In the early stages, a woman may not be aware that she has prolapse. Often, the first sign, especially in young women, is a deterioration in the quality of sexual life (problems with the onset of orgasm, the inability to contract the muscles of the pelvic floor, which reduces sexual sensation, and allows air to enter the vagina and reduces sexual partner satisfaction), in women who use tampons during menstruation, and the stretched walls of the vagina.
Does Exercise Help With Prolapse?
In young women who have divergence and weakening of the muscles of the perineum after childbirth, when the walls of the vagina lose their tone, but there is no pronounced prolapse yet, special exercises for the muscles of the pelvic floor are very effective, which allows you to enhance and accelerate the onset of the effect of exercises. Pelvic floor rehabilitation often allows you to eliminate the first signs of prolapse while strengthening muscle support. After a series of such treatments, women regain their confidence and begin to enjoy sexual life. If at the same time there were signs of urinary incontinence, they most likely would have left against the background of such treatment.