Pelvic Floor Reconstruction has become a hot topic among women with prolapse. But what permanent effects does it have on your womb? Read more to learn about less risky and natural long-term solutions.
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.
Diastasis recti is a separation of your abdominal muscles, whereas a hernia is a protrusion of an organ. Although they seem related, here’s how you can tell them apart.
You might find that your breasts remain sore even after your period ends. This is not something to ignore! Here are some reasons why this happens, aside from PMS.
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!
Pessaries are recommended for women with urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. Yet, studies show that long-term use can create unwanted symptoms, discomfort, and lower the quality of life (QoL) in women.
Overactive and underactive pelvic floor muscles fail to fully contract and relax. While they both signify weakness in your pelvic floor, each has distinct symptoms and treatment.