Women's Health

Guide to Pelvic Floor Release With Exercises

Conditions of chronic pelvic pain are often caused by tightness in the pelvic floor. As many as one in seven people suffer from chronic pelvic pain, often spending years trying to receive a proper explanation and diagnosis for their pain....

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Vulvectomy Surgery: Treatment and Tips for Healing

Vulvectomy is a gynecological surgery technique involving partial or complete removal of the right, the left, or both areas of the vulva. This procedure is usually utilized as a means of treatment for cancer of...

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How to Treat Deep Pelvic Floor Pain Using Wand Therapy

Deep pelvic floor muscle tension, tender points, and trigger points are often the culprit of pelvic pain. Chronic clenching of the pelvic floor muscles, or habitual postures such as leg crossing, or tucking the tailbone under as commonly...

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Why Does Sex Hurt After Giving Birth?

Women who give birth both vaginally and via cesarean section (c-section) are often alarmed to experience pain with sex after having a baby. It is understandable that injuries to the skin and pelvic floor muscles due to vaginal delivery may...

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Why Sex Can Be Painful After Menopause

Painful Sex With Menopause: Why It Happens And How To Fix It Menopause is the natural transition in women from a period of fertility to the conclusion of ovulation and menstruation. Menopausal changes include a shift in...

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5 Signs You Should Visit Your Women's Health Practitioner

 Experts recommend that all women who are sexually active have regular check-ups with a women’s health practitioner. This might be an obstetrician gynecologist (OBGYN), a gynecologist, a midwife, a nurse practitioner, or even your general practitioner. The ACOG, in fact,...

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