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Pelvic Floor Disorders

We provide a variety of world-class services for the diagnosis and treatment of Pelvic Floor diseases. Our team of skilled and caring healthcare experts is committed to helping you with personalised care while prioritising your well-being and comfort to ensure you don’t have to deal with the problem in silence. 

Pelvic Floor Disorder is very common, but this does not mean it is normal. Gain the strength back with expert care and support offered by our team at Surya Hospital.

What are Pelvic Floor Disorders?

Pelvic Floor Disorders are a set of illnesses affecting the pelvic floor, which is a complex network of muscles, Ligaments, and connective tissue in the Lower Abdomen, that supports the Bladder, Uterus, Rectum, and other Pelvic Organs.

The condition is marked by the inability of the pelvic muscles to relax or coordinate properly.

Around 1 in every 3 women experience the problem and 1 in 4 women, above the age of 20, present with symptoms like urine and stool leakage.

Types of Pelvic Floor Disorders

Pelvic Floor disorders affect different women in different ways and it is important to understand that the type and severity of symptoms are not the same for everyone.

Based on these types, Pelvic Floor Disorders can be classified into several different types, the most common of which are listed below:

When should you consider seeing our experts?

You should consider seeing our experts if you are experiencing any of the symptoms associated with pelvic floor disorders, especially if these are interfering with the quality of your day-to-day life.

The most common of these include:

What causes Pelvic Floor Disorders?

Pelvic Floor Disorders can be caused by a variety of different factors that contribute to weakening your Pelvic Floor muscles.

Your Pelvic Floor Disorders can be the result of any of the following:

Pelvic Floor Disorders and Fertility

Pelvic Floor Disorders do not have a direct impact on your pregnancy, however, some of the underlying conditions that it may be linked to, can.

This involves conditions like Endometriosis and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. If you have been diagnosed with any of these, our experts can help you with the finest treatments to ensure a safe and healthy pregnancy.

Pelvic Floor Disorders and Pregnancy

Pregnancy is one of the most common causes of Pelvic Floor Disorders and as many as 50% of women experience the problem even before the baby is born.

This could be due to the physical changes in the body, such as weight gain, enlarged uterus and increased blood volume; hormonal changes and complications like constipation, which are common during pregnancy.

Pelvic Floor Disorders are also common in women who’ve had a long and difficult labour.

How we diagnose you

If you are presenting with the symptoms of pelvic floor disorder, our initial goal is to determine the underlying cause in order to curate personalized treatments that yield the best outcomes for you.

Our team generally starts by asking questions related to your medical history and symptoms, followed by a proper pelvic examination.

Other tests that you might be recommended to go for, include:


Treatment for Pelvic Floor Diseases varies depending on the kind and severity of the disorder.

At Surya Hospital, we offer the most advanced and innovative solutions, to help you manage the problem in an efficient and effective way. Here are some common approaches used by our team. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can lifting heavy weights in the gym lead to Pelvic Floor Disorder?

Yes, heavy lifting, especially on a frequent basis, can increase the chances of developing pelvic floor disorders by putting an additional strain on your abdomen, which in turn leads an increased pressure in the Pelvic area. 

Which exercise is best for Pelvic Floor Disorders?

Kegel exercises are the best for your pelvic muscles and are highly recommended by experts worldwide. These help to strengthen your Pelvic Floor muscles, as well as prevent the problem from progressing any further. 

How can I prevent Pelvic Floor Disorders?

Here are a few tips that can help you prevent or lower the risks of Pelvic Floor Disorders:

  • Keep your weight under check 
  • Eat foods rich in fibre to avoid constipation
  • Seek treatment if you have a chronic cough 
  • Don’t strain your abdominal muscles while lifting 
Can Pelvic Floor Disorders recur after treatment?

Yes, Pelvic Floor Disorders can recur after treatment, however, if you take necessary preventive measures and follow the guidelines recommended by your doctor, the chances are very rare. 

Can Pelvic Floor Disorders resolve on their own?

No, Pelvic Floor Disorders do not generally resolve on their own and proper medical intervention is important to manage the problem effectively. 

Still have questions?

It is good to be curious when it comes to your health, but, it is equally important to put your curiosity to rest by seeking expert opinion. Have more questions related to your health?

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