Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Information | All Women's Care

2022-07-04 Read:

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Most postpartum mothers have heard of pelvic floor muscle relaxation or are facing various problems caused by pelvic floor muscle relaxation, such as laughter, leakage of urine when coughing, vaginal relaxation, pelvic organ prolapse and other symptoms, but they rarely understand Tension over the pelvic floor muscles.

Tight pelvic floor muscles are also one of the causes of pelvic floor dysfunction. Long-term tension of the pelvic floor muscles may cause various pelvic floor diseases such as dysuria, constipation, pelvic floor pain, and dyspareunia. But sometimes pelvic floor muscle relaxation and pelvic floor muscle tension can coexist.

What are the symptoms of pelvic floor muscle tension?

1. Difficulty urinating

Due to the pathological muscle contraction of the postpartum mother, the contraction force of the pelvic floor muscles is too strong, the pelvic floor muscle tension is too high, the urine can not be controlled or the emptying feels incomplete, and sometimes the urine flow is slowed down, resulting in Difficulty urinating.

2. Constipation

Most postpartum mothers suffer from constipation. There are many factors that cause constipation, and pelvic floor muscle tension is also one of the reasons. The inability of the local muscles to relax can block the exit of the bowel or cause muscle spasms, which can lead to constipation, difficulty in defecation, or hemorrhoids in women.

3. Pain during intercourse

Long-term muscle tension and difficulty to relax can easily lead to pelvic floor muscle ischemia. Due to the limitation of movement, the blood vessels in the fascia that wrap the muscles are squeezed, and the corresponding areas release inflammatory factors, resulting in myogenic pain, followed by postpartum intercourse pain or discomfort.

4. Pelvic floor pain

Long-term and continuous pelvic floor muscle tension contractions without reasonable relaxation will cause muscle and fascia strain. Function overload, resulting in postpartum women's urethra, vagina, rectum, lower abdominal pain, and may be accompanied by lumbar pain, thigh pain and other symptoms.