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Making Pelvic Floor Exercise a Habit

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem3882
Catalogue Number
FP.170.M351
Current Revision Date
July-05-2019
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Suggestions on how to make pelvic floor exercises a habit

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Catalogue Number
FP.170.M351
Current Revision Date
July-05-2019
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Suggestions on how to make pelvic floor exercises a habit
Format
Factsheet
Topic
Healthy Living
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Women's Health
Subject
Urinary Incontinence
Pelvic Floor Disorders
Keywords
pelvic floor muscle exercises
training
bladder control
bowel control
suggestions
ideas
Hold'ems and Speed'ems
Reading Level
6
Date Issued
July-05-2019
Documents
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Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Information

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem4334
Catalogue Number
FP.170.P45
Current Revision Date
31-May-2022
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information on how pelvic floor physiotherapy can help strengthen pelvic floor muscles which impact bladder, bowel, and sexual health.

  1 document

Catalogue Number
FP.170.P45
Current Revision Date
31-May-2022
Language
English
Status
Available
Description
Information on how pelvic floor physiotherapy can help strengthen pelvic floor muscles which impact bladder, bowel, and sexual health.
Format
Factsheet
Topic
Healthy Living
Procedures, Treatments & Tests
Women's Health
Subject
Urinary Incontinence
Pelvic Floor Disorders
Sexual Health
Women's Health
Keywords
pelvic floor physical therapy
pelvic floor physiotherapy
pelvic floor physiotherapist
pelvic floor muscle exam
pelvic floor muscle exercises
training
bladder control
bowel control
suggestions
Reading Level
9
Date Issued
31-May-2022
Documents
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Urinary Incontinence During Sexual Activity

https://vch.eduhealth.ca/en/permalink/phem4252
Catalogue Number
FP.170.U75
Language
English
Status
Requested
Description
Patient information on urinary incontinence or urine leakage during sexual contact common after prostate cancer treatments, and how to manage them.