I have lost count of the number of messages I’ve received from women asking ‘Am I too late?’ “Can you heal diastasis recti years later?’ Mums believing or worrying they have simply left it too late to make a difference. Sound like you? Keep reading, we’ve got you.
The truth is we never really stop being postpartum, and we don’t need to put an expiry date on recovery.
Your ab muscles haven’t changed or evolved into something scary. Nothing is broken, nothing is stretched or weakened beyond recovery. You have the same muscles, albeit changed and temporarily weaker or less ‘connected’ than they were before. If you have diastasis recti, which is very likely postpartum, the muscles have separated as well.
So, can you heal diastasis recti years later? Yes! We have mothers enjoying the benefits of MUTU System whose children are in school, in their 20s, 30s or beyond. They discovered years after giving birth, searching for answers, and almost giving up, that they really don’t need to put up with unwanted symptoms anymore.
“My youngest baby was 32 last December! I’m a grandma 3 times over and I’m 62, and 4.5 weeks into MUTU… My tummy is definitely shrinking and I only wish I had had this programme when I was first a mummy in 1980!”
You can fire up that connection again and start using your muscles properly and effectively. It doesn’t matter how long ago you had your baby, the award-winning, medically recommended program can help.
87% of women in our NHS Clinical Trial saw improvement in their diastasis recti by Week 3!Trial with 100 women at NNUH NHS Trust 2020