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Kegel Exercise and Episiotomy: Keeping Yourself Safe After Giving Birth

One of the many side effects of getting pregnant and delivering a child is tearing in the vaginal area. This is often referred to as the perineal tear as it is actually the tissue between the vagina and the perineum or anum that gets torn at child delivery.

Sometimes, this process is necessary if the baby has grown too big to fit in the mother’s vagina. Also, if it is taking too long for the baby’s head to come out of the birth canal, gynecologists decide to do episiotomy to accelerate the delivery.

Of course, after tearing the tissue, gynecologists will have to sew the torn tissue together after they took out the baby. This is necessary to keep the size and shape of a woman’s vagina.

What Happens After Sewing the Perineal Tear?

After delivery, stitches in the perineal tear may become itchy and sore. So you must remember not to open your legs too wide several months post partum. This is to ensure that your stitches will heal rapidly and naturally. This also means less sexual activities for you and your husband.

Because it is an open wound, you have to always keep it clean and disinfected as it heals. You may undergo herbal bath to prevent infection, speed up healing, and for pain relief.

When it’s completely healed, you’ll be left with a scar on your vagina, which is really not that attractive. To prevent a scar, you can use pure vitamin E after the tear has fully closed. Frequently apply to ensure there will be no scars.

Normally, perineal tear is fully closed and healed after 6 weeks of giving birth. You can resume doing sexual intercourse, but in a gentle manner. It is better to set precautions so as not to open up the wound and attract infection.

Preventing Perineal Tear and Episiotomy

Afraid of going through this operation and the recovery? You can actually prevent from getting perineal tear – simply by committing to daily kegel exercises before and during pregnancy. Kegel exercises are a specific type of exercise designed to strengthen and tone pelvic floor muscles and vaginal muscles. This helps in a lot of healthy ways, preventing incontinence and other related disorders. Also, it helps women go through pregnancy and child delivery without having to undergo episiotomy.

It makes the pelvic floor muscles and vaginal muscles stronger and more tone, preparing it for child delivery. Because of regular kegel exercises your muscles are more equip and are in better shape to handle delivering your baby even if it’s a pound or two big. So there really is no need for episiotomy and that dreaded recovery.


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    Kegelmaster Instructions

    Make sure you lubricate the vaginal area with a water soluble natural lubricant and lubricate the Kegelmaster at the tip. Place the Kegelmaster between your thighs, insert the unit into your vaginal opening until it is firmly in place. You will notice this when the Kegelmaster feels much smaller and locks into place.

    Grasp your Kegelmaster firmly, you are now ready for your initial adjustment!! This is done by turning the knob at the top of the Kegelmaster counterclockwise - until the knob is no longer touching the top of the Kegelmaster and until you feel a slight pressure. This should not be uncomfortable.

    NOTE: If the knob is at the top of the Kegelmaster and you don't feel any pressure from the Kegelmaster putting resistance against the vaginal muscles, then you will have to add another spring. If you have the right tension, squeeze down against the Kegelmaster. If you are easily able to clamp down with your vaginal muscles completely for thirty reps (closings), remove the unit from your vagina and change the position of the spring, moving forward one pin (see Power Spring Combinations). If you are still able to easily close down all the way, for thirty reps - after insertion, then you must move the single spring back to the rear pin (1) and add a spring to the next forward pin (2), then repeat the process.

    Power Spring Combinations:

    1,2,3,4, 1*2, 1*3, 1*4, 2*4, 3*4, 1*2*3, 1*2*4, 1*3*4, 2*3*4, 1*2*3*4

    The ideal spring tension is determined by one's ability to close the Kegelmaster at the beginning of the exercise and become unable to close it completely at the end of 30 reps. This is not hard to do and it is a lot of fun to see how many of the springs you can squeeze for 30 reps, having difficulty with the last five. The exercise sequence starts with 3 sets of 30 reps daily. With each rep you attempt complete closure of the Kegelmaster, pausing in between each set of 30 reps for 3-5 seconds. It is recommended to work up to 6 sets of 30 reps a minimum of 3 times a week. An individual may do more sets, but it is not advisable to exceed 30 reps. A final fatigue of the muscle until the last rep is performed with very little vaginal movement is your goal. When you are finished, close the device before removing! Gently close the device, tighten the knob and slowly remove the Kegelmaster.

    Ideally, use the kegel exerciser twice a day, morning and evening. For women with prolapse, it is recommended to use the Kegelmaster in the morning to start with.

    For prolapse or any other medical condition, please consult your doctor before purchasing the Kegelmaster.

    The Kegelmaster is cleared and deemed effective by the FDA as a medical device for incontinence.

    We in no way intend to diagnose, treat or make any medical claims about the Kegelmaster.

    Cleaning the Kegelmaster is simple. Use an anti-bacterial cleaner after each use. Open device, remove springs, and use a small brush to reach all areas of the Kegelmaster. Dry and store for the next use.