Now a published author, advocate, mum of two and founder of the Bravemumma community, Stephanie is on a mission to continue opening the conversation about pelvic health and childbirth. While she now speaks openly and frankly about her experience, it was quite a journey to get here. In , she gave birth to Elsie, her first child, at her local hospital in the Illawarra region of New South Wales. A couple of weeks after giving birth to her daughter, Stephanie was in the shower and started panicking. At her six-week postnatal check, it was suggested that she may have a prolapse. What is that?
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Case: A patient was referred for pelvic floor evaluation in the setting of rectal prolapse and urinary retention. Preoperative magnetic resonance MR imaging revealed the presence of a posterior cystocele prolapsing through the full-thickness rectal prolapse. Rectal prolapse with concomitant urinary retention should raise suspicion for posterior bladder prolapse.
There's nothing wrong with watching porn from time to time, but some sex acts commonly depicted in adult films have health consequences that aren't depicted on-screen. Milton Diamond, director of the Pacific Center for Sex and Society at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, told Scientific American that he believed porn didn't encourage sexual violence, and could even be preventative. But while the research may suggest that porn does not encourage sexual violence, it also doesn't always present the full picture of how certain sexual behaviors may impact your health and that of your partner. While porn stars are often shown going straight from vaginal to anal sex and vice versa, doing so can actually lead to infection. Fecal matter in the vaginal cavity can cause urinary tract infections, bacterial vaginosis and spread E coli.