pelvic health, physical therapy, Sex, women's health

Vaginismus: A Success Story

I think it is so important for women to feel supported, encouraged, not alone, understood. That's why I asked this brave soul to share her story. I hope you are able to find some humor, hope and help through her vaginismus journey. I guess you could say Vaginismus and I met on my wedding night. … Continue reading Vaginismus: A Success Story

pelvic health, physical therapy, Sex, women's health

Dispelling Dyspareunia Part 2: Vulvodynia

VULVODYNIA: the painful (dynia) vagina (vulva). Let's talk about the classifications of this babe: Generalized: The entire vulva experiences an abnormal sensation. This can be brought on by touch from clothing, hands, with intercourse, etc. or it can happen spontaneously and may always be present. OR you could have a fun mix of both. Localized:… Continue reading Dispelling Dyspareunia Part 2: Vulvodynia

pelvic health, physical therapy, Sex, women's health

Dispelling Dyspareunia Part 1: Vaginismus

Dyspareunia, in human words, means painful sex. And is technically its own diagnosis, but in my experience, the symptoms usually lead to a more specific secondary diagnosis. Sex can be a touchy (pun) topic. Most of us keep that part of our life very private, even if you have the best sex-life known to man (or… Continue reading Dispelling Dyspareunia Part 1: Vaginismus

pelvic health, Sex, women's health

The 10 Second Rule

Our natural vaginal lubrication process is complicated, but SO important to understand when it comes to having healthy sex. In a young-ish woman, it takes between 10 and 30 seconds after sexual stimulation for the vagina to produce lubrication, and up to 3 minutes in an older-ish woman. And sexual stimulation doesn't mean having intercourse… Continue reading The 10 Second Rule

pelvic health, Sex, women's health

Lube 102: The Good Stuff

REAL QUICK! I decided it might be beneficial to have a post on the good lubes only so you can easily spot/click on and purchase a brand without having to look at the ingredients. Here are the types we have already discussed and have a stamp of approval from me: Organic Olive Oil Organic Coconut Oil… Continue reading Lube 102: The Good Stuff

pelvic health, Sex, women's health

Lube 101

We went out of town for a wedding last weekend and I thought, what better segue to start the convo on SEXY TIME?! 💃💋 You can call it coitus (if you're a Big Bang Theory nerd like my hubs), intercourse, baby making, Netflix and chillin', or just plain sex. No matter your word choice, it is… Continue reading Lube 101