When Pelvic Floor Exercises Don’t Work

When Pelvic Floor Exercises Don’t Work

By now, you are told that you have pelvic floor dysfunction and the recommended exercises simply are not working. Frustrated over what to do next, questioning if this is your ’story’ going forward or if you must succumb to surgery, you have come across this blog. I...
Simple Way to Breath Away Incontinence and Pelvic Pain

Simple Way to Breath Away Incontinence and Pelvic Pain

If you have incontinence, pelvic pain, constipation, painful sexual intercourse, chronic lower back pain, chronic sacroiliac pain, hip pain, and bad posture, this blog is for you. It is important to look at all that is mentioned here as different chapters of the same...
Urge Incontinence: What is Missed?

Urge Incontinence: What is Missed?

Urge incontinence, also known as overactive incontinence, is the sense of urgency to have to urinate because the bladder simply cannot hold the urine. The solution for most people with urge incontinence is frequent visits to the bathroom and this goes throughout day...
What is Kegel Exercise and Does it Work?

What is Kegel Exercise and Does it Work?

If you are reading this blog, chances are you are told to do more Kegel exercises but is the Kegel given more credit than it deserves? Is the Kegel exercise for all pelvic floor dysfunction cases? Is Kegel the best exercise for incontinence? How do you know if you are...
What is Overflow Incontinence?

What is Overflow Incontinence?

Most people think of incontinence as the inability to hold urine or ‘peeing’ a little (or a lot) when laughing, exercising, or coughing. Overflow incontinence is when you think you are done peeing but then there is a little more urine coming out. Yes, it...