There are more than 13,044 practicing urologists worldwide. The majority of people that work in Urogynecology do so to help their patients with various pelvic issues that they might be experiencing. If you’re experiencing one of the many pelvic floor issues, it’s time to see a UroGyn and reap the benefits of scheduling an appointment. Read More >>

Pelvice floor diet

Are you someone who is suffering from a pelvic floor dysfunction, and you’ve had enough? According to a study, around 25% of women in the U.S suffer from pelvic floor disorders, which consist of urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse. While we understand your frustration, we would also like to tell you that Read More >>

urinary retention in women

While anyone can experience urinary retention, it is most common in men who are in their fifties or sixties. This means that much of the information available is specific to older men even though it is possible for women to develop the same condition. Urinary retention in women is relatively rare, with an estimated 3 Read More >>

interstitial cystitis

Did you know that one to five people out of 100,000 live with interstitial cystitis (IC)? Even more, up to 12% of women in the population are living with early symptoms of the condition. All of these people are dealing with bladder pain, pelvic pain, pelvic pressure, and overall discomfort. Some people are even dealing Read More >>

vaginal dryness

As many as 17% of women experience vaginal dryness pre-menopause, and this figure increases significantly after menopause takes place. Embarrassment and a lack of awareness mean that this common issue is not discussed openly, leaving many women in the dark. You might be wondering what causes vaginal dryness, or how you can prevent this condition Read More >>

nerve stimulation

Did you know that one in three women experience pelvic floor disorders? Pelvic floor muscles can weaken for a variety of reasons, which leads to urinary incontinence and other issues. There are several exercises you can do to strengthen your pelvic floor; however, sometimes they aren’t enough. Another effective treatment option is electrical nerve stimulation.  Read More >>

strong pelvic floor

The muscles of your pelvic floor have an important job to do. They protect the bladder, bowels, and uterus–and can become weakened by a number of things including chronic coughing, childbirth, and more. We tend not to think about the pelvic floor until it is in a weakened state. The reality is that having a Read More >>

how often should you get checked for STDs

In 2019, there were more than 2,554,908 confirmed STD cases globally. With such a staggering number, it’s concerning and makes you wonder how often should you get checked for STDs. Below, we’ve created a comprehensive guide about STD testing and some of the common signs of an STD that you might not know. Who Needs Read More >>

16 Feb, 2021 admin

UTI: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

A Urinary Tract Infection, more commonly known as UTI, is an infection in any part of your urinary system. A UTI can affect your kidneys, bladders, ureters, and urethra. Most people afflicted by UTI are affected in the lower part of their urinary tract, namely, the urethra and the bladder. Women have a more significant Read More >>

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11 Jan, 2021 admin

Natural Remedies for Vaginal Dryness

Are you suffering from vaginal dryness? Vaginal atrophy is one of the most significant complaints made by women going through menopause. It is second only to hot flushes. Vaginal dryness is a distressing condition that can result in pain and itchiness for women going through it. The considerable discomfort caused by vaginal atrophy can become Read More >>