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.
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.
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.
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.
Cystocele and Urethrocele are the most common types of pelvic organ prolapse, but how can you tell them apart? First, you need to know which one you have, so you can properly address it with the right kind of treatment.
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.
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.
Pregnancy and childbirth are among the most incredible experiences a woman will have. However, pelvic prolapse can occur, which is not incredible. But, here’s what you can do about it.
Deciding between surgical and non-surgical treatment options can be quite difficult and frustrating. After all, Prolapse surgery is a life-altering decision that requires careful consideration.
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.