Cindy, loving wife of 15 years
homeschooling mama to 4 wonderful girls, and 1 boy! praying for #6, sch, due 4/14/2013!
reviving this thread...I have the same problem and am looking at surgery...what else can be done?
I have had rectocele since DD was born in Oct of 2009. It has gotten better over time. I splint, try to remember to do kegels. I brace myself before sneezing and am careful while lifting. It hasn't really bothered me much since DD was about 6 mos old, but from time to time it would. Starting this January, I got serious about running and started barefoot running which is good for your posture. At the same time, i started doing Peggy Brill's "The Core Program" which is just for women, making sure to include kegels with every work out have been surprised at how strong the tissues between the vag and anus have gotten. I started this regimen for overall health and to try and stabilize my lower back/SI joint (hoping to cut down on the chiro bill!) but most definitely welcome the changes down below!
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