We need to ensure women have access to safe, effective procedures to treat incontinence and prolapse – including those using mesh.
They are rarely talked about but vaginal pessaries can give women freedom and security if they have prolapse or urinary incontinence.
Knowing where your pelvic floor is and how to exercise it properly can help male incontinence – and might even have some happy side effects.
Social media is awash with ads for interactive games and devices to strengthen the pelvic floor. But do they work?
Doing a ‘just in case’ wee too often, making a lifetime habit of it, can kick off a vicious cycle. You can end up training your bladder to ‘think’ it needs to go when it’s only slightly full.
A step-by- step coordinated physiotherapy plan is key for patients with disorders related to the pelvic floor.
If you haven’t had kids you probably haven’t given much thought to your pelvic floor muscles. But 5 out of 5 experts say all women should regularly exercise them.