If we could put a billboard up on the interstate it would probably include the message in today's show as a P.S.A. for all women to see!
The majority of the women who've worked with us have been guilty of doing at least one of these things.
They always tell us, "I wish I would have known this sooner!" or "Why didn't anyone tell me about any of this before?" That's why it's our mission to get this information into as many women's hands as possible - because it can make such a big difference in your journey!
Chances are, you probably fall into 1 of 2 categories when it comes to these sorts of issues.
1 You know something's wrong with your body, and you're searching for answers and help.
2 You have been diagnosed with prolapse and you're looking for relief that doesn't involve invasive treatments or surgery.
Either way, you've come to the right place.
These are the 6 Signs that you are dealing with Uterine Prolapse - whether you've been diagnosed or not.
Because prolapse looks and feels different for every woman dealing with it, you may only have a few of these issues going on, or you may have more.
But there's one thing that remains the same: navigating these life-altering issues is a big deal, and it can feel incredibly isolating and overwhelming (because it's not exactly the first thing anyone talks about).
It's common to feel like maybe you're the only one dealing with any of it. Or maybe you've had a friend, a family member, or even a medical professional try to normalize or...
Here are the top 6 signs that your pee issues might be prolapse.
PLUS: easy, actionable steps you can start today to begin taking back control of your body and your life.
Prolapse affects at least 52 million women in this country. It can be so overwhelming, and it is always life-altering. We want to help by breaking it down:
What it is
What it feels like
What it does to your life
What you can do about it
Special? Yes, very much so!
However... although the pelvic floor is treated like it's some kind of "different" sort of muscle group, the truth is that it is "just" regular skeletal muscle - just like the rest of our muscles!
Why does this matter? Tune in to find out... we think you'll really like the good news we're sharing today!
It's been an emotional time, and it only feels right to share that with you - openly, honestly, and vulnerably.
We've been reflecting on our transitions into motherhood and the challenges we've faced.
Know that if you struggle to ask for help, you're not alone.
Here are our stories of tears, fears, and struggle - and how we learned to ask for help.
These are the parts nobody else told you about.
As an example to add to what we cover in the video, here's Alicia's Story:
Alicia had always enjoyed that movement & exercise helped her de-stress and kept her feeling confident. But by the time her 3rd child was 3 or 4 years old she couldn't deny the fact that her body just didn't handle things the way it used to.
There was a whole host of issues that had slowly crept up on her and gotten worse since she had her kids. And she didn't like the way those things were holding her back from doing the exercises she loved and from staying active with her kids.
All told, Alicia was dealing with:
Constant hip tightness (plus sometimes even some weird numb/tingly sensations going down her leg too)
Neck and shoulder stiffness
And some bladder leaks that she surely didn't want to get any worse
A close friend recommended that she reach out to us. She did, and she was totally shocked to...