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Is it normal for sex to be painful?

April 5, 2024 | Author: Olivia Filicetti, PT, DPT

  Is it normal for sex to be painful? Short answer: no, sex should not be painful! However, one-third of women will experience painful intercourse at some point throughout their lifetime, and often many of them will not speak to their friends, partners, or medical providers about it due to stigma or embarrassment. Everyone deserves

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Does everyone need pelvic floor therapy postpartum?

March 11, 2024 | Author: Susan Ackerman, PT, DPT

  Whether you have had a vaginal or cesarean birth, your body has gone through a tremendous physical event. As your pelvic floor and core heal, many changes happen within your body (on top of all the changes your body goes through trying to care for a new tiny human). With all these changes, the

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3 things I should know about my pelvic floor during pregnancy

February 2, 2024 | Author: Dani Boorman, PT, DPT

  Are you currently pregnant? Have you ever heard the term pelvic floor? Could you even locate or describe it on your own body if asked? Though access to information continues to grow, the pelvic floor is still an often overlooked and misunderstood area of the body. This lack of knowledge surrounding our bodies can

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Why does coughing or sneezing make me leak?

January 5, 2024 | Author: Sarah Graham, PT, MPT, PRPC

Do you leak when you cough, sneeze, jump, or laugh? Has everything changed since having kids? Perhaps your mom told you it was just a normal part of aging, or worse, your doctor dismissed it as such? While it is a common issue, stress incontinence is not normal. You can live a life that does

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