Dyspareunia is a medical condition that causes pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse. It can be distressing for both the person with dyspareunia and for their intimate partners. In this guide, we explore what dyspareunia is, how many people experience it, its causes, symptoms, prevention ...
Kegel trainers or exercisers are devices specifically designed to assist individuals in performing Kegel exercises more effectively. They offer additional resistance and feedback, making the exercise routine more targeted and efficient but it can be overwhelming trying to decide which one to choose.
The pelvic floor plays a crucial role in maintaining core stability, supporting pelvic organs, and controlling bladder and bowel function. However, despite its significance, the pelvic floor is often overlooked and neglected. Many people suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction, leading to issues suc...
Kegel exercises help us build or maintain a strong and healthy pelvic floor - that net of muscles that acts as an internal trampoline to hold our pelvic organs in place. Here's a guide on how to do Kegel exercises and some suggestions for taking your Kegel routine to the next level.
If you find yourself leaking when you laugh, cough, exercise or have a full bladder, chances are you’re experiencing what is known as light bladder leakage (LBL for short). LBL is more common than you think, affecting up to an estimated 37% of Aussie women. Here's what you can do about it.