A top down view to intro the bones
So far, we've learned the pelvic ﬂoor muscles work with some of your other parts to close things off and stop bladder problems like your pee and poo leaking out. But what about when you need to use the bits of your body down there?
The Pelvic Floor Muscles ﬁll the space between your tail bone, pubic bone and sit bones (bones you actually sit on) and close or opens for pee, poo and sex.
This diagram shows how your muscles can close off the bottom of the pelvis, while still allowing sex, childbirth and peeing and pooing at a time of your choice.