Vaginal laser treatment tied to complications like scarring via Reuters

HEALTH NEWS FEBRUARY 28, 2019 / 3:40 PM / 21 DAYS AGO Vaginal laser treatment tied to complications like scarring Lisa Rapaport 5 MIN READ (Reuters Health) - Vaginal laser treatments may help relieve problems associated with menopause, like dryness, pain and sexual dysfunction, but the safety of this technique is not clear, suggest the … Continue reading Vaginal laser treatment tied to complications like scarring via Reuters

VuVa Vaginal Dilator Reviews – Changing women’s lives with a safe therapy option.

LL ON AUGUST 27TH, 2018  The VuVa Dilator with the Neodymium magnets has been a total game changer in my life. I have had vaginal intercourse pain for more years than I care to remember. I’m 65 years old, I went to my Gynecologist he recommended Mona Lisa Touch laser treatments that has helped with … Continue reading VuVa Vaginal Dilator Reviews – Changing women’s lives with a safe therapy option.

Vulvodynia: ‘Tampons and certain underwear are agony’ via BBC Radio Live

Vulvodynia: 'Tampons and certain underwear are agony' "When it's happening, it's the worst pain in the world - you'd do anything for it to stop." That's how Georgia described dealing with the "agonising" condition, vulvodynia. Vulvodynia is a chronic nerve syndrome that causes severe and unexplained pain of the vulva and vagina. According to the … Continue reading Vulvodynia: ‘Tampons and certain underwear are agony’ via BBC Radio Live

Do women with PPP have different pain thresholds than healthy women? via Contemporary OB/GYN

Written by: Bob Kronemyer Jan 17, 2019 A cross-sectional observational study has found that women with persistent pelvic pain (PPP), with or without confirmed endometriosis, have significant lower pain thresholds compared to healthy women. The Swedish study in the journal Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica assessed pain thresholds for heat, cold and pressure with quantitative sensory testing at … Continue reading Do women with PPP have different pain thresholds than healthy women? via Contemporary OB/GYN

Does the type of delivery influence the risk of pelvic floor disorders?

By Radhika Baitari January 12, 2019 Pelvic floor disorders are an issue of concern in women. Childbirth significantly increments the risk of pelvic floor disorders later in life. A recent study in the United States depicts how the mode of delivery can impact the risk of pelvic floor disorders in the future. Pelvic floor disorders … Continue reading Does the type of delivery influence the risk of pelvic floor disorders?

Dating with a chronic illness: When do I disclose? What if it changes the way they see me? via Washington Post

By Caroline Reilly via The Washington Post  January 9 at 7:00 AM My mom lightly shook my shoulders. Groggy, I sat up and looked down at the catheter bag hanging below me. I checked my phone: No notifications. He knew I was recovering, but I hadn’t filled him in on too many details. I texted him … Continue reading Dating with a chronic illness: When do I disclose? What if it changes the way they see me? via Washington Post