You CAN improve your sex life!
You can?t always be a sexual dynamo. Life events like having a baby, going into menopause, and other pelvic floor dysfunctions can affect your self-confidence and interest and/or ability to enjoy sex. At Core Pelvic PT we can help you overcome these issues.
The change in hormones and aging can lead to many menopausal symptoms including a low interest in sex, vaginal dryness, urinary urgency or leakage, pain with intercourse, and a general lack of body confidence. Here?s an article you might find interesting on this topic:
Working with your pelvic floor PT and using a tool like the vFit Plus can help to get your juices flowing again, and restart the excitement of sex with your partner again.
After having a baby, or several children, many women experience changes in their sex life. This major change in life can affect your pelvic floor strength, body shape, energy levels, and mood. On top of that parenting decreases the amount of ?free time? you have to be intimate with your partner. Here?s an article about all the challenges a mother faces after childbirth.
Working with your pelvic floor PT and using a tool like the vFit Plus can help heal your vagina, and your sex life.
Specific exercises and physical therapy to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles also improve urinary control and quality of life. It’s helpful to work with a professional physical therapist experienced in helping women retrain their pelvic floor muscles. The training may include Kegel exercises, biofeedback, muscle strengthening, and other techniques. You may also want to explore Bluetooth and smartphone “pelvic floor trainer” apps. However, there haven’t yet been any scientific studies of these apps, so it’s still not known how helpful they will be. (1)
What is available?
vFit PLUS is a new scientifically proven tool for women to improve their sexual confidence: Click here to learn more.
Why you?ll love vFit PLUS:
? Be spontaneous
? Enjoy improved sexual function
? Feel confident
? Connect with your partner
? Enjoy an improved quality of life
How the Pelvic Floor Works
A group of muscles — the pelvic floor — keeps the bladder and urethra in position. (2)
- Urinary Incontinence: Yes, It Can Be Treated
Judge, Diane E . NEJM Journal Watch. Women’s Health ; Waltham (Jan 22, 2019). ProQuest document link
- File:1116_Muscle_of_the_Female_Perineum, Wikipedia Commons
- Let’s Talk About Sex and Pelvic Floor Disorders, Ana Progovac , AJMC Managed Markets Network, Published on: August 16, 2015
- Poor Self-image and Changes in Your Partner, Menopause.org
- Sexual Intimacy After Childbirth: When It Isn?t Like Before, Good therapy.com
Symptoms of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Symptoms that could indicate pelvic floor dysfunction include bladder leakage when coughing, sneezing, or jumping; painful intercourse; a heavy or fall-out sensation when standing; and excessive cramping or heavy bleeding during menstruation. More symptoms include: bladder urgency/ frequency, persistent tailbone pain
Men may encounter pelvic floor problems from prostate gland surgery, being overweight, from heavy lifting, or from a cough that goes on for a long time (such as smoker's cough, bronchitis or asthma). Symptoms include: constipation, urine leakage, testicle/ groin pain, erectile dysfunction, bladder urgency/ frequency, tailbone pain that won't go away.
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Core Pelvic Physical Therapy
Clinic is located at:
1510 N. Argonne Rd., Suite F
Spokane Valley, WA 99212
Tel: (509) 279-2867
Fax: (509) 279-2419