Let’s start with what Constipation feels like
- Difficult and painful bowel movements.
- Bowel movements fewer than three times a week.
- Feeling bloated or uncomfortable.
- Feeling sluggish.
- Abdominal pain.
Constipation can result from diet changes, insufficient water intake, or not enough...
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Pelvic floor physiotherapy can help with challenges like incontinence and organ prolapse to regain control and confidence in your life.
Pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT) is a specialty area within physical therapy focusing on the...
I recently had a great conversation with MCP Product Specialist Angela Yamaoka about pelvic health screening, incontinence, and what to do when you are experiencing the symptoms.
I will list the key points of our conversation, and you can watch the video below.
- Incontinence is a...
If you prefer to read rather than do an online program, I have 4 books for you to choose from. Take some time to relax and unwind with a book that will educate and empower your health and wellbeing.
For Pregnancy and Childbirth
Prepare to Push™
This book informs and empowers women...
Genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM) is also known as vulvovaginal atrophy or atrophic vaginitis. It is caused by a decrease in estrogen production.
This condition is progressive and may affect many aspects of a woman's physical, emotional, and sexual health.
As women face...
Our bodies have a decline in estrogen as we approach menopause which can influence tissues in and around our vagina, the bladder, and our pelvis.
Before we discuss estrogen, let's look at the definition of Perimenopause and Menopause
Technically, menopause is ONE DAY marking the one day that is...
Incontinence, chronic back pain, organ prolapse are common challenges for women but they are not something you need to live with or accept as normal.
As women we want to prioritize our pelvic health and not accept common challenges like incontinence and prolapse or painful and unsatisfying sex.
Whether you are experiencing pelvic floor symptoms or not, or don’t know what these symptoms would feel like, it's never too late to learn about YOUR body.
Pelvic health is an important topic for EVERYONE, not just women who are pregnant and postpartum.
Improving women's awareness of...
We are talking about Pelvic Organ Prolapse.
Research indicates that up to 50% of women have some degree of Pelvic Organ Prolapse.
“Pelvic Organ Prolapse has been on medical record for nearly 4000 years, dating back to the Kahun Gynaecologic Papyrus circa 1835 B.C., yet remains shrouded in...
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There are hot flashes and memory issues. Your sleep quality declines and your mood… who KNOWS what that’s gonna do….and then there’s your s-e-x life!
Let’s be blunt: Menopause kinda sucks.
If you are over 40 and were born with a uterus. This is...