How Kegel Weights May Help Recovery Post Birth

How Kegel Weights May Help Recovery Post Birth

May 16, 2017

How Kegel Weights May Help You Recover Post Birth

During your pregnancy, the body goes through a lot of changes in order to prepare for your new bundle of joy. These changes are often physical and visible, such as the progress of the baby bump, yet an invisible change is also happening with your pelvic floor.

While some women may be predisposed to pelvic floor dysfunction, most find that pelvic floor issues arise during their pregnancy. Not only are the pelvic floor muscles weakened as the baby grows in the womb, but they can be strained and damaged during delivery as well.

The Pelvic Floor muscles are a crucial part of the female anatomy, yet are sadly neglected until these issues occur. A weakened and damaged pelvic floor can result in movement of the pelvic organs, bladder dysfunction, and vaginal or womb prolapse. The regular use of Kegel balls offers a workout for your pelvic floor, which will provide continual support for your bladder, uterus, and even the small intestine. Kegel weights allow you to rebuild strength and resistance in your pelvic floor muscles, and regain control of your body!

Pelvic floor weights can also aid in the correction of stress incontinence.


Stress Urinary Incontinence can be a direct result of nerve damage that occurs during the labour and birthing period, and can worsen over time if not acknowledged and treated.

Incontinence can be an embarrassing subject for women journeying through their first pregnancy, and the following recovery. It is something that a lot of women go through, and it can cause urine leakage that is of your control!

 

Pelvic floor weights and kegel balls are a great option for women who are dealing with any of the above pelvic floor issues as a result of their pregnancy. These discreet little weights are helping women everywhere deal with incontinence and weak pelvic floors, and they can help you! If you've recently had a baby, or if you are still struggling with incontinence from a previous pregnancy, kegel weights can be a great alternative to physiotherapy treatment, or just putting up with the inconvenience.

MEDIball Secret reviews are all written by women who have tried these pelvic floor training balls and loved them! Whatever the reason for use may be, these ladies have found a solution to their pelvic floor problems.