These pelvic health advice sessions are recommended for all to attend during and after pregnancy. The sessions are led by Norfolk & Waveney NHS Perinatal Pelvic Health Service who aim to support all women and birthing people by increasing awareness of pelvic health topics such as exercise in pregnancy and the birthing year, bladder control, constipation and pelvic floor exercises!
There are two sessions;
To try and suit everyone, the team are offering these sessions either virtually or face to face. Click below for the available dates and times at each location.
If you would like to ask any questions, or require a 1-2-1 for a translator or carer to be present, please contact us by emailing email@example.com.
These sessions will cover exercising safely during pregnancy, the pelvic floor and how to exercise it, happy bladders and bowels during pregnancy, perineal tears and how to reduce them as well as extra resources and support.
These sessions will cover recovery and physical activity, the pelvic floor and how to exercise it, stomach muscles after birth, happy bladder and bowels, returning to yourself and sex as well as resources and how to seek support if you need it.