The tailbone, or coccyx, is at the base of the spine and helps support the pelvis. Persistent tailbone pain is called Coccydynia and could be caused by pelvic floor dysfunction.
UTIs are more common in women than men, but the good news is antibiotics and surgery aren’t the only options! Homeopathic remedies are effective, but which ones are the best? Let’s explore those now.
Women frequently report feeling tired during ovulation as a result of significant hormonal changes, but is this normal? Here are some tips to help you combat period fatigue.
There are many at-home remedies that promise to tighten a loose or saggy vagina. They often come in handy when seeking safer and cheaper alternatives. But, do they really work? Find out.
Fibroids are muscular tumors that grow in the wall of the uterus (womb). Women with symptoms often have pain and heavy menstrual bleeding. Treatment for uterine fibroids depends on your symptoms.
Over time, your pelvic floor muscles can weaken, resulting in ‘a loose or saggy vagina’. But don’t worry, you won’t need surgery to see improvement, there are lots of natural remedies!
There are over 4,900 symptoms that our modern medical system has no treatment or answers for. This can largely be attributed to historical biases that make the system ill-equipped to treat women effectively.