The pelvic floor muscle(骨盆底肌肉) refers to a group of muscles that form a hammock-like structure at the bottom of the pelvis. Your pelvic floor muscles hold the significant organs in your pelvis in place and protect them. It plays a vital role in supporting the pelvic organs, maintaining continence, and contributing to sexual function.
The pelvic floor muscle serves several essential functions:
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