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Rectal prolapse and hemorrhoids are uncomfortable and painful conditions. Hemorrhoids may initially show similar signs with rectal prolapse but it is important to differentiate both conditions to get the proper treatment.
Perimenopause is the transitional period before menopause. While every woman goes through this, only a few are informed and are able to prepare before horrible symptoms show up.
Transient Incontinence, or temporary urinary incontinence is a type of incontinence caused by an underlying condition that may or may not go away on its own. So it’s important to address it before it gets worse.
A bad fall or tight hips might cause hip pain. But it could also be a sign of pelvic floor dysfunction if you have other symptoms such as lower back pain, pelvic pain, painful sex, and urinary incontinence.
Aside from hormonal changes, pregnancy can cause vaginal dryness due to decreased vaginal moisture. Here, we share the best and safest tips for pregnant women dealing with vaginal dryness.
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.
Women’s health has been put on the back burner by Western Medicine for many decades. This is why so many of your symptoms get overlooked. We say no more. There’s a way out, we’ll show you how.
A cystocele is a condition where a portion of the bladder wall protrudes into the vaginal canal. Whereas, a rectocele occurs when a portion of the rectum wall bulges into the vaginal canal. Both of these prolapses are common after childbirth. Learn how to reverse these conditions, and become symptom-free.
Shortly after childbirth, women might experience postpartum depression, postnatal anxiety, baby blues, or postpartum psychosis. Let’s talk about the differences and how to help mothers get through this difficult time.