Sexual position and bladder prolapse
Dec 20, - Women with pelvic floor disorders can find sex uncomfortable or painful. PeriCoach reveals Avoid being on top (“cow girl” position), as well as having sex standing up; these positions allow your prolapsed organ to drop down toward the vagina, which can make sex painful or uncomfortable. Instead, try a. Sex and cystocele? | Pelvic Floor and Bladder Issues | HysterSisters Adrianna. Age: 20. I've been told I'm 8ft tall when I walked into a room but in reality I'm fun size! Very confident and super spunky personality Never before has it been so quick- but the results in POP the next few days after were not as good as usual You may find that you feel some discomfort during sex, depending on how severe your prolapse is. Experimenting with different positions can help with this as well; a good one to ease discomfort is to lie on your side with your partner behind you – this means that the penis will not penetrate as deeply. Try to keep your pelvic. Nataly. Age: 18. Are you coming to Copenhagen soon or already here? Charming sexy Alex loves to tease, please and seduce :) Does sexual position affect prolapse? So far in my scientific test (All in the name of science I hasten to add - lololol). I have found that Missionary position seems to make the Cystocele prolapse feel better - higher maybe - For anything up to a fortnight afterwards - Which is cool lol. Give me a position to test and I shall endeavour to test it out - sex with a cystocele. Dec 28, - Sex and cystocele? I would try different positions to see what is most comfortable. I had pain in some positions and not others. Hope this helps! Plenty of lube is good too. Sherry Sex Positions after total hysterectomy and prolapse repair. Rebeccas. Age: 21. Welcome to my profile gentleman Sexuality. Our sex lives are sometimes hard for us to talk about. We struggle to tell our children "the facts of life," and we struggle to tell our partners what pleases us. Sex is personal, and, at its best, is an intimate treasure savored privately. We each want to please and be pleased, to feel warm, safe, and desired. For many. I had a slight prolapse after my 2nd child as labour was quite quick! I was worried that it had not improved much after 2 months (after many pelvic floor exercises!) I saw my GP who assured me it was minor and to keep doing pelvic floors as it can take weeks to notice a difference. I asked about intercourse.