Urinary Incontinence: True or false?
Urinary incontinence is full of myths. Many of you will surely have heard on multiple occasions that Kegel exercises and/or Chinese balls are best for combatting urinary incontinence, that going to the bathroom more often will help with urine leaks, or that stopping your flow mid-pee will help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles… But what
Menstrual cups and the postpartum period: When can I use the cup again after giving birth?
The menstrual period cup and the postpartum period are not incompatible, as long as we follow some recommendations. After more than 9 months without menstruating and another while without using pads or tampons, in the puerperium (the time during which the female uterus recovers and returns to how it was before), you might want to
What is the menstrual cup?
The menstrual cup is a product which is inserted into the vagina to collect menstrual fluid. So simple and yet so unknown. The menstrual cup is still the third option behind pads and tampons for women when on their period. Although it has experienced a certain boom in recent years, the menstrual cup has been
Sport and loss of urine: Is it normal?
Sport and loss of urine may go hand in hand if certain factors are not taken into account, such as the type of sport you do. Although we always associate doing sport with health and well-being, sometimes we may get injured if we’re not careful (it is important to warm up and stretch our muscles)
Enna vaginal sphere: how to make the best use of it
The enna pelvic ball vaginal sphere is a medical device designed to strengthen the female pelvic floor. Women’s pelvic floor muscles suffer throughout various stages of female reproduction because pregnancy, as well as childbirth and menopause, cause this area to weaken. The enna pelvic ball is recommended for strengthening the pelvic floor following the postpartum
What does your menstrual blood say about your health?
Menstrual blood has been a taboo for many years. Holy books of various religions such as Christianity and Islam describe the period of female bleeding as an event which makes women impure. Given this background, it’s not surprising that the taboo surrounding menstrual blood and periods themselves still exists today. However, in other cultures, menstruation
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