(Re)muscle your perineum
TAKE BACK CONTROL OVER YOUR PERINEUM
The perineum, also called the pelvic floor, is a set of muscles that supports the organs of the small pelvis (bladder, uterus, rectum), prevents the risk of urinary leakage and contributes to sensations during sexual intercourse. It tires with age or can be damaged by childbirth for example or certain exercises, hence the importance of taking care of it.
You can be guided with a connected perineal probe or practice exercises yourself such as Kegel exercises with or without perineal beads. It is sometimes necessary to begin rehabilitation with a specialist (especially after childbirth).
Concern - Remuscle your perineum
FOR MORE WELL-BEING
Do not hesitate to consult a gynecologist, midwife, or physiotherapist specialized in the perineum to establish an assessment and to be accompanied in your rehabilitation. If in doubt about the health of your perineum, it is important to consult.
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