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|Originally posted by TurboClaudia
Ask for a referral from the OBs (or just do some research and find someone on your own) for a physical therapist specializing in pelvic floor rehabilitation and myofascial release. They are specially trained in all things pelvic floor, including vaginal pain, uterine prolapse, urinary bladder prolapse, and perineal tear healing. I have personally met two women in the past two years who do this work and their education and knowledge about the biomechanical and structural aspects of the female body are absolultely amazing. They will definitely have therapies and suggestions for you.
Originally Posted by aircantu1
They will treat me while pregnant, and I have my first appointment June 1st. I'm so excited. I really hope it helps.
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