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Fibroid Buttock Pain

Are you suffering from severe leg pain duringpregnancy? You are not alone. Severe leg pain during pregnancy is a conditionthat is as common as morning sickness and fatigue are. The main cause of severe leg pain during pregnancyis a condition called sciatica. It is just as painful as it sounds. This condition is caused when the uterus isgrowing, it may push against the sciatic nerve. It could also be just leg cramps that couldbe happening in your legs. There are some more complex causes like DVT and also uterinefibroids.

First, do not get alarmed, it is not anythingto feel panicked over. These are all issues that many pregnant women face. This is why you should let your knowin case you experience discomfort in your legs. He or she may be able to give you somemuch needed relief. You should inform your of any painthat you experience, however small or big it is. A DVT, or deep vein thrombosis, is a bloodclot that is in your leg and it is the most severe cause of leg pain.

You should be careful, when you have traveledfor a long period of time, for this is the period that the clot is likely to develop. Take walks as often as you can to help keepthe blood flowing. If you won’t be able to go walking as oftenas you would like, wear some compression socks or stockings. Treatment of severe leg pain during pregnancystarts with finding out the main causes of it. If the pain is cause by thrombosis, youwill be given some anticoagulation meds. If you want to prevent blood clots from developingin your leg, make sure to eat healthy food

and exercise to improve circulation. If the pains are caused by cramps, it is recommendedthat you increase your potassium intake. Orange juice is a great and tasty way to getplenty of potassium into your diet. Severe leg pain during pregnancy is very common,but you should definitely run it by your and let him or her know so they can keep aneye on you.

Pelvic Floor Exercises Routine For After Hysterectomy

Hi, I’m Michelle. Today I’m going to be helpingyou with starting your pelvic floor exercises after hysterectomy. So this is a real beginner’slesson. So, what we’re going to be doing, is doing some exercises on the ground andthen you can progress those exercises to sitting up. And these are exercises that you startto strengthen your pelvic floor muscles when you have approval to start your exercisesfrom your or from your surgeon. So if you think about where the pelvic floormuscles are�if you think of the pelvis, and that’s the front of the pelvis and underneathis a space (underneath here) you’ve got your two sit bones and you’ve got the tailbone.So the pelvic floor muscles run underneath

this area of your pelvis, in and around whereyou sit. From the pubic bone to the tailbone so from front to back and also too from sideto side. So you can see that they fill up that area there, and that’s what’s holdingeverything up. So after your hysterectomy surgery it’s really important that you havethose muscles strong and supportive to support your surgery and the stitches that have beenput in and the repair longterm. So, let’s get started lying down. Just beforewe do start, make sure that these exercises feel really comfortable, so, we’re reallyfocusing at strengthening gradually and just doing what you can do little bit by littlebit. Let’s start down on the ground now. So

you’ve got somewhere at home or if you’rewatching this tutorial if you can lie yourself down with a comfortable cushion and a mator a towel on the ground. Let’s get going. Okay, so we’re in our lying down position,and the idea with lying down for your exercises is that your pelvis is like this, so reallyyour muscles aren’t under the load of gravity and bodyweight, so your insides aren’t pushingdown. So in that lying down position, it can make the muscles a little bit easier to activateand it can just decrease the load on your pelvic floor a little bit more. And you {2:01wernwouldworried?} if you’re doing these exercises lying down.

So, I’ve got two pillows here. I’ve got onefor underneath my head and I’ve got one to support my legs. Now a lovely position tolie in after your surgery is on your back with a pillow underneath your knees particularlyif you have a tummy; you’ll find that’s much more comfortable. So you can be positioningyourself lying down, in this position just coming down gently, lying on your back withyour legs on the pillow like that. Or, alternatively you could lie on your side (and I’ll faceyou this way) with a pillow between your legs like that, so that you’re nice and comfortable.And now we’re going to just start with a couple of repetitions of these exercises. So, beforewe start, let’s visualize the area that we’re

working. We’re visualizing the muscles inand around the back passage around the anus in and around the vagina and in and around theurethra (or the urine tube.) Those muscles are going to be just gently lifting and squeezinginside, and then releasing down and relaxing. And to start with, we’re only just going tostart with a couple of repetitions being mindful that this is really gentle to start with.You shouldn’t be feeling any discomfort at all with this exercise. And just do what youcan do. So let’s start. So I’m imagining my drawingup action is this way. So I’m going to start and I want you to start at home by just drawingin and around gently, in and around the back

passage, the vagina and the urethra, liftingup and squeezing inside. Lifting and squeezing, lifting and squeezing and relax, and letgo completely. And take a deep breath in and out. So I’m not squeezing my bottom muscles,and I’m not pulling my tummy in. Those areas are staying relaxed. I’m drawing up in andaround the area where I sit in and around those pelvic openings. Let’s try again. Herewe go: Just gently, lift and squeeze, and lift and squeeze, and then completely relaxand let the muscles go. And have a deep breath in and out. Let’s try one more time at home. So just oncemore, just to see how we’re going. Here we

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