As long as it is not recommended to do pelvic floor rehabilitation in the inflammatory period, it is recommended that the pelvic floor rehabilitation be carried out after the inflammation is eliminated.

Mild inflammation and leucorrhea cleanliness degree I or II can do pelvic floor rehabilitation, but must pay attention to cleaning and disinfection in place.

The main reason is that low frequency electrical stimulation can promote the blood circulation of vagina and lead to the increase of vaginal secretion, which is a normal phenomenon.

Before the existence of inflammation, the cleanliness of the vagina itself is relatively poor, and then through electrical stimulation after rehabilitation, secretion increase, and then cause vaginitis phenomenon, leading to itching symptoms. It is suggested that the client should do a vaginal discharge examination before rehabilitation, and advise patients to pay attention to the cleanliness and hygiene of vagina.

1. Whether disinfection and sanitation are well done.

2. Whether the probe is well preserved and cleaned.

3. Whether they are allergic to iodophor or lubricant.

4. Whether allergic to metal / silica gel or electrical stimulation.

Considering the cause of vaginal laxity and weakness, there is no basic constraint control for the probe, and also consider the client's wrong contraction force and downward force. When doing biofeedback training, the probe will fall out unconsciously. What should I do?

When relaxing, the pelvic floor muscles are relaxed and push outward, and the probe will run outward. This is normal. If you bend your legs or lay them flat, it is not easy to fall out. You can adjust your posture properly. However, when using the probe for pelvic floor muscle assessment or training, it is recommended that the legs should be slightly bent, which is helpful for exerting force, and the legs should be slightly bent with hip width.

After delivery, the vagina will become loose, which will affect the length and width of the vagina. If the probe enters the vagina, it will run into the vagina without any effort. If necessary, the rehabilitation teacher will assist in adjusting the position of the probe.

There are too many complications in the rehabilitation period of hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, so we can not do electrical stimulation. However, we can do electrical stimulation after the indexes are controlled by drugs. We must review the indexes of thyroid regularly.

According to the International Association for continence of urine, the syndrome of urgency, frequent urination, nocturia, with or without urgent urinary incontinence, often accompanied by frequent urination and nocturia, is defined as overactive bladder. Overactivity of detrusor, high sensitivity of bladder, obstruction of bladder outlet, weakness of urethral supporting tissue, nerve disease and injury are the causes. The most common symptom of overactive bladder is frequent urination. At the same time, more than half of patients with overactive bladder have urinary incontinence.

Overactive bladder (OAB) is a syndrome characterized by urgency of urination, often accompanied by frequent urination and nocturia, with or without urgent urinary incontinence; urodynamic manifestations include overactive detrusor, or other forms of urethral bladder dysfunction. Symptoms caused by acute urinary tract infection or other forms of local lesions of the bladder and urethra are not included.

Pregnancy and childbirth lead to the weakness of pelvic floor support system and the insufficiency of muscle inclusion function. The incidence rate of postpartum women is about 30%. The risk of illness gradually increases with age. The incidence rate of middle-aged and elderly people over 50 is nearly 60%. Chronic urinary incontinence can cause vulvar inflammation, itching, body odor and even infection, and is known as "social cancer".