Let’s talk about sex! All week long, we are going to be sharing content from our writing team as well as from local resources related to sex and healthy sexuality! Today, we are thrilled to welcome Dr. Brenda Heinecke of Revitalize Physical Therapy for a video conversation about how some issues in your pelvic floor may be adversely affecting your sex life and what you can do about it!
If you’ve ever experienced pain or discomfort during sex, that is not normal and should not be accepted as such. Dr. Brenda shares some valuable insight into what may by causing pain as well as why many women often don’t even recognize discomfort during sex as pain, leading in some issues being allowed to persist.
Get your personal sex assessment and blueprint from Revitalize Physical Therapy here: https://revitalize-pt.com/better-sex-blueprint/
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VIDEO WITH DR. BRENDA – TOPICS COVERED:
- What does “normal” mean when it comes to my body and healthy sexuality?
- Physical barriers that could be inhibiting someone from experiencing satisfying sex: pain, discomfort, decreased libido, impaired orgasm, etc.
- What are some warning signs that there might be a pelvic floor issue affecting my sexual experience?
- Let’s talk Lubricants…..are all created equal? SPOILER: You’ll be shocked at what ingredients are in common lubricants!
Disclaimer: In this video, we acknowledge that our language is imperfect. Pelvic floor therapy in the transgender community is a rapidly growing and evolving field and for the purposes of this conversation, we used female pronouns, however the information shared would absolutely apply to persons who identify as male or non-binary who have the genitalia discussed. Stay tuned for an upcoming article from Revitalize Physical Therapy where we we share local resources for pelvic floor health in the trans community.