Direct discrepancy: what is the risk of diastasis and why you should not rush to the surgeon soon after birth
Diastasis — divergence of the rectus abdominis – occurs in most people, but not everyone suspects it. It all depends on the degree of discrepancy. In the risk zone, women who have just given birth-they are the ones who most often face this cosmetic flaw, which can turn into serious health problems.
Diagnostics at home
40% of women who become mothers face this problem. In men, diastasis also occurs, but about ten times less often. How do I diagnose diastasis? Continue reading