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The Complete Guide To Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

If you were experiencing sore legs or tight muscles in your back, a physical therapist would probably be the first person you called. But many people who are experiencing pelvic ...

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction & Virginity: Are The Two Related?

Many women associate issues with their reproductive organs and pelvic floor with sexuality, believing that there are certain conditions that only affect sexually active women. And of course it’s true ...

Everything You Need To Know About Painful Periods

When adolescent women are taught about getting their period, one of the first things they learn is that cramping is normal. And of course that’s true – menstrual cramps are ...

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction - Why Women Are Suffering In Silence

Pelvic floor disorders like incontinence, endometriosis and organ prolapse are common conditions that affect millions of women across the world. Although many of these conditions can be treated and improved, ...

Hormones After Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Therapy

Treating pelvic floor disorder can range from noninvasive options like Kegel exercises and physical therapy, to medication and, in some cases, surgery. The type and severity of your pelvic floor ...

All About Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

The pelvis is a complex area of the body. When everything is functioning well, the organs of the pelvis control both eliminating waste and your menstrual cycle and, of course, ...

Care & Recovery After Pelvic Floor Disorder Surgery

Perhaps you were a little embarrassed at first (even though there was no need to be), but you’ve finally worked up the nerve to take care of your pelvic floor ...

Is Heavy Lifting Safe For Your Pelvic Floor?

There are several risk factors for pelvic floor disorders that you have no control over, such as genetics, age, and whether or not you’ve given birth vaginally. But lifestyle also ...

Water Intake & Incontinence: How Much Should I Be Drinking?

We’ve all heard it so much it’s practically drilled into our heads: you need to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day, and probably a lot more, if ...

Tampons & Pelvic Floor Exercises: Is It Safe?

We all know that exercise is essential to a healthy body, and that’s definitely true when it comes to your pelvic floor. Women who start exercising this part of their ...

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