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Foreskin or No Skin? Let’s Talk About Circumcision

In Male Pelvic Pain by Stephanie Prendergast9 Comments

By Rachel Gelman In my previous post I talked about the anatomy of the male pelvic floor. The blog stirred up a lot of conversation among readers, with many requesting a part two. So here we are! This time, we’ll  take a look at a small part of the male anatomy that comes with a large amount of controversy: The foreskin. …

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Come Again? An Orgasm Guide

In Female Pelvic Pain by Stephanie Prendergast6 Comments

  I remember coming of age as a hormonal teen- before the days of google (believe it), hearing whispers about “orgasms”. It was like I went home for summer break with all of my childhood intact and when I came back to school in the fall, my peers were suddenly obsessed. I was bombarded with comments (from both sexes) of …

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Get to know your Vulva: A Guide to Self Examination

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By Rachel Gelman, DPT “ Let’s just start with the word vagina. Vagina. It sounds like an infection at best. Maybe a medical instrument. ‘Hurry, nurse, bring me the vagina.’ Vagina. Vagina. It doesn’t matter how many times you say the word, it never sounds like a word you want to say. ”-Eve Ensler, The Vagina Monologues There are many …

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Take a Tour of the Pelvic Floor {VIDEO}

In Uncategorized by Stephanie and Liz Prendergast and Rummer5 Comments

We talk A LOT on this blog about the pelvic floor. But lately, we’re not the only ones hanging around the pelvic floor. Today everyone seems to be going there! New moms, not-so-new moms, and Baby Boomers—two groups famous for their proactiveness, are beginning to get focused on their pelvic floor health—specifically, on matters of incontinence and prolapse. Meanwhile, health …