Introduction: Why You Should Care about Pelvic Health if You Have Lichen Sclerosus
For today’s video, I am joined by Penny, a fellow LS warrior, and founder and CEO of the Pelvic Health Yoga Membership. The topic of this video is pelvic health and lichen sclerosus. Particularly, we discuss why it's so important for folks with LS to prioritze their pelvic health. Further, we share how the Pelvic Health Yoga Membership can help.
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0:00 – Introduction
2:08 – Penny's Diagnosis Story
10:20 – Penny's LS in her early twenties (multiple surgeries)
18:38 – Penny's experience with lichen sclerosus and pelvic floor dysfunction
23:45 – Why pelvic health is so important if you have lichen sclerosus
32:30 – The Pelvic Health Yoga Membership
48:10 – Final thoughts and outro
It is important to not just think of our vulvas when it comes to healing and managing our LS. Our pelvic floor muscles are intimately connected to the vulva. Further, tight pelvic floor muscles can cause vulvar itch and burning, which, just makes things harder to manage. I like to be proactive and ideally address things before they begin. That's why one of the first things I did post diagnosis was work with a pelvic floor PT, and now I manage my pelvic health and lichen sclerosus by partaking in the Pelvic Health Yoga Membership, doing my pelvic floor homework that I got from PT, and doing a lot of pelvic floor breathing.
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