59: Bonus: Why sexual health literacy is important living with pelvic organ prolapse and the practical ways you can get back to your ultimate sexual wellbeing, with Sexologist Chantelle Otten
Today we are sharing a sneaky bonus episode for Season Two.
Initially, this episode was only going to our private Tips & Tricks for Women Living with POP - Facebook group.
Then after listening through after production, I was like, how can I not share this with everyone who tunes into this podcast? Because you might find some things in here that are really helpful for you as a parent in terms of how to start conversations about pelvic sexual health with your own children.
Our conversation with Psycho-Sexologist, Chantelle Otten is so important to anyone who is wanting to feel better about their sexual health, self-esteem, and communication.
If you're like many of us, talking about this may not come easy. This is why having conversations like this on a podcast is the best way to have access to this information without anyone needing to know!
Please note: we are sharing a special announcement in this episode which means the introduction goes beyond our normal 3-4 minutes. If this is something that's not for you, simply skip to around 10 minutes in.
My favourite quote from this chat: "Just go gently, it's not something you have to rush into".
This episode is for you if you want to know more about:
pelvic floor dysfunction
pelvic organ prolapse
sexual health and wellbeing
tips to helping your intimate life with yourself and/or your partner
how to start the conversation about your sexual health with your partner
when to start talking to your own children about their pelvic health and wellbeing