Your Pelvic Floor

Endometriosis

Why are women needlessly suffering with endometriosis?

Question: Why are women needlessly suffering with endometriosis?  Answer from Dr. Daniel Gruber, urogynecologist from Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington D.C., part of John Hopkins medicine. This is a very ...

The Endometriosis Questions You're Too Afraid To Ask

Even though endometriosis is an all-too-common disorder affecting up to 11% of American women,1 many still know very little about it. And because it’s a disorder affecting the organs of ...

Incontinence

What is Fecal Incontinence? Diagnosis & Treatment
One of our main goals is to help end the shame so many women ...
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Are there ways to have more bladder control?
Question: “Are there ways to have more bladder control when I cough, sneeze or ...
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Pelvic Health

Is it possible to have pelvic floor dysfunction while still a virgin?

Question: Is it possible to have pelvic floor dysfunction while still a virgin?  Answer from ...
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Does pelvic inflammation make your back hurt? 

Question: Does pelvic inflammation make your back hurt?  Answer from Dr. Daniel Gruber, urogynecologist from ...
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What can a pelvic floor physical therapist do to help?

Question: What can a pelvic floor physical therapist do to help?  Answer from Dr. Daniel ...
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Prolapse

What should I do when I am experiencing Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Question: My pelvic floor is shot. My bladder is in my vagina. What do I do?  Answer from Dr. Daniel Gruber, urogynecologist from Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington D.C., part ...

Treatment Options for Severe Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Sometimes, pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is mild and undetectable, and women don’t realize they are experiencing it until they have a scheduled pap test. For other women, the symptoms may ...

Hormonal Changes

What can I do if I have a short interval between periods?
Question: I am seeing that a period after 15 days isn’t normal. What can ...
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Would having my ovaries removed help me gain hormonal stability?
Question: “I had a partial hysterectomy in 2012 where my uterus and tubes were ...
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Everything You Need To Know About Painful Periods
When adolescent women are taught about getting their period, one of the first things ...
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Hormones After Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Therapy
Treating pelvic floor disorder can range from noninvasive options like Kegel exercises and physical ...
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PCOS

PCOS Myths - Debunking Common PCOS Misconceptions

Anyone in the women’s health field has heard their fair share of harmful myths about ...
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What is PCOS? All About Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

We strongly encourage women to pay attention to their menstrual cycles and speak to their ...
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Polyps & Fibroids

Let's Talk About Polyps and Fibroids

Learning that you may have polyps or fibroids can feel a little scary. Unknown growths tend to take our minds to the worst possible scenarios. We hope to dispel some ...

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UTI

What You Should Know About UTIs
As women, there are three infections that are more common for us than men: ...
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Overactive Bladder

How Overactive Bladder (OAB) Affects Mental Health

If you’re one of the 10-15% of women who experience overactive bladder (OAB), then you’re all too familiar with how it can impact your quality of life.1 You may also ...

What is Overactive Bladder (OAB)?

If you find yourself frequently feeling the urge to urinate, you may be one of the more than 10-15% of women who experience overactive bladder (OAB). 1 While you may ...

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