Pelvic floor dysfunction

What is Pelvic floor dysfunction?

Pelvic floor dysfunction is when a person is unable to control the muscles which help in bowel movement thus leading to constipation, straining and painful bowel movements. It can also lead to pain in lower back, genitals, rectum, may cause frequent need to urinate. Can lead to painful intercourse in females.

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I am experiencing a constant burning sensation in my vagina. I have no discharge, no smell, skin is intact and appears normal, no frequency of...

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Hello. My name is Julie and I have unspecified abdominal pain which is not localized. My stomach hurts and feels like when you need to have a B.M....

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Take muscle relaxants.

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Pain in pelvic floor dysfunction is similar to severe...

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I have had to lean back to evacuate my bowels the past two days. Sitting strAight up, the stool will not evacuate. I push and it seems blocked....

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Most likely pelvic floor dysfunction.

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