Symptoms that may indicate pelvic floor dysfunction include:
- Frequent restroom use
- Incontinence (leaking urine or stool)
- Pain while urinating
- Lower back pain
- Ongoing pelvic pain
- Problems inserting tampons
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms and are concerned about your pelvic floor, contact Capital Women’s Care to schedule an appointment today.
People who struggle with incontinence can strengthen their pelvic floor muscles with pelvic floor exercises, also known as kegel exercises. These exercises will help your muscles better support your organs and will help you control your bladder and bowels.
Is Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Curable?
While pelvic floor dysfunction won’t go away on its own, and may get worse over time, it can be treated. In most cases, with the proper treatment, symptoms will improve. Speak to your women’s healthcare provider about possible treatment plans and exercises.
Our women’s healthcare providers are passionate about delivering exceptional patient satisfaction with premium levels of care. Contact Capital Women’s Care today to schedule your appointment.