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LIA Pelvic Health

My Journey With Vestibulodynia as a Patient and Clinician

By Jillian Giannini PT, DPT  Have you heard of Vulvodynia, Vaginismus, or Vestibulodynia? Well, in this blog, I’m going to focus on Vestibulodynia. I’m especially passionate about it because of my own personal journey experiencing it. It is key to understand this so that someone with this condition can find the right specialist and best possible treatment. I’ve seen many patients come to our sessions with the diagnosis of Vaginismus […]

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Julie Sarton

Painful Sex Can Go Away: Here’s What You Need to Know

By Julie Sarton PT, DPT, WCS   Scope of the Problem Painful sex is more common than you think. Studies indicate anywhere from 25-60% of women will experience sexual pain at some point in their life. (Trahan 2019). Painful sex (also known as Dyspareunia) can cut across the entire lifespan. In fact, 9/10 women will experience pain the first time they have sex after baby. 45% of women experience pain 3

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Pelvic Health Support

Gynecological

Kegel Assessment Lubricant Guide Food & Symptom Tracker ADENOMYOSIS About A thickening of the uterus Occurs when endometrial tissues moves into the uterus’ outer muscular walls May result in an adenomyoma, which is a mass/growth inside the uterus Potential Causes Unknown More common in women who have had multiple children Symptoms Painful menstruation A uterus that is 2-3x its normal size Can be asymptomatic Diagnosis A pelvic exam that reveals

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