Ms. Zhang has given birth to a child for 8 months, and she will leak urine if she laughs or coughs a little. Later, I learned from friends and acquaintances that postpartum pelvic floor rehabilitation is very important! Seek treatment at the rehabilitation department.
Have you heard of pelvic floor rehabilitation?
Introduction to pelvic floor rehabilitation
1. Pelvic floor muscle exercises 42 days postpartum can reduce the occurrence of pelvic organ prolapse and improve the quality of maternal sexual life.
2. Pelvic floor prevention can relieve stress urinary incontinence by more than 50% and reduce body weight by about 10%.
Pelvic floor examination and treatment prime time
42 days to 1 year postpartum is the best time to repair the pelvic floor muscles, and half a year after delivery is the prime time for repair.
Even if there is no problem in the postpartum physical examination, pay attention to strengthening the pelvic floor exercises, because pregnancy will definitely damage the pelvic floor muscles.
In addition, prevention and treatment of pelvic floor muscle injuries are equally important. Pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation exercises can help the parturient regain her figure and improve a series of postpartum symptoms. Improve quality of life and re-pregnancy rate.
Self-examination of pelvic floor damage
1. Urinary leakage occurs when abdominal pressure increases such as sneezing and coughing.
2. Feeling of poor quality of sexual life and vaginal relaxation after delivery.
3. The lower back has a feeling of falling.
4. There is a meaty thing falling out of the vagina, that is, pelvic organ prolapse
Purpose of pelvic floor rehabilitation
1. Increase the strength, endurance and support of the pelvic floor muscles
2. Relieve abnormal high tension and restore muscle elasticity
3. Enhance nerve reflex
Pelvic floor rehabilitation training method
Kegel exercises, also known as pelvic exercises, are internationally used, mainly by repeatedly scaling part of the pelvic muscles. The purpose is to increase muscle tension by stretching the pubococcygeus muscle of the pelvic floor. Obstetrical experts suggest that "Kegel exercises" help relieve the heavy postpartum body, and also help solve the problems of urine leakage and hemorrhoids.
Find the pelvic floor muscles (when urinating, control the urine-retracting-urine-retracting muscles)
Exercise: tighten for 2-3 seconds, relax for 2-3 seconds, tighten and relax once, repeat 20-100 times.
1. Urinate before exercise to reduce weight.
2. Prevent suffocation during practice.
3. Combine your own abilities to avoid excessive practice.
4. Contact stop training if unsuitable.
5. After the exercise, the abdomen or the bottom of the pelvic cavity is sore, which can be relieved by proper rest.
Text: Lin Huiya