According to a survey, women’s pelvic floor or the area where reproductive organs are located in the human body is more robust than men’s. Since women’s bodies are made to reproduce, they are gifted with more strength and power in their pelvic region. On the other hand, the men’s pelvic region is not that complicated. But in a recent survey, it was found that 30 % of men suffer from ED, premature ejaculation, pain while ejaculating due to weak pelvic muscles.
The ideal way to deal with any sexual problem is to consult with a sexologist. A sexologist is a qualified doctor who is an expert in dealing with all the sexual problems in men.
Dr. Chirag Bhandari, the founder of IASH(institute of Andrology and sexual health), is the best sexologist In India. He is known for some revolutionary Pelvic floor rehabilitation treatments that are pain-free and have a high success rate.
Often people recommend that the pelvic floor should be strong. But no one has been able to precisely know how the pelvic system works and the ways to get them strong. Read further to know more about pelvic floor muscles, how it works? Pelvic floor problems and treatments.
What is the pelvic floor?
The pelvic floor is the part of the body that contains the bladder, uterus, vagina, and rectum. Pelvic floor researcher and gynecologist Janice Miller at the University of Michigan, USA, says that the pelvic floor is the most complex in the body after the brain. Millions of men and women around the world have some problem with the pelvic floor region. Since reproduction is essential for mankind’s evolution, every human being needs proper care and attention to this region. Many research types have been done to understand the pelvic muscles’ complete process and how they can be strengthened.
The results of any research on the method of its work have not been revealed so far. It remains a mysterious part of the body for researchers. Victoria Handa, professor of gynecology at the famous Johns Hopkins University, says that any problem on the pelvic floor affects a woman’s entire life. But since this problem does not endanger life, neither the common people pay attention to it, nor the researchers took it seriously to date.
What do pelvic floor muscles do?
When the pelvic floor is strong, it will help to support and prevent problems such as
- Indigestion (preventing involuntary loss of urine or feces)
- Prolapse (lack of support) in the bladder, uterus, and intestines
Pelvic floor muscles support the bladder and bowel functioning. It also helps control the process.
The lack of research for Pelvic Floor
Science has made immense progress in every field in every respect. But, there is no meaningful research on such an essential part of the human body. Dr. Chirag Bhandari, the best sexologist in India, says that people are still ignorant due to the lack of medical research. He suggests that a specific food diet and exercise can help to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles naturally.
Indian society still hesitates to talk about mental and sexual problems. These problems can eventually turn out to be life-threatening diseases.
Pelvic Floor Problems
Interestingly, pelvic floor problems are considered to be natural among Indian men and women. The symptoms of weak pelvic muscles are considered a factor in getting old. Women suffer a few minor injuries in the internal organs of women while giving birth to a child. They are considered normal.
Common signs & Symptoms Include:-
Some Common Signs and symptoms of a problem with your pelvic floor include
- The need to frequently go to the toilet
- Finding it difficult to empty your bladder or bowel
- Prolapse of uterus
- Premature ejaculation
- Erectile dysfunction
- Pain during sexual intercourse
Pelvic floor Problems diagnosed.
Dr. Chirag Bhandari says that most women do not have problems with the pelvic floor. Specialist sex doctors will perform a physical examination to diagnose muscle strength of the pelvic floor. With bare hands, the doctor will check for muscle spasms, lumps, or weakness. The doctor may also perform an intrauterine or vaginal examination to diagnose women’s pelvic floor problems.
Problems related to the pelvic floor are widespread. Due to pelvic disorder, pressure for urination starts to build up very often. Urination comes out when you laugh, cough, or sneeze. Apart from this, the organ on the pelvic floor may also come out.
Dr. Chirag Bhandari says that if accurate information about the body’s internal structure and muscles are shared during adolescence, several sexual problems can be timely eradicated.
Pelvic floor rehabilitation (PFR) is a treatment provided at IASH to improve the pelvic floor muscles’ strength and function. It includes biofeedback, retraining, and electrical stimulation of the pelvic area and functionally linked musculature. It is also known as a pelvic gym, which consists of a different set of exercises also. For example, pelvic muscles can strengthen through kegel exercise. Plank exercises can also improve pelvic floor strength. Many times, diseases also increase due to a lack of information. Asphordiac food and food rich in iron are also beneficial in strengthening pelvic floor muscles.