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    Fitness

    Osteoporosis: Getting To The Bones Of It

    Chances are you’ve heard the term osteoporosis before but may not know exactly what it is. It’s one of those things doctors often mention and then tell you to drink your milk so you can prevent it. However, the condition is very common and impacts many women during and after menopause. Similar to bladder leaks that Lily Bird can help you be the boss of, osteoporosis can sneak up on you when you least expect it. So, it definitely deserves more attention.  So let’s get right down to the bones of this health condition. You’ll walk away knowing what it is, how you can treat it, and if there’s any…

  • CBD and Menopause
    Hormones

    CBD for Menopause: What’s The Hype?

    This week our friend Rae is here with some great tidbits about CBD and menopause. When she hit perimenopause, Rae experienced some pesky symptoms she just couldn’t ignore. So, she gave CBD oil a shot — and it helped! Lucky for us she’s here today to share what she’s learned. Take it from here, Rae. ______________ CBD and all its benefits have been the point of interest for a while now. So ladies like yourself are curious if CBD can assist to ease symptoms that this stage of life comes with.  At the onset of menopause, women experience a series of changes. Menopause is a stage when a lady stops…

  • Home Remedies For UTI
    Bladder Blog

    5 Home Remedies For UTIs

    Most of us have been hanging out with our bodies for a while now so we can sense when something isn’t right. Such is the case when you have a UTI. After all, it’s hard to miss sudden lower abdominal pain, urge incontinence, and burning while you pee. Urinary tract infections account for over 6 million patient visits to the doctor per year in the USA. However, is there anything we could do to avoid a trip to the doctor? Read on to learn 5 home remedies for UTIs you may have never thought of.  And the Prize for the Most UTIs Goes To… Ladies, aren’t we lucky? We’re much…

  • Endometriosis
    Wellness

    Endometriosis: Shedding Light On Mysterious Pain

    Many of us have heard the word endometriosis thrown around a few times here and there. But chances are, if you ask someone to break down what it is, they’d have a little trouble. Heck, even doctors have trouble diagnosing this painful condition that impacts approximately 176 million women worldwide. So right here and right now, we’re going to break it down for you.  Understanding the Endometrium Before I jump into what endometriosis is, I think it’s important to address the endometrium. The endometrium, also known as endometrial lining, is sort of like wallpaper. It lines the inside of the uterus and plays a major role during the menstrual cycle…

  • Pelvic Pain
    Incontinence

    Exercises To Calm Frazzled Nerves & Lower Pelvic Pain

    Sometimes bladder leaks come with both emotional and physical pain. If your bladder or pelvic pain just won’t go away and its getting on your nerves, our friend Evelyn could have the answer for you. She’s a pelvic physical therapist from New York and here, she shares with us how our nerves can sometimes wreak havoc with our insides. She also has some insights for how to work with (and not against) your nerves to calm the pain. So, if you’re looking for a few tips on how to relax your nerves (and who isn’t?), then read on!  Persistent Pelvic Pain And Your Nerves If you’re experiencing pelvic pain, bladder…

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    Bladder Blog

    Interstitial Cystitis – A Painful Bladder Woe

    When you think of a spasming bladder, what’s the first thing that comes to mind. Whoaaa or woe? Chances are, you probably think of both. Interstitial cystitis, which is a mouthful to say by the way, is a confusing and painful bladder condition. To make matters worse, it’s kind of hard to diagnose and to date, there’s no known cure. Nonetheless, it’s a condition that deserves some attention. Interstitial cystitis affects about 3 to 8 million American women, and fellas aren’t excluded from it either. While it’s traditionally been known as a women’s disease, both sexes are susceptible to its challenges. Wait…Pee How Many Times? If you’ve read some of…