Simple day-to-day movements can be scary, if not impossible to perform.
Nearly every movement you do during the day is affected by fear or hesitation that your bladder is going to drop.
A prolapsed bladder is one of the most personal matters any woman can go through & it will NOT disappear on its own.
If that’s you and it’s limiting your function, you need answers:
Why is this happening to me?
How can I get my daily function back?
Is this going to be permanent?
Unfortunately, most prolapsed bladders are only treated with surgery.
“Many medical providers don’t know how to address the weakness of the pelvic floor muscles that hold the bladder in place ”
When your bladder drops, there are many reasons for it.
Some are related to issues after pregnancy and others are related to years of the weakness of the pelvic floor muscles.
For many patients, by not addressing the weakness of the pelvic floor muscles, this can be a costly mistake, leading to years of trouble and suffering or even a failed surgery to correct the issue.
Because the pelvic floor muscles are what help support your bladder and if weakness is not addressed, your bladder is likely to fall out.
At times, you can feel like you’re the only one who understands what you’re going through.
Well, it doesn’t have to be that way…