Greetings!

It was only a few years ago- I had gone back to school to become a lab. assistant. Part of my curriculum was sport- which is actually great. Most kids do not realize how hard it is later in life to find time for sports between work, appointments and family life.

And I loved it, until one day when we started jumping trampoline. After a few jumps I excused myself to the toilet, because I could feel myself losing a little drop of urine with every jump! I have always had a strong pelvic floor (please don’t ask how I know this – explaining would not be G-rated content…) but the recommended pelvic floor exercises after giving birth had had no effect on my stress incontinence at all!

For the next lesson I applied an extra absorbent menstrual pad, but I didn’t want this to be the final solution – after all I was only 25! So I did my little internet research and found out that many women do not profit from traditional pelvic floor exercises – we need resistance training.

So I ordered one of those eggs (medium size) and after training only twice (!!!) there was no trampoline-pee anymore! Even though I train only very sporadically I can now lift and hold 2kg with my vagina. All women out there, who do vaginal weightlifting, please let me know how often you train and how far you got! I am curious!!

By the way, can I just mention how much giving birth can ruin a woman? I lost 2 diopters of eyesight, my joints are damaged, I have a perineal scar that hurts during intercourse and medical exams, my belly looks like it belongs to a 90 years old elephant cow and I have no tits to speak of anymore. It always surprises me when reasonably attractive men want to have sex with me and I warn them – “you would not expect me to look the way I do when I am naked! Are you sure about this? I have given birth – there are changes!” but they are never discouraged somehow.

I am not sure if they really don’t care, if this originates from a sort of medical curiosity, or if they think that because of my damaged status I would be grateful even for a poor performance? By the way, I am not- being a mom just means that I have neither the patience nor the time for bullshit.

Have a wonderful week!