We Need To Talk About Diastasis Recti
Diastasis recti is a condition which affects at least 60 percent of postpartum women. In spite of being a relatively common postpartum condition, little research has been done on DR and many women are unaware of it.
This article follows the story of Jenna Angst, a woman who had difficulty finding out why her belly protruded despite her reverting to her original weight after giving birth.
While exercise may help, repairing DR often involves strengthening the pelvic floor and transverse abdominis muscles.
Read more here. “The post-pregnancy belly problem that nobody tells women about”
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