- What is pelvic floor dysfunction?
- What conditions are associated with it?
- How is pelvic floor dysfunction treated?
OK fine, there’s actually nothing super fun about pelvic floor dysfunction, but it’s also nothing to be embarrassed about. In fact, it’s often a result of women doing the amazing things their (and only their) bodies can do. So we say, hold your head up high as you make a run for the bathroom. And talk about it—because, in many cases, there’s a way to improve your symptoms.
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