Pelvic instability

Pelvic instability is a very normal phenomenon during pregnancy. It becomes more annoying when pelvic instability causes pelvic pain. This pelvic pain can take such forms that a pregnancy can be very painful and unpleasant. It is also questionable to what extent recovery will be complete after childbirth. Due to the still skeptical view of doctors and midwives, timely intervention is really necessary!!

Pelvic instability

Pelvic instability can have various causes. For example, we already make the distinction between mechanical pelvic instability and hormonal pelvic instability.
Mechanical pelvic instability means that trauma causes such damage to the pelvis and the pelvic ligaments that careful recovery is necessary, preferably under the supervision of an experienced professional such as a physiotherapist.
Examples of the development of mechanical pelvic instability are a very rapid delivery or a car accident. That is why men can also have mechanical pelvic instability. Women who experience mechanical pelvic instability during childbirth should NEVER let others pull their legs up!!! This can lead to very serious irreparable damage.
By doing the right exercises it is possible to fully recover over time , this will be gradual with a return of the pain.
Hormonal pelvic instability is caused by changing hormone levels during pregnancy.
This instability is also necessary for the baby to be born at the end of the pregnancy. So not a problem in itself.
However, it does become a problem when pain starts to occur. This pain is then called pelvic pain. Ignoring the pain will cause it to worsen and thus worsen the condition.
Women are often afraid that pelvic instability can ultimately end up in a wheelchair. This is true to a certain extent, but luckily it does n’t happen nearly as often as one would like to think.
However, caution is required. The damage that occurs during the instability will not disappear spontaneously after childbirth. It may happen that the pelvic pain disappears completely immediately or quite quickly after childbirth because the hormone balance immediately changes partially.
Breastfeeding can delay the recovery of pelvic complaints.
During pregnancy with pelvic pain, wearing high heels is not allowed!!
By doing the right exercises (especially the exercise that is often learned during pregnancy gymnastics, to further tighten the muscles that normally hold urine and feces, you can make great progress). This specific exercise can be done before pregnancy .
be started, continued during pregnancy, and maintained after delivery. Not only will improvement occur in pelvic pain, this exercise will also have a positive effect in preventing mild incontinence and improving the female orgasm , you do the exercise is never in vain…
Much additional information about hormonal pelvic instability can be found in the following link:
Patient brochure Obstetrics Pelvic pain

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