Did you know that your pelvic floor is working 24/7? That’s right! Your pelvic floor helps support your pelvic organs which include the bladder, colon, rectum, and reproductive organs. While your pelvic floor keeps working, it’s essential to strengthen your muscles. The health of your pelvic floor is important and as we move further into the new year, consider improving your pelvic health with these tips and tricks!
If you’re one of 5 million women in the United States who have endometriosis and you want to get pregnant, fear not. Many couples are still able to get pregnant with a little assistance. Discover all that you need to know about fertility and endometriosis, and we’ll also dispel some myths along the way!
Painful. Frustrating. Isolating. Having a chronic inflammatory disease like endometriosis can be all of these things, but it doesn't have to be that way. Endometriosis is a disorder in which the lining of the uterus (endometrium) grows elsewhere within the abdominal or pelvic region. While there is no cure, there are ways to treat this often misunderstood condition. With the right treatment options, you can find relief from the symptoms that have held you back from living a happy and healthy life.
The holiday season offers an excellent time to spend with family and friends. It’s also a time for many, that may be hectic and create feelings of stress. With ever-growing to-do lists, presents to purchase and wrap, and events to attend, stress (even excitement) can be a bit much on women who are pregnant.
Painful periods are something that women may experience during their menstrual cycle. Unfortunately, the pain may affect daily activities and become a burden. Do you ever wonder if your symptoms are normal? Knowing whether or not you’re suffering from a painful period or a chronic condition like endometriosis is crucial to your pelvic health. In this blog, we’ll walk through the difference between painful periods and endometriosis.