Female Bladder, Bowel & Gynaecological Problems

Issues can be very common. The following conditions / problems can be treated with success:

  • Frequency passing urine – going to the toilet to pass urine more than 6-8 times a day 
  • Urgency, urge incontinence and overactive bladder – a sudden compelling urge to pass urine, and maybe leaking on the way to the toilet
  • Stress urinary incontinence – caused by a rise in intra-abdominal pressure (eg coughing, sneezing, shouting, laughing, lifting, bending or standing up from sitting)
  • Faecal urgency and/or incontinence – a sudden strong urge to open the bowels, and/or not making it to the toilet and losing stool
  • Difficulty controlling wind

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  • Pelvic organ prolapse (bladder, bowel or uterus) – when the bladder, womb or bowel bulges into the vaginal walls
  • Exercise induced incontinence or prolapse – common in women doing exercise to all levels and all abilities (especially common in those doing impact exercise, CrossFit, weightlifters and runners) 
  • Rehabilitation after gynaecological surgery, including hysterectomy
  • Sexual dysfunction (including urinary leakage during intercourse, pain during intercourse or reduced sensation)
  • Vulvodynia / Vaginal pain 
  • Vaginismus 
  • Pelvic floor weakness 
  • Pelvic floor overactivity / tightness

 

Physiotherapy assessment and treatment can help in all of these areas.  Contact Babs at Female Focus for more information.

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