Prolapse Exercises – Safe Workout for Prolapse

How much do you know about prolapse and prolapse exercises?
If you are like me, not very much.
I was diagnosed with a bladder prolapse after having my first baby in 2013.
I had a 43 hour labor and 36 of those hours were unmedicated. I then pushed for four hours (oof) and my OBGYN finally used a vacuum to help our beautiful daughter enter the world.
I had no idea what a prolapsed bladder was until I saw something extremely unusual when checking my stitches a few weeks after giving birth.
Six years later and I have now been diagnosed with a prolapsed bladder, uterus and cervix. I was able to experience a second healthy pregnancy and delivery and I’ve continued to live a healthy and extremely active lifestyle.
That being said, there are many lifestyle changes I’ve made to accommodate for my bladder prolapse symptoms and pain.
Being a physical therapist and Pilates teacher, I’ve done my own research to find the best exercise protocols for prolapse. I’ve seen women’s…

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