The Pelvic Floor Editions.
Now If you have followed me for a while you'd know already of my Pelvic Floor Issues, if not keep reading because I have some pretty amazing things to share.
Firstly, you may or may not know that I experience pretty severe incontinence, and have done so for a decade now. Post birth of Neo I was given intensive Physio for support with my varied labour and post birth changes to my body. I was told not to exercise for 12 months and that lifting would always be an issue. I did do 6 months of physio along with daily keegal exercises, learnt from my mother dearest. With no improvement, I was told this is pretty much life as I will know it.
I limited running and high intensity exercise because well I couldn't do it without embarassment. I am speaking up about this, as I know many women suffer this too and probably feel the same as me. I friggen love sport, I love it so much, and it hurts me that I can enjoy it to the fullest.
During the past 10 years I have seen many specialists, all with whom I have learnt so much. Things like anatomy, releasing my fused sacral joint, others giving me many amazing exercises which I still do today.
A year ago I got working with the amazing Eldene who assisted me greatly in my journey, we got my Deep abdominals activating like the hadn't in a long time, along with some much needed hip mobility and rehab on my lower back, we even woke up my pelvic region like crazy (thank you so much Mr Eldene). All of this is related. Yet still I wasn't happy with my incontinence issues, doing further research into the link between epidurals during birth and the onset of incontinence with women after, right down to understanding the anatomy of the pelvic floor, bladder and entire endocrine system and the nervous systems which come into play. I was overwhelmed and stuck. One of my ultimate goals is to one day be able to sprint 100m and do gymnastics tricks without leakage. Journey continues in the comments section... read on xx
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