesn’t it? To miss a care provider? But I do and it’s uncomfortable and scary for me to write this and set it free. 1,080 more words

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Exercise and how I (almost) healed my prolapse

It’s September….somehow. My baby is just five months old. Mister Uterus is back at work from his four month new baby leave. And we’re all getting used to the new normal. 836 more words

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**Ostomy O-Week** PART 4.5 - More on Stomas

There is just so much to talk about when it comes to stomas! This part of Ostomy O-Week talks about stomas – naming them, size, prolapses and if you can feel your stoma. 546 more words

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What they don't tell you about your pelvic floor

Since publishing a post about pelvic floor dysfunction a month ago I’ve had conversations with a surprising number of women who have suffered with varying degrees of it. 3,582 more words

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Sadness, grief, depression: The dark side of prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is common. Very, very common. The more babies you have and the older you get will increase your chances of experience POP. 658 more words

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