Step By Step Guide to At Home Pelvic Floor Therapy (For All Ages)

Beginner Pelvic Floor Exercises

The pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that make up the base of your core musculature. They are mainly responsible for bladder and bowel control and sexual function. Having weak pelvic floor muscles can often cause urinary incontinence. Although panty liners and incontinence briefs are available to absorb urinary leakage, strengthening your pelvic floor could be a way to limit the amount of leakage, and possibly reverse or remedy incontinence caused by a weak pelvic floor.

Finding Your Pelvic Floor Muscles

One way to find your pelvic floor muscles is to, while peeing, try stopping the flow of urine. If you are able to do this successfully, you have found your pelvic floor muscles. Once you have found your pelvic floor muscles you can begin to perform beginner pelvic floor exercises, described in the pelvic floor exercise step by step below. 


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