Your pelvic floor muscle job is to support your guts, control peeing/pooing and provide sexual function

Today we are chatting with Elaine Miller of because we want to learn more about how to best strengthen our pelvic floor muscles.Elaine is a Chartered Physiotherapist, mother of three, stand up comic, and a woman of a certain age – who has taken what we should be doing, and adding what we like to do… and, it works a treat! So, tell us more, Elaine!What are pelvic floor exercises?

Your pelvic floor muscle job is to support your guts, control peeing/pooing and provide sexual function.Not necessarily in that order Stress incontinence is associated with loss of self esteem, depression and poor orgasm quality.Not necessarily in that order 1:3 women aged 35-55, and half of women over 55 have continence issues, these are conservative estimates.So, you are not alone.This is a common problem, and can be easily treated. Coughing, .

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