They checked my uterus and pelvic floor too.
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09-05-2015 08:11 #831
09-05-2015 08:19 #832
I was never checked but must be fine
09-05-2015 09:00 #833
I think I had extra care taken with me after my placenta issues.
09-05-2015 11:01 #834
I had a separation but it's gone now
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09-05-2015 12:01 #835
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Yeah I had 3 psysio appts for my pelvic floor after my tear and slight bladder prolapse. No one ever said anything about separation. I guess the midwives in hospital checked then and all was fine
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09-05-2015 14:41 #836
I was never checked for separation or pelvic floor strength. I had a small separation I could feel myself.
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09-05-2015 17:55 #837
I was checked for pelvic floor because of my tear and had them check my separation as well and then went to a physio to fix it
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09-05-2015 17:59 #838
Yea they probably checked everything with me due to the placenta and tear.
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09-05-2015 18:23 #839
It's fairly normal to get your belly checked for separation at your 6wks pp check. I only had mine separate after one pregnancy, avoided long-lever movements for a few years (had a few pregnancies in there too) and now it's all back to normal and I can do regular long-lever work again. One does risk their innards popping through if it exists and you do long-lever.
Pelvic floor only gets checked usually if you've sustained damage or you go and see a physio.
09-05-2015 18:46 #840
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