If You Are Concerned About Your Pelvic Floor Health You Should:
- Look out for early signs of pelvic floor inefficiency such as bladder leaks and pain during intercourse
- Seek out a doctor or specialist to help you if you feel as though something is not quite right
- Find natural solutions that work for your specific pelvic floor issues
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At least 1 in 2 women have some level of struggle with their pelvic floor throughout their lifetime. Despite these staggering numbers, pelvic floor dysfunction and urinary incontinence are topics you do not hear about often. MaryEllen Reider is on a mission to remove the taboo from this topic and open up the conversation about regaining pelvic floor health naturally.
Dismissing Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Myths
MaryEllen wants you to know that just because something is common, it doesn’t make it normal. Cofounder of YarLap, a wellness device used to treat urinary incontinence and improve sexual performance and experience through muscle control, MaryEllen is here to set the record straight about pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction.
The Importance of Talking About Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
The traditional medical system has normalized pelvic pain or dysfunction, and it is time to open up the conversation around early warning signs, symptoms, and how your pelvic floor muscles work so that you can gain the tools you need to support your body. Your pelvic floor muscles affect everything from your orgasms to bladder leakage and back pain, so it is important to understand this complex and internal group of muscles. When your pelvic floor muscles are strong, the rest of your body can function optimally.
Your Body Knows Best
MaryEllen stresses the importance of seeking out a doctor when you feel that something isn’t quite right. If you know what to look out for, you can enter your 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond with a strong, stable, and efficient pelvic floor. Everything from the difficulty of Kegels to pregnancy and peeing yourself is on the table today as MaryEllen breaks the stigma and opens up the pelvic floor conversation.
Are you ready to stop hiding behind the taboo of pelvic floor dysfunction and bladder leakage and take back the health of your pelvic floor? Help open up the conversation for natural healing by sharing your struggles with pelvic floor dysfunction with us in the comments below!
“It’s crazy how everything kind of works together, and if something is a little off, everything is just thrown off.” (11:58)
“We truly believe that everybody should be all on the same page, there should be no shame in this. Just because something is common, does not mean it is normal. So you have to be able to open up that conversation.” (18:00)
“Its all connected and what you can do for your pelvic floor health, you should definitely do. And it’s kind of sad that that’s not something that is automatic here in the US.” (25:32)
“If anything just feels a little off, listen to your body, your body knows best.” (32:40)
“It’s always good when something goes into your vagina that you want to make sure that it’s good. Regardless if its an egg, or a weight, or any device, you want to make sure that there is enough quality control first of all, that its made properly, and that it’s doing what it’s supposed to be doing.” (39:21)
- Learn how a weak pelvic floor could be causing your unexplained back and knee pain (9:48)
- How to resolve your urinary incontinence and bladder leakage naturally (14:13)
- Why Kegels are not a one-size-fits-all solution to pelvic floor pain and strength (16:02)
- The importance of pelvic floor health as a vital component to postpartum care and recovery (22:06)
- How pelvic floor dysfunction can affect the power and consistency of your orgasms (27:14)
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