After giving birth, you might have noticed that things down there are not the same as they used to be. Your vagina may feel a little bit loose and your pelvic floor a little bit weak. Well, that’s expected, after all, you just pushed a watermelon sized baby out of your vajayjay! Now, you might be wondering, how can you strengthen your pelvic floor muscles in a safe and natural way? Here’s how:
Keeping your vagina healthy is vital in maintaining a healthy and satisfying sex life. But, as a woman grows older, the vaginal and reproductive health also declines, that’s why it’s important to keep your sexual organs healthy as early as you can. Don’t wait for things to get worse; here are simple guidelines in keeping your vagina healthy.
Vaginal tightening is one of those things that women worry about but are too afraid to speak of. Which is too bad because at one point or another, a woman will experience vaginal loosening and she should really open up about it so that she could seek some help. In the past, there are only 2 options in getting you tight down there, the slow-as-a-turtle kegel exercises and painful-as-torture surgery. But now, there are so many tools out there and even herbal supplements for your problems. Here are the best tools for Vaginal tightening and how they could help you reclaim the romance in your life.
Whenever someone says “estrogen” most people’s mind often wonders to dark places and often associate it with something bad. The truth is, estrogen is nothing bad, in fact, it’s the body’s magic potion that keeps a woman young and glowing! Here are common myths about estrogen and the truth behind then.
Going to your ob-gyn is like going to a painful date, she gets to see your parts where the sun don’t shine and gets to tell you what’s wrong with your lady bits. It’s uncomfortable but necessary for your health!
You might be dreading your next visit to your doctor, so just to ease your anxiety and discomfort even by a little bit, here are things that your ob-gyn doesn’t tell you, but you should really know.
Urinary tract infections are as uncomfortable as having to push a huge rock out your urinary meatus. It’s painful, uncomfortable and could lead to more serious conditions. It could cause permanent damage to your urethra, kidney and bladder if left untreated. So what really causes it and are there natural ways that you could avoid UTI?
You might have heard about your ovaries, after all every woman has them, but have you ever wondered how what they do besides lay egg like a chicken every month? Well, here’s a helpful guide on everything that you need to know about your ovaries.
Next to a root canal, the visit to the OB-GYN is one of those appointments that need to go to, but just have to be done. It’s always awkward when someone pries under the hood and tells you what’s wrong down there. Don’t worry though, here are simple tips to make your next doctor visit a little bit more comfortable.
Having a child is one of the most life-changing events in a woman’s life. Sadly, it’s not all rainbows and flowers, 11 to 20 percent of new mothers experience postpartum depression. Postpartum depression or PPD is one of the most common conditions that women everywhere experience and the symptoms could continue up to a year. It could destroy relationships, not only romantic relationships but could also get in the way of the mother and baby bond.
Sure, every woman is unique, but postpartum depressions have consistent themes when it comes to the symptoms. Here are tell-tale signs of PPD and ways you can overcome it.
Women today may be too busy with work that sometimes they forget to take care of their sexual health. What most women do not realize is that taking care of your sexual health is necessary to have a happier, healthier and more satisfied with your sex life. It’s not just the physical health that affects your over all well-being, your sexual health affects it as well. Here are easy steps to take care of your intimate health.