Did you know there are muscles in your pelvis that play a vital role during pregnancy and recovering your intimate health after childbirth? Discover this infographic, dedicated to all new and prospective moms, about the importance of your pelvic floor and how you can strengthen this muscle group after childbirth. Find out about the benefits of the no. 1 doctor recommended solution for pelvic floor recovery after childbirth: Kegel exercises. Discover KegelSmart, the Easiest Way to Kegel >
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