Women's Health

How To Use Vaginal Weights for Urinary Incontinence


Even though many women leak a little when they laugh, there is nothing funny or enjoyable about urinary stress incontinence. When a woman’s pelvic floor muscles become weak, usually during or after pregnancy or as a result of normal aging,...




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Low back pain and pregnancy

   Some sources suggest as many as 90% of women experience some low back pain with pregnancy – but just because it’s common doesn’t mean it’s natural or necessary. Back pain is more likely as pregnancy progresses, starting between the...

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Get Dry This Summer!

Summertime brings lighter clothing, and this can mean anxiety and lowered participation in activities that bring joy if you are experiencing bladder leakage. Bulky pads and fear of leaking during gardening, chasing children, outdoor walks, and swimming can leave you...

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Vagina Tightening Exercises

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 If you find yourself wondering why you pee when you laugh, or why sex is seemingly less enjoyable, you aren’t alone! If you have had a baby, or lift heavy weights, you have most likely damaged your pelvic floor muscles....

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Why You Pee When Working Out & How to Stop Urinary Leakage During Exercise

      If you leak urine while jumping, lifting, throwing, or running, then you are experiencing pelvic floor dysfunction. Urinary...

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Body after baby: the changes nobody talks about

Sex may be painful after delivery. Women often get a clean bill of health at their 6 week follow up with their OB-Gyn or midwife and attempt to have sex only to find that it uncomfortable or...

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