Repost from Contemporary OB/GYN Written by Nancy Monson Sep 11, 2018 The Minimizing Painful Vaginal Penetration (MPVP) model can help healthcare professionals educate and support cancer survivors with dyspareunia, according to an article published in Nursing2017. The model focuses on helping clinicians identify “causes and consequences” of dyspareunia and nonpharmacologic self-care interventions. It also links clinical concepts … Continue reading New counseling model can help minimize vaginal pain in cancer survivors via Contemporary OB/GYN
DO YOU SUFFER FROM ANY OF THE FOLLOWING? Vaginal dryness Light bleeding after intercourse Discomfort with intercourse Decreased vaginal lubrication during sexual activity Shortening and tightening of the vaginal canal VUVA NEODYMIUM VAGINAL DILATORS CAN HELP WHAT IS VAGINAL ATROPHY? Vaginal atrophy (atrophic vaginitis) is thinning, drying and inflammation of the vaginal walls due to … Continue reading What is Vaginal Atrophy? Why is sex painful?
This post was written by Tara Langdale, the inventor of VuVa Magnetic Vaginal Dilators. VuVa Dilators have helped over 11,000 women who suffer from painful intercourse. To learn more about VuVa Vaginal Dilators visit www.vuvatech.com So I ordered a SmartJane™ test and I am a happy I did. I have been dealing with vaginal fissures … Continue reading 5 Reasons to use the SmartJane™ Vaginal Screening Test. I’m glad I did. A SmartJane Review
#051 – Entrepreneur Launches Company to Help Women Who Suffer from Pelvic, Vulvar Pain Tara suffered from Endometriosis and had many pelvic surgeries beginning at the age of 11. After creating a device to help with my Vulvodynia, a condition that causes painful intercourse, Her and her business partner and started a company based … Continue reading #051 – Entrepreneur Launches Company to Help Women Who Suffer from Pelvic and Vulvar Pain
What Patients Say Works for Vulvodynia June 7, 2013 By 23andMe under Health and Traits For the live-updated, fully-labelled, interactive version of this graphic, click here. By Alexandra Carmichael, Co-Founder of CureTogether Nearly two years ago, CureTogether released a list of the top patient-rated treatments for vulvodynia, a common form of female reproductive pain that makes regular activities like wearing jeans … Continue reading What Patients Say Works for Vulvodynia via 23andme.com
Vaginal Dilators have been utilized in the plan of care for patients that suffer from pelvic pain conditions for decades. Unfortunately, this safe treatment with usually no side effects isn’t the first option presented to women who suffer from painful sex. Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists (find one here: https://www.vuvatech.com/pages/pelvic-pt-locator) know the importance of using dilators for their … Continue reading Magnetic Vaginal Dilators vs Nonmagnetic Dilators – Why are the magnets important?
If you're considering using vaginal dilators, you probably have a few questions about them. Read on for the necessities on how to use a dilator.
Studies have found that anterior pelvic tilt (and the related pains) may be far more common than people realise. Learn about the best sleeping positions for relieving the symptoms.