“Pregnant for 10 months, give birth at one time”, many mothers feel that the bitterness of pregnancy will naturally disappear after giving birth, but never thought that another embarrassment will come along.

Leaking urine, lochia, a feeling of tension in the lower abdomen…For mothers, pelvic floor disorders seriously affect the quality of life.

What is Pelvic floor Damage?

In the process of pregnancy and childbirth, the fetus’s pulling and sagging put a considerable burden on the pelvic floor muscles. After childbirth, the pelvic floor function of the parturients often declines to varying degrees. In mild cases, urine leakage and vaginal leakage may occur. Symptoms such as laxity and bulging of the front and back walls of the vagina may be accompanied by low back pain and lumbosacral soreness, which affect social interaction and reduce the quality of life.

Pelvic floor Dysfunction

In addition to pelvic organ prolapse, stress urinary incontinence, chronic pelvic pain, and other diseases, lochia and recurrent urinary tract infections are also pelvic floor dysfunction diseases. Although these “unspeakable concealments” of women are not life-threatening, they bring great inconvenience to life.

How to Improve Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

Change lifestyle

Losing weight, quitting smoking, avoiding large amounts of caffeine and stimulating beverages and other healthy lifestyles are all ways to improve pelvic floor dysfunction. Moms can formulate a urination schedule, train the bladder, and periodically carry out life training to alleviate the problems of frequent urination and urgency.

Kegel exercise

Kegel exercise is an effective training method to improve pelvic floor function, including tightening and lifting of the sphincter, and alternating exercises of rapid and slow contraction, and traction of the pelvic floor muscles for muscle strengthening training. It is worth noting that Kegel exercises to improve muscle strength often require persistent training, and the effect can be seen after several months.

Biofeedback Rehabilitation

For mothers who want to quickly and effectively recover pelvic floor function, the bio-EMG method is a more scientific and efficient choice. Under the guidance of professional doctors, through the EMG biofeedback device, the relevant activities of the pelvic floor muscles can be quickly and accurately sensed to perform pelvic floor rehabilitation training in a more relaxed environment to restore normal muscle strength.

The EMG biofeedback meter HF-3000 launched by Heal Force is a good helper for pelvic floor rehabilitation. By capturing and transforming muscle neuroelectric signals, it helps mothers quickly master the contraction and relaxation of pelvic floor muscles, improving their pelvic floor muscle strength.

HF3000 EMG Biofeedback Device

HF3000 EMG Biofeedback Instrument

HF3000 features sound signals or visual signals to feed back and prompt normal and abnormal pelvic floor muscle activity states, helping patients understand the correctness of pelvic floor exercises, so as to achieve effective pelvic floor exercises . It is used for auxiliary rehabilitation of pelvic floor dysfunction diseases, postpartum pelvic floor rehabilitation and neurological rehabilitation. The product has two software solutions for pelvic floor rehabilitation and neurological rehabilitation, which can meet the diverse needs of different mothers.

Features

The machine has a standard EMG and pressure detection free selection function that can freely adjust the sensitivity according to the patient’s condition. RMS calculation reduces abnormal interference signals and sets a planned rehabilitation program, which is convenient for doctors to operate.

Applicable Scenes

It is suitable for pelvic floor pain, high muscle tension, urge incontinence, stress incontinence, mixed incontinence, mild shedding, moderate prolapse, etc.

“Prevention is better than recovery”, We suggested that when a mother was screened for 42 days postpartum, she could do a pelvic floor screening, and perform pelvic floor rehabilitation under the guidance of a professional doctor according to the results of the pelvic floor screening. At the same time, you can exercise independently through home training methods such as Kegel exercise, vaginal dumbbells, and abdominal breathing to obtain better rehabilitation effects.

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