Why Am I Hearing So Much About Pelvic Floor Disorders?

Pelvic floor disorders are being discussed more and more all the time ... and not just in the doctor's office. Find out exactly what a pelvic floor is, what it does, and what can go wrong.


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Can You Manage Urinary Incontinence Without Surgery?

In some cases, both urge and stress incontinence can be managed without surgery. Read more from Dr. Emily Myer - experienced urogynecologist and expert on pelvic floor disorders of all kinds.


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How Do Menstrual Cups Work?

Whether you are a current menstrual cup user or think that something like a Diva Cup® sounds like wizard magic this post will hopefully provide some insight, tips or tricks into the “new” world of menstrual cups. Chances are, even if you haven’t used one, you’ve heard advertising or seen products on the shelf for brands like Diva Cup®, FLEX®, Pixie Cup®, Nixit® or countless others!


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Important Signs and Symptoms of Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian cysts are common and can occur in women of all ages. While most cysts are benign – non-harmful and do not require removal – there are some signs and symptoms that are important. We'll help you identify which symptoms may require immediate attention.


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Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor with These 4 Exercises

The pelvic floor muscles form a hammock-like structure that supports your bladder, bowel and uterus. After childbirth or as you get older, your pelvic floor muscles can become weakened. As a result, you may experience urinary or fecal incontinence, painful sex, involuntary passing of gas, and other symptoms. These exercises can help you strengthen the pelvic floor muscles to prevent problems and to correct existing symptoms.


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