Pelvic floor symptoms include pain, bloating, tightness and a lack of circulation.
If you have them, you may be experiencing pelvic floor dysfunction.
Pelvic floors are the structure that supports the lower abdominal wall and upper back muscles.
The pelvic floor is composed of muscles that are in close proximity to each other, like a rubber band.
Pelican floor dysfunction is a condition in which the muscles of the pelvic floor weaken, causing pain, discomfort and an inability to move or sit up.
Pelicoesis is a term used to describe the loss of a specific muscle group that allows movement of the lower body.
In most cases, the muscle in question is the pelvic muscles, but in some cases, they may be a combination of the abdominals, the glutes, the adductors, and the gluteus medius.
You may experience pelvic floor pain if you have: A pelvic floor muscle weakness