Just because you are not currently experiencing urinary incontinence, it doesn’t mean that you have a pelvic floor that is functioning well.

➡️It might be that you just haven’t challenged it enough yet with how you exercise
➡️It might be that you haven’t experienced a bad, repetitive cough, or bout of vomiting lately
➡️It might be that incontinence isn’t how your pelvic floor dysfunction is showing up.
➡️It might be that your pelvic floor dysfunction is showing up as urgency instead, or pain related to an overactive pelvic floor.

🤷‍♀️ And the thing is, you can’t really tell if your pelvic floor is functioning well unless you have it properly assessed by a pelvic floor physio.

We can ask lots of questions and make educated guesses, but at the end of the day, an internal examination of your pelvic floor is the gold standard 🥇 when it comes to assessing tissue quality, muscle strength and for pelvic organ prolapse.

If you’ve never had a pelvic floor assessment, or you haven’t had one since birthing a baby or a change in symptoms, this is your friendly nudge to book one in 💕