The effect of rehabilitation depends on the type of disease, the severity, the degree of cooperation, and the rehabilitation program.

However, if the correct vaginal clients insist on rehabilitation according to the established scheme, the better rehabilitation effect can be achieved basically. Now according to the statistics of clinical rehabilitation effect of pelvic floor dysfunction disease, the rehabilitation effect is as high as 70-80%.

The high or low quality of sexual life is affected by many factors. The biggest cause of postpartum Baoma is psychological and physiological reasons, as well as religion, culture, and may affect. If it is caused by pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic floor rehabilitation can appropriately improve and improve the quality of sexual life.

Both of them can get good rehabilitation effect through pelvic floor biofeedback rehabilitation. However, because postpartum women are young and their body functions are good, so in the process of rehabilitation, the curative effect is obvious and the effect is fast. Menopausal women due to low estrogen level, resulting in the loss of muscle fiber elasticity, making the baseline level of pelvic floor muscle poor, so the treatment period needs to be extended accordingly, in addition, we must do more family pelvic floor rehabilitation training to improve the rehabilitation effect.

Yes, pelvic floor rehabilitation can be used as an auxiliary rehabilitation before and after surgery. The principle is to improve pelvic floor function.

During the treatment period, urinary tract infection should be treated first. When there is active infection of genitourinary tract, pelvic floor invasion treatment is not required

At present, there is no evidence that pelvic floor rehabilitation can promote premature menstruation in postpartum women. If this problem occurs, it is recommended to investigate other causes. However, because electrical stimulation can accelerate contractions and blood circulation, pelvic floor rehabilitation is not recommended during menstruation.

Relax the pelvic floor muscles as you breathe in, contract them when you exhale, and lift them up.

Yes, the bladder needs to be emptied before the assessment. If there is any urge to defecate during the assessment process, it is necessary to complete the defecation first