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05 Pelvic Floor Muscle Training for Men
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Brochure

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Pelvic floor muscles help to control bladder and bowel function. This brochure explains where the pelvic floor muscles are located in men, what causes them to weaken and how regular pelvic floor exercises can help strengthen them.

06 Pelvic Floor Muscle Training for Women
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Brochure

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Pelvic floor muscles help to control bladder and bowel function. This brochure explains where the pelvic floor muscles are located in women, what causes them to weaken and how regular pelvic floor exercises can help strengthen them.

10 step guide to putting your pelvic floor first
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Fact sheet

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This fact sheet is a guide to explain how to safely exercise if you have any problems with pelvic floor muscles. Problems may include urinary and faecal incontinence.

Bridge Magazine - 2021 Autumn Vol 15 No 1
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Magazine

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Bridge is the free magazine of the Continence Foundation of Australia. The Autumn 2021 edition focuses on women’s health. Inside, you’ll read about pelvic health through life stages, personal stories, invisible disability, and the gut and brain link.

Pelvic Floor and Core Exercises
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Fact sheet

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This fact sheet explains how pelvic floor muscles work and how they play an important role in bladder and bowel control and supporting the pelvic organs in both men and women. It will help you to identify if you are at risk of weak pelvic floor muscles and explains appropriate exercises you can do to help strengthen them. It also provides information on how to access professional help and advice.

Pelvic Floor and Resistance Exercises
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Fact sheet

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This fact sheet explains how pelvic floor muscles work and how they play an important role in bladder and bowel control in both men and women. It identifies if you are at risk of weak pelvic floor muscles and explains appropriate resistance exercises you can do to help strengthen them. It also provides information on how to access professional help and advice.

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