You might have heard of Osphena for painful intercourse during menopause. Whenever we go to the doctor, like magic they give us a pill to mask our symptoms. Sometimes this pill can cause more damage than the hot flashes, vaginal dryness and mood swings you are experiencing. Serious but less common side effects of Osphena … Continue reading 3 “Menopause Pill” side effects that can be very dangerous.
OCTOBER 19, 2018 By: CHRISTINE COPELAN Cancer isn’t sexy—but facing the disease shouldn’t put a damper on your sex life, according to Claire Postl, a licensed professional clinical counselor who specializes in sex therapy at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. “Cancer can be a rare opportunity to explore sexuality again because everything is going to change,” … Continue reading How to Have Great Sex After Cancer via Parade.com
What happens when you use a VuVa Magnetic Vaginal Dilator? Soft tissue lengthens, relaxing muscles and ligaments. As the tissue relaxes, the Neodymium magnets increase blood flow to the painful area calming nerves. VuVa™ Dilators are the only patented dilators available with Neodymium magnets. Magnetic Therapy is based on the premise that all living organisms exist in a … Continue reading How Do Magnetic Vaginal Dilators work?
WHAT IS VAGINAL ATROPHY? Vaginal atrophy (atrophic vaginitis) is thinning, drying and inflammation of the vaginal walls due to your body having less estrogen. Vaginal atrophy occurs most often after menopause. For many women, vaginal atrophy not only makes intercourse painful, but also leads to distressing urinary symptoms. Because of the interconnected nature of the … Continue reading What is Vaginal Atrophy and how VuVa Dilators can help
CLINICAL TRIAL VUVA VAGINAL DILATORS VS. PLACEBO DILATORS: A DOUBLE BLIND PLACEBO STUDY Eighty percent (80%) of study subjects reported a decrease in overall pain after using the VuVa™ magnetic vaginal dilators. Subjects using the VuVa™ magnetic vaginal dilators experienced an average thirty percent (30%) decrease in pain levels on a standardized tampon test, which is a way to clinically measure pain … Continue reading VuVa Magnetic Dilators Clinical Trial – A Double Blind Placebo Study
By Nesta McGregorNewsbeat reporter 2 October 2018 "You're not always in control of what your body is doing. With or without your input." When Isley Lynn recalls her first sexual experience as a teenager she describes it as a non-starter. "I found it really heartbreaking. I felt like I was broken. I felt at fault … Continue reading Vaginismus: When your body just says no to sex via BBC
FAQ020, September 2017 How common is painful sex? Pain during intercourse is very common—nearly 3 out of 4 women have pain during intercourse at some time during their lives. For some women, the pain is only a temporary problem; for others, it is a long-term problem. Female Pelvic Anatomy The internal female reproductive organs and … Continue reading How common is painful sex and what causes it? via ACOG
NEWS / 14 SEPTEMBER 2018, 10:19AM / BOTHO MOLOSANKWE Johannesburg - Studies have shown that at least 20% of all women experience some sort of pelvic floor disorder with this figure rising to 50% in those who have had more than one child. According to Dr Preena Sivsankar from The Urology Hospital, Pretoria, many women in developing countries do … Continue reading Pelvic floor disorder rising in women with more than one child – study