The Power of Minimally Invasive Surgery

Thanks to advancements in medical science and technology, surgical procedures that used to require a large undertaking can be carried out with less risk, more precision, and better patient outcomes. One of those is the pelvic prolapse. Let’s ta...

Exercising with Stress Incontinence

1 in 10 women over the age of 65 experience urinary or stress incontinence, whic...

Should You Have a Labiaplasty?

Some women may find that their labia minora (the lips at the opening of the vagi...

Treatment Options for a Pelvic Floor Prolapse

What is a pelvic floor prolapse? A pelvic floor prolapse is a condition in which...

Lichen sclerosus: Can it affect you?

As you get older, there are certain conditions that tend to be a little bit more...

How Vaginal Atrophy is Treated

Vaginal atrophy is a natural condition in many women who reach a certain stage i...

The Importance of Vitamin B for Your Health

Vitamin B isn’t one vitamin, but an umbrella covering multiple vitamins. They ...

The Importance of Vitamin D for Your Health

Doctors often advise patients to ensure they get the right amount of nutrients s...

Things to Do for Healthy Skin this Summer

It’s summer, which means there’s a lot of great activities to do out...