Pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence are often situations where patients silently live with daily discomfort, trying to “endure” the condition. In such cases, you should not be embarrassed but promptly turn to specialists for help. Pelvic organ prolapse, otherwise known as prolapse or pelvic floor dysfunction, is a situation in which the bladder, rectum, or uterus “bulges” outward through the vagina due to reduced support for the muscles, fascia, and ligaments of the pelvic floor.
Before moving on to physical therapy for pelvic pain, you need to determine the cause of the problem. There are many reasons for such violations, but the main one is increased intra-abdominal pressure. Such pressure can occur during childbirth if the patient is overweight, has a chronic cough (bronchial asthma, smoking), or is engaged in weightlifting.