Pelvic Girdle Pain – It’s time to take back your life!

Pelvic Girdle Pain – It’s time to take back your life!

Pain can have many contributing factors such as pregnancy, birth, surgery, falls, accidents, trauma, overactivity in the muscles, and even hormones.

Pelvic girdle pain is a term used for many pain conditions. Pubic joint pain, tailbone pain, hip pain, pain with intercourse, pain in the vulva, pain at the entrance to the vagina, perineal pain, even anal or rectal pain.

Pelvic girdle pain is often closely associated with low back pain and low back pain is strongly correlated with pelvic floor dysfunction.

Vagina Coach, Kim Vopni

Hypertonic muscles or a non-relaxing pelvic floor can be a major contributor to pelvic pain and discomfort such as tailbone pain or SI Joint pain.

Symptoms can vary and may be more severe for some women. You may have pain or discomfort in any or all of the following places:

  • over your pelvis, especially at the pubic bone at the front
  • along your groin area
  • below your tummy
  • in your hips
  • across one or both sides of your lower back or buttocks (bottom)

Some other symptoms are:

  • Difficulty walking (a waddling gait).
  • Pain when putting weight on one leg, such as climbing stairs or getting out of the bath.
  • Pain and/or difficulty in straddle movements, such as getting in and out of the bath.
  • Clicking or grinding in the pelvic area.
  • Limited and painful hip abduction. (Hip abduction is the movement of the leg away from the middle of the body, such as when you step to the side or get out of a car.)
  • Hip movements. Difficulty lying in some positions, such as on your side.
  • Pain during normal activities and/or pain/difficulty during sex.

Releasing tension is always my recommendation for a starting point along with seeing a pelvic floor physiotherapist.

Kegel Mojo

What is Kegel Mojo - Release?

A complete online program designed specifically for pelvic pain, hypertonic pelvic floor muscles and even those with low back pain, tailbone pain or SI Joint pain.

You can access it whenever you want, wherever you want now and forever!

This program is designed to help you implement what you learn, and also help you make pelvic floor exercise a priority.

And the best part?

You can do this entire program from the comfort of your own home. You never have to step foot in a gym! It compliments the work you do with a pelvic floor physical therapist or helps those who don't have access to one.

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Vagina Coach, Kim Vopni

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