Prolapse Sex

Whether or not you can have sex with a prolapse depends on the severity of the prolapse, the symptoms you are experiencing, and your comfort level. It's important to keep in mind that sexual activity should not cause pain, discomfort, or worsen your condition. You may wish to consider different sexual positions that wont aggravate your prolapse, but we can assure you that there is life after prolapse, and your love life is vitally important to the health of your pelvic floor, so look at ways to manage your prolapse and don't let it stop you having fun. 'Can he feel my prolapse' is a common question we hear and inmost cases women with prolapse will respond 'Sometimes, but he's happy if I'm happy!'. 



  1. Incontinence during sex is primarily caused by weak pelvic floor muscles, practicing Kegel exercises could potentially help by improving the muscle tone and control in the pelvic area. Stronger pelvic floor muscles can better support the bladder and help
  2. Sex might change during menopause, but it can get better and more fulfilling with a strong pelvic floor and a bit of extra lubrication. Stronger orgasms with Kegel8 guaranteed.
  3. Tina was suffering with a grade 3 prolapse that was stopping her from attending her spin class.
  4. Lindsey had been suffering with incontinence issues.  Within 2 weeks Lindsey noticed a difference and so did her boyfriend.