Pelvic Floor Muscles

The Pelvic Floor Muscles can become weakened during pregnancy and childbirth, but they can also be affected by constipation, chronic cough and repetitive heavy lifting. Menopause can also influence how these muscles work.

The term ‘pelvic floor’ refers to the group of muscles that sit at the base of your pelvis. Their job is to provide support to the pelvic organs; bladder, vagina, uterus and rectum, as well as maintain continence.

The term Prolapse refers to any movement of the pelvic organs from their original position. Prolapse is also commonly seen in women following childbirth but can happen at any stage during a woman’s life. Common symptoms include feelings of bulging or heaviness in the vagina or anus, difficulty emptying the bladder and/or bowel and difficulty keeping a tampon in. It can also cause you pain during sexual intercourse.

Not everyone likes talking about these kinds of issues and they won't go and see there Doctor, due to being shy, embarrassed or simply don't feel comfortable.

That's why you need Kegal's. Also, known as Love Eggs. To strengthen all those muscles and put them back where they belong.

Kegal's, come in a range of shapes, sizes and textures to suit everyone. Whether you would like to self grip your Kegal, to achieve your goals or use a motorised Kegal, that does the work for you. Yes, that's right, if you need that extra help, I've got it for you!!

So, please don't keep living every day with these issues.

Don't ever miss another day going out with your friends, playing with the kids or playing that sport you miss so much.

Especially, when you can do this in the comfort of your own home!!

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