For women, the main reasons are pregnancy and childbirth. These two periods have the greatest changes and pressure on women's pelvic cavity.

1. "Failure" of bladder urination

After holding back the urine for a long time, the bladder receptors become disordered, so it cannot be discharged when the water should be discharged, and the valve is opened when the water should not be discharged. I found that the bladder seemed to be unwilling.

2. Frequent urination

I often hold back my urine, the bladder detrusor becomes unstable, even when I don’t urinate much, I frequently want to go to the toilet.

3. Infection

Hold the urine for a long time, the urine in the bladder may flow up, causing hydronephrosis, affecting kidney function, and easily causing urinary tract infections.

4. Increased blood pressure

Holding the urine can also stimulate blood pressure to rise, and for people with high blood pressure, it is easy to cause rupture of cerebral blood vessels and bleeding.

It is not only those who have given birth that will have pelvic floor muscle problems, pregnancy and childbirth are just one of the factors that cause pelvic floor damage. Women who suffer from long-term constipation, coughing, heavy physical work, obesity and other factors can cause damage to the pelvic floor. After getting older, pelvic floor problems will become more serious due to the rapid changes in hormone levels in the body.

Urine retention means that the bladder is filled with urine and cannot be discharged normally. At the same time, the urine produced by the kidney continues to reach the bladder through the ureter.

Faecal incontionence refers to the inability to control the discharge of feces. It is due to the weak contraction of the external anal sphincter and the pelvic floor muscles that tighten the anorectal angle.

Not always, before giving birth, some mothers also need to perform pelvic floor muscle repair in advance due to obesity, less exercise, frequent sexual intercourse and other factors. At this time, you can use a household pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation device for electrical stimulation therapy. Even before giving birth, especially before giving birth, in order to speed up the effect of postpartum repair, it is recommended to use vaginal dumbbells for pelvic floor muscle training.

1. Postpartum women

2. Women after pelvic surgery

3. Patients with pelvic floor disease

4. Pregnancy or second child, long-term abdominal pressure after abortion, long-term sitting in the office

5. Middle-aged and elderly women

1. Electrical stimulation

2. Biofeedback training

3. Kegel movement

4. Vaginal dumbbells

Kegel training and pelvic floor biofeedback training are very similar in exercise modes. They both actively contract and relax the pelvic floor muscles. However, the two training modes are essentially different: Kegel training can only be done by feeling, tightening or relaxing. Without specific visual quantification, real-time feedback of pelvic floor force cannot be achieved.

Pelvic floor muscle biofeedback training, each contraction and relaxation can see the movement of the pelvic floor muscle through the curve or voice of the instrument. Real-time feedback, correct errors in time, and help the brain rebuild the sensitivity and perception of the pelvic floor muscles, strengthen muscle strength and endurance more effectively.

Therefore, the two are similar but cannot replace