Q&A: Pelvic Floor Drops, Weak and Tight Muscles, Tilted Pelvis and More

Q&A: Pelvic Floor Drops, Weak and Tight Muscles, Tilted Pelvis and More

Since launching our blog, we have received many questions from readers. In this post, we’re going to tackle a handful of them. If you have a question of your own, please take the opportunity to post it in the “comments” section of this blog.

Stop UTIs from Impeding PT Progress

Dear Stephanie and Liz,

I have PFD and am currently in physical therapy. Unfortunately I’m also a person who is prone to getting one or two UTIs a year. It’s frustrating because every time I think I have this PFD licked, a UTI comes along causes my muscles to spasm and tighten and ruins my progress. My question is: Can the pelvic floor be rehabbed enough to at some point withstand the destructive power of a UTI?

–Signed,

UTI Prone

Dear UTI Prone,

The short answer to your question is yes, the pelvic floor can be rehabilitated to a point where events like a UTI will not exacerbate the pain cycle. However, your question brings up an important point about what you can do to ensure that a UTI does not wreak havoc on your already impaired pelvic floor.

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