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Does Pelvic Organ Prolapse Cause Bladder Leakage?

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a condition with many causes, many different symptoms (or none at all), and many sufferers. Because women often do not understand this condition fully, many ...

Does Nerve Damage Cause Pelvic Floor Disorders?

Understanding the causes, symptoms and impact of pelvic floor dysfunction can empower women to get the treatment they deserve. The role of the nervous system in pelvic floor dysfunction is ...

When To See A Doctor About Your Incontinence

Incontinence is common in women after childbirth, but that doesn’t mean that incontinence is ‘normal’ or not a big deal. Incontinence is a serious, but treatable, condition that can get ...

All About Adenomyosis - Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

There are many pelvic health disorders that can impact women.  One of the lesser known conditions is called Adenomyosis. Today we are covering what Adenomyosis is, how this condition impacts ...

The Fallout of Incontinence - Why Seeking Help is Self Care

For many people, incontinence has been accepted as a fact of life. From young moms to women over the age of 75, incontinence can be minimized as a fact of ...

Busting Incontinence Myths

Incontinence is a common, but embarrassing & lonely condition. Incontinence is rarely discussed openly, and can make people feel ashamed and isolated. Many people plan their trips around access to ...

Motherhood & Incontinence: A Life Beyond Diapers

There are so many rites of passage when becoming a mother – the late nights, the giggles, and all the diapers! But when it comes to strapping on the disposables, ...

What is the Pelvic Floor?

Everyone has one, but no one really talks about them. When you are starting to suffer from symptoms of pelvic floor disorders, such as pelvic pain, heavy bleeding, urinary leakage, ...

Who Treats Pelvic Floor Disorders?

Pelvic floor disorders fall into a category that can span across different medical specialties. If you see your primary care physician regularly, it is likely that they will be your ...

Kegels and Pelvic Floor Exercises - How to Maintain Your Pelvic Floor Muscles

For women, your pelvic floor includes three main organs: the uterus (stores eggs for reproduction); bladder (stores urine before peeing); and the rectum (stores feces before elimination). Normally, these organs ...

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