Pelvic Health


Pelvic Health Solutions: Understanding, Preventing, and Managing Pelvic Health Issues

Pelvic health is a crucial yet often overlooked aspect of overall well-being. The pelvic region houses vital organs such as the bladder, reproductive organs, and bowels, playing a significant role ...

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 an Inflamed Pelvis?

What is an inflamed pelvis? It’s a question that might seem straightforward but delves deep into the complexities of reproductive health. This condition, medically known as Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), ...

What Is Uterine Cancer?

There’s one word that sparks the negative emotions of fear and anger in everyone: cancer. We’ve all been touched in some way by this disease, and there are certain forms ...

What Are the Main Causes of Pelvic Health Issues?

As the old saying goes: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Looking after your health is better than dealing with a condition once you have it. ...

How To Properly Use A Pessary

It’s one thing to have a doctor tell you to use a pessary, and quite another to get used to the routine of inserting and removing one. It might leave ...

How Do I Know If I Have Pelvic Congestion Syndrome?

Pelvic pain can be a sign of several conditions, and is one of the main signals of pelvic congestion syndrome. If you have ongoing pain in your pelvis, you may ...

How Long Can I Sit For After A Hysterectomy?

Instructions after surgery typically encourage plenty of rest, but how much rest is too much? Women who have had a hysterectomy need to give themselves time to heal, but does ...

Why We Care About Pelvic Health

Women’s pelvic health issues are receiving more attention than in the past. That’s a good thing, since pelvic health has not ranked high in the world of health care. There ...

What Is Pelvic Health Physical Therapy?

If you’ve been diagnosed with a pelvic condition, there will be different treatment options available. You might think surgery is the first choice, but that’s not always the case. Other ...

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