Have you ever sneezed and felt a little urine come out? Or maybe you've laughed so hard that you almost wet yourself? The culprit may very well be urinary incontinence.
Most of us, at one point or another, have heard someone talking about pelvic floor muscles or Kegels. However, not all of us have paid attention to it, nor really know where these muscles are located and what their purpose is.
October marks a worldwide campaign dedicated to the awareness of breast cancer. Multiple organizations highlight the importance of education and research for breast cancer, as well as what to look for in an effort to increase early detection. The earlier breast cancer is diagnosed, the better the chance of beating it.
Most women are able to cope with heavy periods, menstrual cramps, and painful sex once in a while. But for up to 10% of women of childbearing age in the United States, these symptoms signal something more serious: endometriosis.