The pelvic floor muscles lose their elasticity over time and become weak. This leads to the fact that the muscles do not cope with their main function and cease to properly support the bladder, uterus, rectum, and small intestine. The most unpleasant phenomena arise from incontinence of urine, gases, deterioration of sexual life, and prolapse of the genital organs. In this regard, there is a need for pelvic floor therapy.
Why Do Pelvic Floor Problems Occur?
Initially, the muscles of the perineum contract at our will, as, for example, the muscles of the limbs. But, like other muscles, they can lose control as a result of injury or as a result of prolonged immobilization. If the muscles of the pelvic floor are injured during surgical operations or childbirth, then the mechanism of their contraction is disrupted, the reaction to the electrical signals transmitted by nerve fibers. As a result, due to the weakening of the muscles, there are sexual problems, and gas and urine incontinence.