Pelvic floor disease
The muscles, ligaments and connective tissue that hold a women’s internal organs in place are called the pelvic floor. The bladder, bowel, uterus, vagina and rectum are held in place by the pelvic floor.
Your brain controls your pelvic floor muscles to help these organs function correctly.
What is pelvic floor disease?
Several medical conditions, an injury or childbirth can cause a weakness or tears in the pelvic floor muscles. The three main types of pelvic floor disease are:
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A strong pelvic floor can be the key to preventing, improving or curing urinary stress incontinence – as well as a range of other women’s health issues. Rachel Bromley demonstrates simple exercises you can do to help take back control of your bladder.