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Male Urinary Tract Infection: Stop screwing around, will you? by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Fri 29 Oct 2010 5:26am Introduction In matters of health, it has been said that hygiene is two-thirds of staying healthy. In fact, it has been documented that there is a deadly link between health and poverty as the latter often leads to people (despite doing their absolute best to stay clean) living in places that cannot be considered as "civi ... Read on »
Male Urinary Tract Infection – Causes & Symptoms by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Dec 2011 8:16am The ideal man goes home early, doesn’t flirt, doesn’t drink, doesn’t smoke, doesn’t gamble and doesn’t exist. Well, that something I read at a site, and probably, from a man's point-of-view, it would really suck to be that way anyways. Sorry, I just can't imagine a life without some of these "vices'… Relationships… all the ... Read on »
Natural Pregnancy Cures: Back, Pelvic & Hip Pain by Tracie B. Posted Sun 10 Jul 2011 3:00am Now that you’re in your second trimester, you’re probably pleased to have that cute little (or not so little) pregnancy bump, as opposed to just looking slightly out of shape and wearing ill-fitting clothing. People smile when they see you and most likely offer you their seat on the bus.But with that bump comes excess weight and pressure on ... Read on »
The Bladder, The Bowel, The Pelvis – Understanding Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome by Jill O. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted Fri 11 Oct 2013 5:04pm An Interview with Dr. Robert Echenberg After three decades as a traditional gynecologist, Robert Echenberg ( Institute for Women In Pain , Bethlehem PA) was given an usual challenge, to develop a chronic pelvic pain program that utilized non-surgical therapies. Little did he know that he would lead a revolution that is changing the w ... Read on »
The Use of Physical Therapy in Treatment for Endometriosis by Dr. Jennifer Berman Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 4:25am 1 Comment �I have had severe endometriosis for many years and have had several surgeries. Also started having another type of pain, which was very severe. It felt to me like bladder spasms, and I was having frequency urination of every 20 minutes all day long. I finally went to an excellent urologist who was able to feel my pelvic floor muscles through a ... Read on »
The Pelvic Floor, Prolapse and Pregnancy by Deb .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 29 Sep 2011 11:32pm It is quite ironic that I started this blog prior to the labor and delivery of my son, and now I am in the midst of dealing (and healing!) with pelvic floor problems postpartum. I was originally drawn to this subject matter because so many students discretely approached me about pelvic floor issues. Many had bladder prolapse, and sever ... Read on »
Getting Rid Of The Trigger Points In Your Lower Back Can Help Relieve Lower Back Pain. by Dr B Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Mon 20 Oct 2008 5:19pm 2 Comments Trigger points are knots in the muscle that can often be sore or painful. When they are present the muscles of the low back become more rigid and tight, causing more pressure and inflammation to accumulate on the nerves. This in turn can make your back or leg pain worse. Most consistently the trigger points we find in people’s backs are in ... Read on »
8 SUPER HOT Fresh Takes On The Missionary Position For Guaranteed Orgasms! by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Thu 22 Mar 2012 10:00am Sex positions can easily spice up your relationship, but make sure to follow the instructions closely. A small shift in your lover’s hips, body or where she distributes her weight can mean the difference between discomfort and pain, or pleasure and climax. Remember my recommendation for sex furniture if you’re having a hard time getting the a ... Read on »
Decoding Pain Series – Releasing the Pressure by Abigail S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:00pm To read the first post in this series, click here. My Thanksgiving Dinnerware This could be an easy week to put a lot of pressure on myself.  Here are the things I could be “shoulding” about: 1.    I should make my house look great for the Thanksgiving relative influx 2.    I should get my to-do list done prior to next week, becau ... Read on »
Hernia’s and Things to Know by Dr. Daniel Kalish Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Sun 05 Jul 2009 9:33pm 1 Comment There are many things to think about when it comes to dealing with a hernia. First off, there are many kinds: hiatal, epigastric, spigelian, inguinal femoral, and inguinal scrotal. Secondly, most MD’s will hold your balls, make you cough and then diagnose you with a “hernia.” They will not tell you what kind, how bad it is and most will tell ... Read on »