Posts Tagged ‘Pelvic Pain’

The 4 Stages of Endometriosis

What is Endometriosis? In women who suffer from endometriosis, tissues similar to endometrial linings are found outside the uterus and in other parts of the body. The endometrial tissue normally lines the uterus and is what peels off and causes bleeding during menstruation. Because of this, endometriosis is characterized by abnormally heavy and painful periods,…

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Vaginismus and How the Use of Vaginal Dilators Can Help

What is Vaginismus? Vaginismus is a condition wherein the vaginal muscles contract persistently or involuntarily. These painful contractions can range from mildly uncomfortable to extremely painful and usually happen whenever: A partner attempts vaginal penetration during sexual intercourse. A woman tries to insert a tampon. The vaginal area or the surrounding area is touched. Vaginismus…

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9 Steps to Naturally Improving Your PCOS Symptoms

I wrote an article for my body and soul on the 9 steps to naturally improving your PCOS symptoms. Read all about it here-> https://www.bodyandsoul.com.au/nutrition/nutrition-tips/9-steps-to-naturally-improving-your-pcos-symptoms/news-story/ff6ca0154ffe5fb39271b5184d53bf94

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Has anyone told you about pelvic pain?

A little something you should know before your third trimester: pelvic pain is a thing (and a common thing at that). Whether it starts as a niggling pain in your hips, or makes sitting (yes, sitting) uncomfortable, pelvic pain is one of those things they forgot to mention in the glowing pregnancy brochures. Add it…

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3 Things Mothers Need to Know About Their Body After Baby

As published in Living Now Magazine Jan/Feb 2018 https://livingnow.com.au/body-after-baby/ Here are 3 things mothers need to know about their body after baby. Do any of these 3 things affect you? You can begin your healing so you can get back to the lifestyle you love by joining our Mother Nurture Community & Program. Find out…

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Constipation and Pelvic Floor Dyssynergia – What Do They Have In Common?

What is Pelvic Floor Dyssynergia? Pelvic floor dyssynergia is known by many different names including: anismus, puborectalis dyssynergia, paradoxical puborectalis, obstructive defecation, dyssynergic defecation, pelvic outlet obstruction, and pelvic floor dysfunction. To put it simply the pelvic floor muscles are overactive, tight or non-relaxing.   Watch this video on The Overactive Pelvic Floor   What…

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How You Should Poop

Did you know that there is a proper way to poop? That’s right, you’ve probably been pooping wrong for most of your life. If you have issues with constipation, straining, haemorrhoids or fissures, it could be because of the way you poop. You should be emptying your bowels on a daily basis, and it should…

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