advice please re postural egonomic chair and also retroverted uterus

Hello
I'm a newby....in a worried and panicky state....
I have a rectocele first diagnosed 12 years ago. I am 62yrs old. I know that kegels are not recommended by Christine and the whole woman approach but I did them for a few years after the first diagnosis religiously (!!) and had nearly 12 years with no symptoms at all. I stopped doing them after a while just because I was lazy I suppose and had no problems. Just a few weeks ago I had a recurrence of the rectocele - seems worse.

Cystitis

I have a prolapsed uterus and do the fire breathing exercises in the morning as well as the pee on pee off ones. In the last week I have developed cystitis which is very bothering. Lots of urgency! I wonder what you helpful people there would recommend. With many thanks!!

Not knowing what to do now - surgery or not!

Hi there, I have posted on here before a few years back when I first had prolapse. Such a wonderful forum as its not easy to talk about prolapse to people, but on here we have experienced similar things and will listen, so thank you in advance for listening. Basically I have integrated whole woman posture and whole woman exercises into my life and have also been on a Well Woman (womb yoga) Therapy course with Uma Dinsmore Tuli who is a proponent of Christine Kents work.

yoni eggs and prolapse

Is it helpful to use yoni eggs if you already have a pelvic prolapse?

Healing Wounds on external prolapse

Has anyone had success with a topical treatment for tears or blisters? I have been using coconut oil for years but I do have a tear. It occasionally bloods a tiny bit when irritated. I saw the gyn yesterday and she offered up an obliteration solution. She also mentioned that it would not be good if I got an infection on my prolapse that would not be good. Honey seems messy to me, so would like another idea. Does anyone use antibacterial products from the drugstore as topicals? Has anyone had obliteration surgery?

Cleansing elder mom when stiff and takes long to comply to open legs

Learning curve where some caregivers want to force my mom to get up and other who say there is no rush. So i don't rush and go slow. Slow means that i have gentle discussions about the baby doll my mom sleeps with and that we have to move over to see her . That is how i get her to turn without opposing my getting her legs out of the bent knees position so that i can rinse her diaper area. The morning is so so slow.

WW pregnancy??

Hi there,

I just found out I’m pregnant! I remember seeing a whole women DVD about pregnancy & labor but now I can’t find it. What should I do? I really want to insure my proplaspes stays in good positions & I’m planing a gentle natural birth.

Also I would like to order a belt to wear during my pregnancy, is this a good idea?. What do you suggest? Should I get multiple sizes?

History: I prolapsed after my first child. After doing the whole women posture work two years later I am virtually symptom free.

Cystocele and Flying Long Distance

Hi, Happy New Year to you all!

I have a cystocele (grade 2), which was diagnosed about six months ago. I practice the WW posture as much as possible, and try to do the exercises regularly. Things are going pretty much ok, although some days are better than others. But, that's fine. I'm optimistic, and determined to improve my condition.

disabilities elderly that can not keep WW posture and bowel tricks eg Vit C, Mag Citrate, Mag Oxide, Prunes, electrolytes etc

Happy Holidays and hugs.
I'm trying to use vitamin C as an alternate laxative for my mom who might not be feeling peristalsis. Can someone tell me the characteristics of using Vit C and factors that effect it from working or not working.

Young man with rectoceles...where to begin

Hello all,

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