10 Pelvic Pain Conditions that could be causing Painful Intercourse

Does sex hurt? You could be dealing with one of the conditions below. Many doctors diagnose improperly, so read on and learn about these top painful intercourse culprits: VULVODYNIA Women with Vulvodynia have chronic vulvar pain with no known cause. Until recently, doctors didn’t recognize this as a real pain syndrome. Even today, many women … Continue reading 10 Pelvic Pain Conditions that could be causing Painful Intercourse

13 Reasons to use Vaginal Dilators for Painful Intercourse

Why use Neodymium Magnetic Vaginal Dilators?  We have put together some great reasons below: Allow your healthcare provider to perform a more thorough pelvic exam. Make it more comfortable for you to be examined. Prevent your vagina from becoming too narrow. Keep your vagina more elastic by stretching. Allow you to have intercourse with less … Continue reading 13 Reasons to use Vaginal Dilators for Painful Intercourse

THE EXCRUCIATING HEALTH CONDITION THAT ONLY AFFECTS WOMEN via BBC

Medical texts first documented this painful, life-disrupting condition in 1880. But with doctors still unsure of its cause – or cure – one woman has taken matters into her own hands. By Mikaela Conley 26 July 2018 When the pain started, Tara Langdale-Schmidt didn’t think much of it. It was a soreness that came and … Continue reading THE EXCRUCIATING HEALTH CONDITION THAT ONLY AFFECTS WOMEN via BBC

CBD Oil – Treating Pelvic Pain With Cannabis by Julia Rubin

  Julia Rubin   Published on 04/10/2017 Pain is one of our body’s ways of letting us know that something is wrong. Women in particular often experience pelvic pain, or pain below the belly button and above the legs. This can be caused by a number of things, from cysts to digestive problems. Some women experience pelvic … Continue reading CBD Oil – Treating Pelvic Pain With Cannabis by Julia Rubin

Combo of Antioxidants Helps Ease Pain in Endometriosis Patients, Study Reports

This article was posted originally on Endometriosis News JULY 19, 2018 BY PATRICIA INACIO, PHD  A six-month treatment with a daily combination of antioxidants was found to significantly reduce endometriosis-associated pelvic pain, according to researchers. Their study, “Effectiveness of an antioxidant preparation with N-acetyl cysteine, alpha lipoic acid and bromelain in the treatment of endometriosis-associated pelvic pain: LEAP … Continue reading Combo of Antioxidants Helps Ease Pain in Endometriosis Patients, Study Reports