RECLAIM YOUR PRIVATE PARTS
Get back in the sack without pain, regain bladder control, reduce the nagging pressure in your pants, kick constipation in the rear (pun intended) and revive confidence and control of your private parts.
When your private parts get out of whack, the symptoms truly affect your life.
Peeing all the time, leaking urine, pelvic pain, constipation, vaginal pressure and painful sex are no fun.
Its time to move beyond the frustrations and... begin to FLOURISH
CONFIDENCE AND CONTROL
DO YOU WANT TO...
Return to exercise without worrying about pee dribbling down your leg when you run and jump
Stop worrying about the annoying pressure down below
Throw out the maps of every toilet in town, just in case the urge sneaks up on you
Get back in the bedroom with your partner and feel confident that sex can be pleasurable
Kick pelvic pain to the curb
You don't have to go at it alone. I'll coach you along the way.
Its lonely dealing with private issues. No one's talking about this stuff at dinner partys. But at Blue Door PT, its safe to chat about private parts.
Take action to revive confidence and control of your body.
I know how hard it is to live silently with pelvic problems and worries. I remember wondering if I was the only one waking 4-5x at night to pee (no, I don't exaggerate). I was waiting for sex to magically feel like Cosmo magazine raves about. G-spot where are you hiding? I remember sitting on the toilet wondering why the natural function of pooping was so damn hard (pun after pun in the bowel department). I didn't have the courage to tell others about these things, sorry mom and dad. I thought it was just me and I was embarrassed.
My friend, you're not alone. I know those worries well.
DIAGNOSED WITH ONE OF THESE?
Yahoo, you got a diagnosis. That's like bringing home an Ikea desk without directions. You can't get very far without a plan. Googling for direction landed you here, as it has for many others. Phew.
Take action and get a plan to revive confidence and control of your privates.
PRENATAL AND POSTNATAL CARE
MOM TO BE
You're pregnant and your body is transforming. Duh, you knew that already.
HERE'S SOMETHING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW...your pelvic floor (the muscles around your privates) are working harder than ever.
YOUR PELVIC FLOOR IS...
Part of your core
Supportng your growing baby
Keeping you from peeing your pants, hopefully
The entrance for your baby into the world (unless you have a C-section, then its your lower belly)
If you want to stop peeing your panties, feel strong and painfree as you go through prenancy AND birth without fear, keep reading.
Pregnancy and childbirth is challenging physically, mentally and emotionally. I get it, I'm a mom of 2, the struggle is real.
Worry that childbirth may mess up your vagina?
Fear you won't be able to cope with labor pains?
Doubt your body's ability to go through childbirth?
Tense up when you hear the words forceps, vacuum, or tearing?
Time for a confidence boost.
Get the roadmap to support your growing body and prepare yourself to birth like a rockstar.
If you want my secrets for how to birth like a mom and keep your vagina strong, join me online
No matter how you did it, you delivered a baby! Which makes you a rockstar in my book.
Your day is full of poopy diapers, feeding your baby and sleepless nights. You've got down the baby care stuff, but you aren't sure how to take care of YOU in your new mom life.
YOU WANT TO...
Get back to exercise because your middle doesn't feel strong
Be able to carry baby, carseat and groceries without fear of parts falling out your privates. That's probably not gonna happen, but I remember the feeling.
Run around with your kid and not pee your pants
Enjoy your sex life again
Understand what's going on down below because that stuff ain't the same postpartum
I got your back.
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