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Botox for the Vagina?

Botox for the Vagina?

We know Botox can relax the face, but . . the vagina? Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction is characterized by involuntary spam of the pelvic floor. This can lead to extremely painful or impossible intercourse. If you have tried several treatment options and are still having debilitating pain affecting your quality of life, there is promising evidence to support the use of Botox.

How to keep your cervix fit

How to keep your cervix fit

New technologies for cervical cancer screening continue to evolve, as do recommendations for managing the results. Cervical cancer screening guidelines have been revised several times in the past decade. Learn about screening and prevention of cervical cancer.

Most cases of cervical cancer occur in women who were either never screened or were screened inadequately.

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Vulvar and Vaginal Itching

Vulvar and Vaginal Itching

Vaginal itching. No one wants to be bothered by their lady parts.
The uncomfortable sensation can range from mild and brief to severe and persistent.

Almost every vagina owner will experience some vaginal itching at some point in their life. Often, it’s usually not a concern. But what causes the vagina to itch in the first place? And how do you know when to see a doctor?

Let’s go over some of the most common causes of vaginal itching, when to seek medical attention, and treatments you can expect.

Say goodbye to your breastfeeding struggles

Say goodbye to your breastfeeding struggles

80% of mothers initiate breastfeeding in the US but few meet their goal. Low milk supply and pain are common reasons for weaning. Breastfeeding support after birth is critical. Sky Women’s Health is committed to supporting you in the 4th trimester with evidence based care to promote and protect your journey. We are excited to add Dr. Wadley, pediatrician and lactation consultant, to our team. Check out the new services!

Rectus Diastasis

Rectus Diastasis

I am asked about this topic several times a week. Pregnancy stretches the abdominal muscles, increasing the risk of diastasis. What is it, can it be prevented, what treatment options are available? Read about it here.