Prolapsed Uterus Physical Therapy Exercises

Kegel exercises will help you improve the muscles in your pelvic floor. The pelvic organs — your vagina, uterus, and rectum — are weak while you have pelvic organ prolapse. They can approach your vaginal area. Kegels will help strengthen certain muscles to prevent the prolapse from worsening.

To perform a Kegel, go through the process as though you were peeing. Instead of allowing it out, pinch the muscles to avoid the urine flood in its tracks. For 5 seconds, clench those muscles. Then hold them for about five seconds before releasing them. Rep this procedure five times more. Practice holding for 10 seconds and only releasing for 10 seconds. Attempt to do 20 repetitions at a time, three times per day.

Kegels might seem odd at first. However, when the pelvic muscles strengthen, you’ll note that they get easier to do.

Maintain a Routine

Prolapse of the pelvic organs may be caused by constipation. That’s even a symptom that occurs as a result of that. Constipation and the urge to strain while pooping can be avoided. Simple dietary modifications will assist you in maintaining your regularity:

  • Drink plenty of water during the day; consume plenty of fruits and vegetables, and eat high-fibre meals like beans and whole-grain cereal if you’re constipated.
  • If you’re constipated, stay away from low-fibre foods like cheese, ice cream, beef, and fast food.

Remove some of the weight off the shoulders.

If you have pelvic organ prolapse, stay away from anything that might aggravate it. That means no lifting, squeezing, or pulling. Uterus Prolapsed can be treated with the right strategy and some physical exercises.