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Saturday, October 1, 2016

Pelvic Floor Muscle weakness may cause localized odor

Although MEBO focuses our attention on systemic causes of uncontrollable body or breath odor conditions, we also need to address localized causes, whether in our mouths or on our bottoms. Frequently, sufferers have more than one source of odor, and usually treating the localized sources as well.

In an article in the British Dental Journal, 'Halitosis: a new definition and classification'', Dr. Murat Aydin, DDS, PhD, discusses 5 different types of halitosis, of which 3 are localized. Dr. Aydin insists on this type of classification to best diagnose more accurately in order to ensure that all avenues are thoroughly examined and properly diagnosed.  By better understanding and managing each sufferer’s true cause of his or her own halitosis, which can be one or more of the following classifications, oral, airway, gastroesophageal, blood-borne, and subjective, halitosis can best be controlled.

British Dental Journal 217, E1 (2014)
Published online: 11 July 2014 | doi:10.1038/sj.bdj.2014.552

Likewise we can also consider the Pelvic Floor Function as a contributor of possible causes of body odor.


When these functions are not going well they emerge some signs that warn you about it:

1. Losing urine or flatus when coughing, sneezing or laughing
2. Not reaching a bathroom in time to urinate
3. Constipation
4. Backache
5. Vaginal flatus (Those noises coming out of the vagina during sexual intercourse)

But you need not worry because there is a simple treatment without pain and without surgery: urogynecological physical therapy.

Through exercises, electrical stimulation and self-knowledge you can treat or prevent these disorders of the pelvic floor.

Yes, prevent! For early we take care of our Pelvic Floor, as we take care of our teeth or hair, because it influences in our urinary continence, in our sexuality, in our fecal and urinary excretion, in short, in our quality of life !!

If you notice any of these symptoms or want to prevent them, see your doctor and start urogynecological Physiotherapy now!

It is very important that you seek a specialist and prioritize the care of your intimate health!

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