Should you wait until after you’re done having babies to seek core and pelvic health help?
There is a big misconception in the world of pregnancy and postpartum health. One that is doing unfortunate disservice to moms.
I was asked a great question from a follower on social media. Should you wait until after you’re done having babies to seek core and pelvic health help?
In particular, a mama who is experiencing urinary incontinence was told that it won’t be useful at this time to seek out a specialist for her symptoms because she wants to have more babies in the future.
It would be a waste of time to get help now.
My thoughts in the 4-minute video below!
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This program is for current and aspiring fitness and health professionals (and enthusiasts) who want to help moms return to effective exercise post-pregnancy, recover from C-section and vaginal births, treat core and pelvic floor dysfunction, and support them in motherhood.
Should you wait until you’re done having babies to seek core and pelvic health help?
Hint: BIG NO!
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Registration is open now through Monday, April 23rd. The program will again close for at least 6 months.