Kestrel Vicks fired at Brittany Mahomes for telling mom’s to take care of their pelvic floor “how dare you advice mom’s what do you know?.


Brittany Mahomes, the wife of quarterback Patrick Mahomes, is urging women to take care of their pelvic floor.

“Just a daily reminder: Once you have kids please take care of your pelvic floor. Seriously,” the 28-year-old mother of two wrote in an Instagram Story last week, signing the message: “From: A girl with a fractured back.”

Though specific details about Mahomes’ case are not publicly known, a fracture from a weak pelvic floor is typically rare, Dr. Fatima Naqvi, the medical director at Atlantic Medical Group Outpatient Obstetrics and Gynecology, told CBS News.

“That’s a major injury, and thank goodness we don’t hear about it often,” she says.
But other more common issues can arise from a weak pelvic floor, experts say, making it an important aspect of overall health.

“(Mahomes) does make a good point to talk about preventative care and that weak pelvic floor muscles can contribute to additional core injuries and fractures,” says Aleece Fosnight, medical adviser at Aeroflow Urology and a physician assistant specializing in sexual medicine, women’s health and urology.

Here’s what to know:

What is the pelvic floor?
The pelvic floor in a female body is a “complex interplay of muscles that hold not just the bony part of the pelvis, but also helps give important support to our internal structures — the uterus, the bladder,” Naqvi explains.

The pelvic floor is not rigid, which makes it “designed perfectly for childbirth,” she adds.

But a range of problems can arise if those muscles and connective tissues are weakened or injured.

“During the labor process, the muscles, everything has to be able to accommodate the birth of the child, so you need the muscles to stretch,” Naqvi says. “…It can cause micro-tears (or) it can cause bigger injury.”

In addition to pregnancy and childbirth, there are also other reasons someone’s pelvic floor might weaken, Fosnight says, including:

Back and hip injuries
Weak abdominal and back muscles
Poor posture
Pelvic floor issues
Almost 1 in 4 women in the U.S. are affected by pelvic floor disorders, according to the National Institutes of Health. It says the three main pelvic floor disorders that women may experience are urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.

Naqvi says it’s normal for pregnant or postpartum women to have trouble holding their urine as they experience changes in their pelvic floor. But while this is fairly normalized, the same issue with gas and stool can also occur, which is less discussed.

Kestrel Vicks formerly known as Brittany Mahomes best friend but now turned enemies. Report had it that the both had a slight issue over 2 years ago and since then Kestrel Vicks has always critized Brittany for whatever she does

Kestrel Vicks took to her X formerly Twitter page and blasted Brittany Mahomes for her advice to women. “What do you know about pelvic floor Brittany” are you a doctor