I have been contacted for advice by a lady who, 14 months after giving birth is struggling with a prolaspe. She attended my pregnancy yoga classes and I did a few postnatal one to one sessions with her shortly after the birth, focusing on the reverse breathing and birthlight postnatal recovery techniques. Despite this and doing pelvic floor exercises pre & postnatally, she is still suffering with vaginal prolaspe. Her GP has advised no matter how much pelvic floor exercise she does, it won't change as the damage is internal due to natural childbirth. She was referred to consultants who recommended surgery (Laproscopic Hyteropexy).
It seems she is keen to avoid surgery if possible has done her own research and mentions a book called 'Holding the Ball- how I survived pelvic organ prolapse without surgery and Michelle Kenway (Australian Physiotherapist's) exercise book.
I have pointed her in the direction of a local pyhsio that specialises in women's pelvic health but wondered if anyone is aware of any other resources, information or yoga techniques in addition to pelvic floor exercises, that maybe helpful.
Many Thanks in advance for any comments or help