Natural Treatments for Vaginal Vault Prolapse – No Surgery

Natural Treatments for Vaginal Vault Prolapse - No Surgery!

Surgery is not the only way to treat vaginal vault prolapse. In fact, several women in our community used our natural, science-based solutions to improve and heal prolapse. In this blog, we’ll share them with you.

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Does Acupuncture Work for Constipation?

Acupuncture for Constipation - It works!

Constipation is a common condition for many people because of chronic dehydration and eating processed foods. Acupuncture can help relieve chronic constipation and offer better long-term outcomes than medications, according to scientific studies and real life experiences.

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Distended Bladder (Urinary Retention): Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment for a Distended Bladder (Urinary Retention)

A distended bladder is the inability to urinate normally and can cause a constant feeling that your bladder is full (urinary retention), a slow stream of urine, and abdominal pain. In this blog, we’ll share some ways you can manage it at home.

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How Long Should A Period Last During Perimenopause?

How Long Should A Period Last During Perimenopause?

It’s common for your menstrual flow to vary from light to heavy during perimenopause. But the real question is, how many days are normal perimenopause periods? We will answer this in this blog.

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How To Treat Back Pain Caused By Tight Hip Flexors: The Pelvic Floor Connection

How To Treat Back Pain Caused By Tight Hip Flexors: The Pelvic Floor Connection

While tight hips usually cause pain and discomfort in the upper groin area, it is possible for you to experience lower back pain as well. The problem is that you may not be aware that it might potentially be a symptom of pelvic floor dysfunction. And we’re here to help prevent that from happening.

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Rectal Prolapse vs Hemorrhoids: How To Tell The Difference

Rectal Prolapse vs Hemorrhoids: How To Tell The Difference

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.

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Hip Pain: The Pelvic Floor Connection

How pelvic floor dysfunction may cause your hip pain

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.

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