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7 GOLDEN RULES TO PREVENT YOUR PROLAPSE FROM GETTING WORSE

stephany By On 17/08/2020 at 18:32

In Female Infertility

CAN YOU PREVENT UTERINE PROLAPSE FROM GETTING WORSE?

 

 

Have you been diagnosed with a prolapse?  Do you want to know what you can do to prevent it from progressing and your symptoms from getting worse? OR are you seeking to put your womb back in position? Having your womb out of position is not the end of the world, thanks to nature there are herbs that have been studied and scientifically proven to help women with uterine prolapse put their womb back in position.

The future of prolapse does not always have to be the operating room. In fact, in many cases, their prognosis is favorable by carrying out an adequate physiotherapy treatment and putting into practice the correct guidelines for daily life.

If you have doubts about how to face the day to day, in today's article I will tell you the keys to take care of your pelvic floor and prevent your prolapse from getting worse.

 

 

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Treatment depends on the stage and severity of the prolapse. However, the herbal formulation and medicine we offer contain herbs like equisetum, elecampane, and other secret herbs. Together these herbs work to strengthen muscles and ligaments which support the structures and organs of the pelvis. Trust us! Following the treatment strictly for three months will guarantee a positive change. Furthermore, we have an extra package for you, our experts have healthy tips for you which have proven very effective over the years. Take advantage of this natural treatment for your uterine prolapse.

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The severity of the prolapse will also affect the treatment that your doctor proposes to carry out: in the mildest cases, physical therapy and the introduction of certain changes in your lifestyle may be sufficient. When the descent is more severe, surgical intervention may be necessary.

Whatever your case, you will need to know your pelvic floor and adopt a series of healthy habits to prevent your prolapse from getting worse. Let's see what they are!

1. Train your pelvic floor

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The two lines to follow to avoid the worsening of prolapse are, on the one hand, to improve the support capacity of the tissues of your pelvic floor and, on the other, to avoid all those practices that suppose an excess of pressure on them. As for the first factor, improving the support function that our pelvic floor performs on a daily basis, nothing like getting your perineal muscles in shape by training them.

Kegel exercises, hypopressive abdominal gymnastics, postural reeducation, core training ... are some of the protagonists of the action plan that the pelvic floor physiotherapy may suggest the specialized professional you go to.

2. Stay in shape with exercises that respect your pelvic floor

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Being in shape is much more than having a flat stomach and staying within reasonable margins on the scale. Being in shape implies a global training of all your muscle groups in order to achieve the right tone, strength, and flexibility.

But if you suffer a prolapse, and you do not want it to get worse, you should know that not all physical activities are advisable to get in shape.

The ideal is that you choose an activity that you like and that does not suppose you an ordeal every time it is time to train. Of course, it should be a low-impact and non-hypertensive sports practice, as one of the physical activities that I propose in this article to lose weight without endangering your pelvic floor.

A fit body will allow you to be more active and you will avoid excessive stress on your pelvic floor. So, come on, choose an activity that is respectful of your perineum, and… starts improving your physical condition today!

3.  Avoid constipation and straining when going to the bathroom

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Constipation is one of the great enemies for your pelvic floor, especially if it already suffers from a dysfunction such as a prolapse.

As I told you in this article, we talk about constipation when the frequency of bowel movements is less than three times a week, but also when defecation is accompanied by significant discomfort, the stool is very hard, you need to make great efforts to expel them, or you have the feeling of not having completely evacuated.

If every time you go to the bathroom you have to push to expel the stool, you are subjecting your pelvic floor to hyper pressure that, maintained over time, will end up weakening the muscles and, in the present case, prolapse, you can favor its aggravation.

So take note: watch your diet, stay active, hydrate properly and modify the posture you adopt at the time of defecation, as we explain in this article, in which we review in depth a device called Squatty Potty that can help you promote evacuation.

4. Watch overweight

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Your pelvic floor must support the weight of the interior of your abdominal-pelvic cavity as well as the excess weight that you accumulate in your abdomen.

When you suffer a prolapse, your pelvic statics are altered and the fact of overloading your pelvic floor with excess weight (overload that it has to counteract 24 hours a day, constantly and in any of your activities) is not advisable. 

If you are overweight or obese, talk to your doctor, and seriously aim to lose weight in a healthy and controlled way. If you are not overweight but have been diagnosed with a prolapse, watch your diet, and stay active to avoid weight gain.

Get to work as soon as possible in order to reach and maintain your proper weight, to stop unnecessarily overloading this essential part of your body, your pelvic floor, and thus prevent your prolapse from getting worse. To prevent your prolapse from getting worse, you have to eliminate impact sports and hypertensive exercises, but there are other options to keep in shape with aerobic activities such as swimming, elliptical, dance that does not involve jumping, etc.

5. Sneezing, chronic cough ... Reduce its frequency and learn to manage the moment

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Every time you cough, sneeze, or blow your nose, there is an increase in abdominal pressure that is transmitted directly to the structures of your pelvic floor.

When any of the pelvic organs are lowered, this hyper pressure caused by coughing or sneezing is harmful, as it favors its worsening.

If you suffer from allergies and sneeze or blow your nose frequently, you are a smoker or have a respiratory disease such as asthma or chronic bronchitis and this results in repeated coughs or sudden attacks of cough, you should consult your doctor to properly manage these conditions and avoid episodes harmful to your perineum.

But you can't always avoid it, so when you feel the time to cough, sneeze, or blow your nose approaching, remember the second golden rule in this post to counteract hyper pressure ... one, two, three: contract with effort!

6. Be aware of the stages that increase the risk of worsening your prolapse

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There are certain moments in the life of women in which the pelvic floor muscles, for various reasons (hormonal, obstetric, trauma, surgical ...), are less effective when exercising their important supporting function.

During menopause, the postpartum (immediate and delayed, and the subsequent period during which still carrying her up to your baby or porteándolo), time of postoperative after pelvic surgery or abdominal, when you suffer low back pain and/or pelvic, or when you are sick and, as I said in the previous point, it is inevitable to cough or sneeze frequently, you will have to protect yourself especially to prevent your prolapse from getting worse, both avoiding overloading your perineum and improving the support of your muscles.

7. Avoid lifting weights ... but, if there is no other option, learn how to do it

Women who suffer from prolapse should avoid lifting and carrying heavy loads, since both the high weight and the way you carry and carry it place an increase in pressure on your pelvic floor.

If you have no choice and you have to lift weights and/or transport them in a timely manner, it is necessary that you learn the correct way to do it so as not to put your pelvic floor at risk or aggravate your prolapse.

Try to listen to your body (do not forget that you are the one who best feels which activities aggravate and which alleviate the symptoms of your prolapse) and try to stop between one activity and another to regain strength and minimize muscle fatigue. And, if you have a chance, rest your legs on a raised surface ... your prolapse will thank you for disconnecting from verticality for a while 

This is everything I wanted to tell you about taking care of your pelvic floor to prevent your prolapse from getting worse. If you want to improve your quality of life, follow these tips and go to a professional specialized in the pelvic floor to help you in the process.

 

 

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