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Oct 23

Fix Miss V Tense with Vibrator Therapy

VibratorSara July, have many problems experienced by women who have already given birth. The mother of two children tells the story of Miss V (vagina) tense hers so difficulty controlling the bladder.

“I often felt like pee. I always feel like I have to pee and then went to the bathroom and does not occur. I was never comfortable because I was nervous if I close to the bathroom or even if there is no bathroom. That’s fucked up, but I don’t talk about it. I don’t know how to talk about it, “said Sara Bangordailynews, was quoted as saying Thursday (22/10/2015).

Bladder problems began after Sarah’s first child was born, about six and a half years ago. I was so busy being a new mother, Sara to do nothing to resolve it problems.

When Sara gave birth to her second child two years ago, the problem is worsening. However, he is still silent.

“Like many women, you type A, which ignore it because you spend so much energy to raising children. Do you like having no time for themselves, “he said.

Actually, the core problem lies in Sara that her pelvic floor muscles. All human beings, both women and men have the pelvic floor muscles. They are necessary for supporting the bladder and the rectum.

If you’re a woman, it also supports Your uterus. They also contribute to sexual function and help control the bladder and intestines.

When the muscles of the pelvic floor are weak, there are some things that can happen:

– Pee in your pants when you’re exercising, running, or jumping, laughing, coughing or sneezing
– The urgency when your bladder (or gut) empty
– Loss of bladder or bowel control you
– Pain in the lower abdomen or pelvis
– Sex is painful
– Prolapse (organ out of position)
– Women may feel as though there is something protruding into the vagina
– Men may feel there is a bulge in the rectum

There Is A Pelvic Floor Muscle Rehabilitation

A year ago, Sara and her family moved to Maine from New York City. He gathered the courage to tell her obstetrician.

“He told me, ‘ Oh, I’ll just refer you to the pelvic floor rehabilitation center in New England.”

Yes, the pelvic floor, Rehabilitation Center does exist. The place has a way to cope with a dysfunctional muscle of the pelvic floor. Patients not only women, but also men and children.

There are a variety of dysfunctional issues that could be dealt with in therapy in the Rehabilitation Center:

Women

-Incontinence of urine or bowel
-Pelvic pain
-Colorectal Disorders
-Pre and post natal Problems

Man

-Chronic pelvic pain
-Coccydynia
-Pain after prostate operation
-Nerve Pain

Kids

-Difficulty controlling bladder or bowel

The holistic physical therapy practice in South Portland was opened 13 years ago by a physical therapist Susan Ramsey. Susan keen with pelvic floor rehabilitation when he did a physical rehabilitation geriatric patients. He saw the women who live in nursing homes often incontinent.

After Susan teaches how to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, some elderly people can return home.

Pelvic floor rehabilitation is subspesialitation in physical therapy who require additional training. When Susan opens a practice, he’s not focused on geriatric patients, but in women with pelvic pain, which is a big problem.

“They are a physical therapist for your vagina!” Sara exclaimed.

Therapeutic Use Vibrators

On his first visit, Sara begins to do some checking. “Physical therapists put her finger in my vagina to measure the strength of the muscles,” he said. “When he is let go he said to me, ‘ you are experiencing vaginal tense.”

Sara confessed to, a visit to the pelvic floor rehabilitation center that sometimes make clumsy and uncomfortable physically. But, Sara learns to know her body and how to control bladder problems.

In fact, the core of her treatment is learning how to do Kegel exercises correctly and do different types of crunches, Pilates and yoga, using a vibrator, as well as other special exercises to release and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.

One technique which is quite astounding is using a vibrator. The purpose of the use of sex toys that are certainly not for sex, but treating pelvic floor dysfunction with relaxes muscles tense.

“Muscle muscle muscle,” says Susan Ramsey. “We try to keep the rest of the muscles are in shape, but never thought about pelvic floor muscle us.”

According to Susan, there really needs to be done is the knowledge of women since its inception. Women don’t need much to learn how to find, feel, and move their pelvic floor.

“Most importantly teach them how to move properly. During pregnancy and birth, pelvic muscles undergo stretching to open up. Perform basic evaluation of pelvic floor muscle strength can help prevent problems, “he explained.