As you may know, when I first realised I had pelvic floor problems, I REALLY struggled to find any decent information or support. The good news is that things are slowly improving.

Women's hands together in a circle - Photo by Hannah Busing on Unsplash
Photo by Hannah Busing on Unsplash

There are some excellent resources out there, once you know where to look! Below are some of the ones that I have found useful, or that have been recommended to me. It's not an exhaustive list, so drop me a line if you know of any others.

I do have an affiliate relationship with a few of the brands mentioned, where WMDJ earns commission on sales. Where this is the case, I will make it obvious!

Information and Support

Fitness Programmes

  • Holistic Core Restore - Pelvic floor and core fitness programmes
  • MUTU System - Online exercise programme for postnatal recovery, diastasis and pelvic floor*
  • POPUp - Evidence-based guidance & support for Pelvic organ prolapse*
  • Restore Your Core - 12-week online exercise programme for any woman with core issues*
  • Vibrant Pelvic Health - online programmes to help you overcome your pelvic health issues*

(*I have an affiliate relationship with these brands. This means that the links have a special tracking code and receive a commission from each sale, at no extra cost to you.)



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Mobile Apps

  • Couch to 5K -NHS running app for beginners. If you have pelvic floor problems, take advice from a health professional first.
  • Squeezy - NHS app which reminds you to do your pelvic floor exercises and provides a visual aid. It also has a directory of pelvic health physios so you can find one near you.


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Links & resources

I've found it hard to find much in the way of support for people with pelvic floor dysfunction. Here are a few links I've pulled together.
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Cat Pearson is a doodler, designer and mum based in east London. After crying and laughing her way through Series One, Cat hooked up with Helen to help her bring more positive and honest stories to life through illustration.
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