Yes, it is safe to have sex with a prolapse. However, you may find that sex i...
Answered about 5 years ago
I'm only 13 and i wet myself when i laugh, sneeze, jump or even cough. please help!! what is wrong with me??
Hi Samantha, What you're experiencing is a not uncommon among teenager...
Topic: Young women
Answered over 3 years ago
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Is it safe to have sex with a prolapsed bladder?
Our expert answered:
Yes, it is safe to have sex with a prolapse. However, you may find that sex is uncomfortable, slightly embarrassing or even feel some pain.
Depending on your individual situation, you may need to find other ways to have sexual pleasure aside from intercourse while you work on strengthening your pelvic floor muscles by exercising them, and notice some improvement.
The severity of your prolaspe will determine if you will opt for non-surgical treatments or surgical intervention. It is a good idea to consult with your doctor or health care professional to discuss your options.
On the Poise website, we also have lots of information about the pelvic floor muscle and how to do pelvic floor exercises, including an interactive guide. Visit http://www.poise.com.au/bladder-control/pelvic-floor-exercise/