Posts Tagged ‘Pregnancy’

Taking Care, Management and Recovery from Perineal Tears

The perineum is the area located in between and separating your anus and vagina. During labor or childbirth, the strain of the baby coming out of the birth canal and the inability of the vagina to stretch around it can cause the tearing or laceration of the perineum. This relatively common and painful condition is…

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7 Tips on Managing Mastitis

Breastfeeding is another special time in a woman’s life. Aside from the benefit of continuing to nourish your baby, this is also a great way to bond and connect with each other. However, just like pregnancy, breastfeeding is not always rainbows and butterflies. While some women cannot produce enough milk for their baby, others who…

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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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Vulvodynia – 5 Tips to Overcome It

Vulvodynia, pronounced vul-voe-DIN-e-uh, is a chronic condition characterized by discomfort or pain around the vulva. The vulva is the tissue surrounding the vaginal opening that is supported by the pelvic floor muscles. The irritation, burning, or pain associated with vulvodynia can last for at least three months to several years. It can even make activities…

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What is PCOS: The Symptoms and Lifestyle Medication You Need to Know!

Polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS is a common condition where a woman’s ovaries form generally harmless multiple small water-filled cysts or follicles in their ovaries, causing their hormones to become out of balance. Fibroids or noncancerous tumors of muscles and fibrous tissue may also form in the uterus. The condition is marked by increased levels…

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The Mum Bum – 5 Tips on How to Get Rid of a Flat Butt

           HOME    ABOUT    LOGIN × Home About Products Birth Recovery Endometriosis Videos View More… Success Stories For Employers Book A Consultation Media Articles Birth Bladder & Bowel Endometriosis Hormones Menstrual Nutrition Pelvic Pain Pregnancy Recommendations Media Articles Subscribe Contact Members Area In the olden times, men look for women with great shapes not…

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5 Yoga Exercises for Postnatal Depletion (Adrenal Fatigue)

According to Dr. Oscar Serrallach, an Australia-based family practitioner and author, postnatal depletion is the condition when a woman suffers from the consequences of pregnancy and childbearing. He says that during pregnancy, the placenta passes nutrients to the baby and taps on the mother’s reserves. This takes a toll on the mother’s body causing hormonal,…

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5 Signs You Have Vaginismus

Some women experience involuntary contraction and tightening of the vaginal muscles, causing them discomfort or pain. The condition is called vaginismus and affects many aspects of a woman’s life. But what causes vaginismus? What are the symptoms? What are the available treatment options? Keep reading the next sections to find out! What is Vaginismus? Vaginismus…

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Tips for a Fast Recovery after C- Section

Most women usually prefer and try their hardest to give birth normally. Who can blame them, it is not only more economical but also allows for less healing time than a C-section. Because a C-section is an invasive surgical procedure, the recovery that follows is much more complicated than after a vaginal birth. It requires…

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7 Signs and Symptoms of Menopause and What you can do about them

Most ladies talk so much about menstruation and pregnancy, but when it comes to menopause, conversations are a little hush-hush. So when women reach that point after the prime of their lives, conditions associated with menopause can get confusing and hard to deal with. But what exactly is menopause? What are its signs and symptoms?…

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