If you've dealt with pain or discomfort with (or after) sex, you know that it is a life-altering issue.
It drives a wedge in the most important relationship - the one between you and the person you've chosen to 'do life' with.
We want to help. So today we're explaining the different types of pain / discomfort with (or after) sex, and teaching strategies to help you enjoy intimacy in your relationship again.
There are at least 3 different types, and that means each one has its own different solution.
And if this is you – if you find yourself avoiding sex or not wanting to ‘go there’ at all because of pain or discomfort - don’t miss the chance to grab your free Partner Guide. We dug deep into our personal and professional experience to create this for you - to help guide you in re-connecting intimately with your partner again.
(And you can find the cream for vaginal dryness that we talk about in the video here.)
WARNING: today we are talking about a sensitive subject..... poop problems
This is not an easy thing for women to talk about, but most women don’t realize that many of these issues are due to pelvic floor dysfunction and pelvic organ prolapse - specifically a rectocele, rectal prolapse, or enterocele.
If you're having poop problems, watch the video for 4 quick wins to start alleviating these issues today.
Did you know - it's not normal to have to get up to pee during the night? Common...yes, but NOT normal!
This is often a problem that's crept up on you slowly - many women don't even realize how bad it was (or that there was anything they could do about it) until it starts getting better, and then they're overjoyed!
Here are our quick tips to pee less and sleep more! After all, better sleep is a gift every mama could use!