How to Cope with your Pelvic Prolapse Diagnosis

Have you received a pelvic prolapse diagnosis?  Can you talk about your prolapse concerns and fears? Even in western society pelvic prolapse diagnosis is still at times veiled in secrecy. Women are often left to cope alone with their prolapse fears unable to discuss their concerns even with close friends or family. Do any of these […]

Prolapse Diet Tips for Body Weight, Constipation & Bloating

Is there a prolapse diet?  Can your diet effect your prolapse? Strictly speaking there’s no ‘prolapse diet’. Your diet can definitely effect your prolapse: Diet contributes to abdominal fat – the more abdominal body fat you carry the greater the load on your pelvic floor. Diet influences  bowel movements – constipation and diarrhoea can cause straining […]

Safe Lifting Weight Limit with Prolapse or after Hysterectomy

How much can I lift with prolapse problems or after hysterectomy? What’s the magic number? Unfortunately most women receive very little information about safe lifting to help them manage their pelvic floor problems.  Here’s your Physiotherapist guide to learn about: 1. What determines your individual safe lifting weight limit 2. How to reduce your risk of […]

How to Reverse Pelvic Prolapse and Avoid Prolapse Surgery

Are you trying to avoid pelvic prolapse surgery? Are seeking to reduce your prolapse symptoms? Would you like to reverse your prolapse repair? Read on now for Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist answers to these questions: Can pelvic prolapse be reversed without surgery? How? Can non-surgical treatment relieve prolapse symptoms? How? Will my prolapse worsen over time? […]

Prolapse and Sex – Facts & Tips Women Want to Know

Prolapse and sex is an often taboo subject veiled in mystery, unnecessary fear and emotion for women. Feelings of embarrassment and even shame can make women feel needlessly unattractive and even somehow damaged. This can be especially challenging for a woman’s self confidence with intimacy, especially when entering a new relationship.