Below is a questioner from the Australian Continence Foundation that helps identify if you are at risk of developing pelvic floor issues.
If you have answered yes to any of these questions it gives you a good indication that you may be at risk of having pelvic floor problems now or later. The pelvic floor encompasses the bladder, uterus and rectum, allowing it to constrict and control bladder flow. Thus, as pelvic muscles inevitably weaken, problems can arise. Many women manage incontinence concerns, ‘[the] involuntary loss or leakage of urine from the bladder,’ daily.
Researching women’s health and the muscles of the pelvic floor, numerous studies have found that weakened pelvic muscles can be retrained and strengthened through the use of weighted balls and pelvic floor exercises. Kegel weights like MEDIballs Secret are a great form of exercise for women who struggle with bladder control and forms of urinary incontinence. Adding Kegel exercises to your daily routine can really increase your chances of noticing differences in your pelvic floor strength and bladder activity.
Targeted training through the use of MEDIballs Secret pelvic floor strengthener can restore strength to the pelvic floor muscles, correcting or preventing the dysfunction of the bladder and other pelvic organs. MEDIballs Secret crates a trampoline effect, an internally concealed innovation in which the ball moves randomly with your body. Random movement provides permanent stimulation impulse. A strong pelvic floor reduces the risk of prolapses, incontinence issues and can increase both partners’ pleasure and the ability to climax during sexual intercourse.