Peri / Meno/ Postmenopause

The level of estrogen decreases with age. This hormonal change leads not only to sleep disorders, hot flushes and depressive moods but also to a weakening of the connective tissue, decrease in muscle volume and vaginal dryness. Organ prolapse and pain during intercourse are also common problems. Keeping your pelvic floor healthy can ease menopause symptom


During the second part of the menstrual cycle, while breastfeeding or due to a menopause many women experience pelvic floor weakness. This is partly due to the decrease in oestrogen which leads to tissue weakness and tissue loss. In addition, if the organs are descended (prolapse) or there is heavy menstrual bleeding, the pelvic floor is put under an even greater strain.