Having a baby is extremely traumatic for your body. Though it is taxing on your body, most healthcare providers will clear individuals to return to sexual activity at six weeks postpartum. Your postpartum sexual activity will depend on your specific birthing experience. This includes whether you had a vaginal or belly/cesarean birth as well as […]
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Posted on October 22 2019
We hear all the rage about Kegels, but are we really doing them correctly?
While there are a zillion products to strengthen your vagina, there are very few that give you feedback on technique. The Elvie Trainer can change that.
Posted on October 17 2018
It happened at work. I was 41. I had dark jeans on that got darker when the urine burst forth from my bladder and soaked my legs, the standard-issue industrial chair I was assigned and my socks. My co-worker was a gal who has been a stand up comedian, a seasoned storyteller and is just […]
Posted on October 05 2018
Are you at the end of your rope and one of many coping with urinary incontinence? Have you accepted that
The post What IS a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist? Dr. Robyn Wilhem Answers appeared first on MedAmour.
Posted on July 12 2018
If you’re a human being, you have a pelvic floor. Like any other muscle in the body, it’s important to keep this one in shape. For women in particular, it is vital. This is because the pelvic floor holds up all of our reproductive organs, along with our bladder. Weak pelvic floor (or kegel) muscles […]
The post Declare Freedom from Incontinence! Tips to Save Your Pelvic Floor appeared first on MedAmour.
Posted on June 14 2018
Kegel exercises have long since been a tried and true method for women to get back into “shape” after giving birth. In fact, the trauma of childbirth can cause incontinence and a decrease in sensitivity during vaginal intercourse. However, the kegel exercise can tighten pelvic muscles and even make sex more pleasurable. Who wouldn’t want […]
The post How Strong is Your Man Cave, Really? Kegels for Men is a Thing. Really. appeared first on MedAmour.
Posted on May 19 2017
New Sexual Health Products Added to MedAmour These new sexual health products are now available on the professional, approachable and
Posted on February 24 2016
Certified Neuromuscular Therapist and owner and founder of The Neuromuscular Studio in Tempe, AZ, Rachel Carroll discusses how pregnancy and
Posted on December 01 2015
The Globe and Mail reveals how women’s pelvic floor health is supported by sitting down to pee, being aware of
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Posted on October 19 2015
Kegels aren’t just for women! It’s true: men have kegel muscles too. They play an important if not vital part in urinary issues, prostate health and stronger, longer-lasting erections. But, is it a muscle group that men ever intentionally exercise? Like many women, it may only become apparent once a problem has started (from incontinence […]
Posted on October 06 2015
G Balls 2 are kegel training without the mystery! This new kegel training system is something to celebrate. Bluetooth-enabled, App-controlled
Posted on August 27 2015
Handling Perimenopause Symptoms You’re hot, moody, sleepless and in pain. That’s no way to go through life! Prevention magazine provides
Posted on June 03 2015
And now for a break from Men’s Health Month to celebrating National Running Day! Many women think it isn’t possible
The post Tips For Running While Pregnant From Fellow Flowers Founders appeared first on MedAmour.