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Understanding Pelvic Inflammation: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

The pelvis is a crucial part of the human body, housing reproductive organs, urinary tract, and digestive system. When inflammation strikes this region, it can lead to discomfort, pain, and ...

Why Do I Suddenly Have a Weak Bladder?

If you’re suddenly peeing more often, or you have the urge to pee more than you remember, you may be wondering: Why do I have a sudden weak bladder? If ...

All About Postpartum Incontinence

A new baby brings a lot of changes, from nighttime feedings to the joy of watching a new life develop. Giving birth also results in changes to your body, and ...

Pelvic Floor Therapy For Constipation

Being constipated is more than annoying—it can cause health issues that are sometimes serious. Constipation is defined as having a problem with passing stool, generally passing fewer than three times ...

Causes Of Frequent Urination

If your inner voice often says, “I have to pee again!”, you know what it feels like to suffer from frequent urination. What is frequent urination? How often is too ...

What Is Pelvic Floor Therapy?

It’s easy for us as women to take pelvic health for granted. We may not even think about important parts of our well-being like our pelvic floor, for instance, until ...

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Treatment At Home

You’re feeling alarmed and overwhelmed because your doctor says you have pelvic floor dysfunction.  What is pelvic floor dysfunction? And are there options for pelvic floor dysfunction treatment at home? ...

Natural Cures For Bladder Infection

Bladder infections are the most common type of urinary tract infections for women. If it burns when you pee, or you have urine that suddenly smells strong, is cloudy or ...

Medications for Bladder Control 

Most women know the feeling—that sudden urge to pee and no bathroom in sight. Some of us have trouble with a constant urge to pee, while others leak urine unintentionally. ...

Understanding the Nuances Between Overactive Bladder (OAB) and Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)

Have you ever found yourself pondering the subtle yet crucial distinctions between Overactive Bladder (OAB) and Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)? It’s a question that often arises, yet clear answers can ...

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