A pelvic organ prolapse can really knock your self-esteem and leave you feeling uncomfortable in your body. If you’re in a romantic relationship, you may have some specific concerns about whether you can continue to have a sex life that is satisfying for both you and your partner. It might feel difficult, but rest assured – there is life after prolapse or prolapse surgery.
As specialists in pelvic health, we at Kegel8 understand what you’re going through and are here to help you feel like yourself again.
This guide will answer your questions and give you some tips on how to regain your confidence in the bedroom.
Could Having Sex Make My Prolapse Worse?
Definitely not! As you know, having a prolapse means that your vaginal walls or cervix have bulged or dropped downwards. Intercourse involves something being pushed into the vagina – the opposite of a prolapse. There is no risk of your prolapse being...