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Pelvic Organ Prolapse

When you hear ‘hernia’, it’s often associated with sports injuries, straining on the toilet, or lifting something too heavy. But, Pelvic Organ Prolapse is actually a vaginal hernia caused by aging, vaginal births, genetics and more, creating a feeling of a pelvic bulge. Dr. Rena Malik discusses the various surgical and non-surgical treatment options for this condition.

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How to play the Organ. Lesson 1 of 5.

Basic Fingering techniques for the Pump Reed Organ, Harmonium, Pipe Organ or Electronic Organ. Lesson 1 includes: An Introduction, 5 Finger Legato (smooth) Connections exercise, Thumb and Index Finger substitutions plus a short Piano vs. Organ demo. * A MUST have background in Piano of at least moderate ability is necessary for this series of tutorials.

Creating a 2-Part Organ Exercise in 6/8 Meter on "Before Jehova's Awe-full Throne"

Creating a 2-Part Organ Exercise in 6/8 Meter on “Before Jehova’s Awe-full Throne” by Vidas Pinkevicius, DMA

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Relieve hip joint pain | Waist & Hips exercise | organ exercise Part-12 | Yoga Pariwar | Yoga2020

Welcome to Yoga pariwar!

Yoga pariwar is a pariwar- (family) of all of you who want to practice healthy activities (yoga, healthy lifestyle and positive mental health ) and want to experience their effects on health and well being in their own life.

Yoga pariwar encourages, motivates and guides people to study, practice and realise the benefits of healthy activities and make healthy activities as a part of their life.

Yoga pariwar assists and facilitates for continuing healthy practices to make a healthier society.

If you aspire for a healthy and happy life, then you are for Yoga pariwar and Yoga pariwar is for you.

The purpose of this organ exercise series is to focus and give exercise to each and every organ for a healthy and happy life.

When you focus and give exercise to a particular organ, that organ becomes healthy and active.

When you give exercise to all your organs, all your organs become healthy and active.

When all your organs become healthy and active, you become healthy and active.

For any practice of yoga asana or exercise, you do as per your own capacity. Limit yourself up to the point so that exercises do not cause any undue pain or harm to your body. If you have any problem, you can consult your physician or do it under the direct supervision of a yoga master.

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Muscle stretch reflex | Organ Systems | MCAT | Khan Academy

Created by Matthew Barry Jensen.

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What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is common in women and what it does is to impact on bladder control. What I want you to know is that it won’t get better on its own so you will need to seek help.

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Your pelvic organs include the bladder, uterus and bowel. They are held in place by tissues called ‘fascia’ and ‘ligaments’. These supporting tissues help to join your pelvic organs to the bony side walls of the pelvis and hold them inside your pelvis.

What Do My Pelvic Floor Muscles Do?

Your pelvic floor muscles hold up your pelvic organs from below. If your pelvic floor muscles are weak, then your pelvic organs might not be held in their right place. As a result, they may bulge or sag down into the vagina.

What are the Types of prolapse?

1. Pelvic organs may bulge into the front wall of the vagina (cystocele).
2. Through the back vaginal wall (rectocele or enterocele)
3. The uterus may drop down into the vagina (uterine prolapse).

What are the Signs of Prolapse?

1. Urinary tract infections.
2. Difficulty emptying your bowel.
3. Heavy sensation or dragging in the vagina.
4. A lump bulging out of your vagina.
5. Your bladder not emptying as it should.
6. Weak urine stream.
7. Sexual problems (pain or less sensation).

What are the Causes of Prolapse?

Often it is childbirth that is the main cause of a prolapse. On the way through the vagina, the baby can stretch and tear the supporting tissues and pelvic floor muscles. The more vaginal births you have, the more likely you are to have a prolapse.

How to Prevent Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

What you can do is to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.
Your pelvic floor muscles can be made stronger with the right exercises. And I will show you these exercises!

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