Pilot Study Assesses Feasibility of Nurse-led Sexual Rehabilitation Program via Oncologynurseadvisor.com

Pilot Study Assesses Feasibility of Nurse-led Sexual Rehabilitation Program A nurse-led sexual rehabilitation intervention is feasible and promising following radiotherapy in patients with gynecologic malignancies, according to a study published in the journal Supportive Care in Cancer.1 Vaginal dilators are recommended to prevent vaginal shortening and stenosis after combined pelvic radiation therapy and brachytherapy; however, … Continue reading Pilot Study Assesses Feasibility of Nurse-led Sexual Rehabilitation Program via Oncologynurseadvisor.com

Why This Woman Is Making a Film About Her Chronic Pelvic Pain via Cosmopolitan.com

By Hayley MacMillen Nov 11, 2016 Documentary filmmaker Shelby Hadden doesn't like telling dates about her vaginismus, a condition in which the vagina's muscles contract as something enters it, for example a tampon or a penis. Hadden has struggled with the condition for eleven years, ever since she first tried and failed to insert a … Continue reading Why This Woman Is Making a Film About Her Chronic Pelvic Pain via Cosmopolitan.com

3 Questions Women Should Ask Their Doctor via WTOP

November 8, 2016 2:19 pm This content is sponsored by Anne Arundel Medical Center Many women are often nervous or even embarrassed to ask their doctor about personal health issues they start experiencing as they get older, specifically when it comes to their pelvic health. Pelvic health disorders can be uncomfortable and confusing. “I see women … Continue reading 3 Questions Women Should Ask Their Doctor via WTOP