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Painful Sex Series: Vaginal Valium

Women with painful intercourse are often diagnosed with a hypertonic pelvic floor, a condition in which you cannot relax the muscles of the pelvic floor, causing them to be perpetually spasmed. To relax this spasm, your doctor may prescribe vaginal... (More)

3 Foods to Support your Pelvic Floor from a Urogynecologist

Have you ever wondered how you can support your pelvic through food? I've got 3 ways for you!

  1. High fiber foods. Fibrous foods like fruits and vegetables. By eating high fiber foods we are allowing our stool to absorb water... (More)

Painful Sex Series: Treatment Options for Painful Intercourse

In many cases, pain with intercourse is related to a hypertonic pelvic floor meaning that the muscles of the pelvic floor are so spasmed that they cannot relax.

The dominant muscles of the pelvic floor are the levator ani muscles... (More)

A Gynecologist’s Guide to Sexual Self-Care

We all know that self care is a vital component of both mental and physical well being. Here’s how you can add elements to your self-care routine to focus on your sexual health!

Take the time for self guided exploration:... (More)