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Roundup: What Top Pelvic Health Bloggers are Talking About

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A controversial new Kegel product; the benefits of “going commando”; a review of male pelvic pain; and controversy surrounding epidurals: these are among the blog posts that some of our favorite pelvic health bloggers have posted in the past few months. In this blog we offer a roundup of these and other noteworthy posts for your reading pleasure. KGoal: What’s …

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Pelvic Messenger: Blog Radio Show Tackles Pelvic Pain

In Female Pelvic Pain, Male Pelvic Pain, Uncategorized by Stephanie Prendergast1 Comment

In today’s blog post we wanted to turn the spotlight on The Pelvic Messenger, a blog talk radio show that for the past few years has been tackling many of the tough issues surrounding pelvic pain. The bimonthly show is devoted to improving patient and healthcare providers’ knowledge of pelvic pain. The Pelvic Messenger was founded by Elisabeth Oas, a …

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Roundup: What Top Pelvic Health Bloggers are Talking About

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A challenge to Depend Incontinence Products; the truth about the effectiveness of AZO Yeast as a therapy for yeast infections; orgasm facts; and spring fashion choices for IC patients: these are among the blog posts that some of our favorite pelvic health bloggers have posted in the past few months. In this blog we offer a roundup of these and …

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Roundup: What Top Pelvic Health Bloggers are Talking About

In Uncategorized by Stephanie Prendergast3 Comments

One of the things I love best about blogging is the opportunity it’s given me to meet and interact with other bloggers in the pelvic health universe. And to be sure, there are some real stars out there! Just in case you haven’t spotted them yet, in today’s post, we’ve corralled all of the most recent, must-read posts from our …

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Follow PHRC on Facebook

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One of our priorities is to stay on top of pelvic pain-related news and research and just general goings on in the pelvic pain arena, like this important research about delivery for women with per-existing pelvic pain! Facebook is becoming a vital tool for us to share/discuss this info with you. So if you haven’t already, please “like” our Facebook …

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A Look Backwards at 2012!

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New Year’s is a great time to look back, take stock, and set goals for the future. So, in that spirit, we thought it would be fun to dedicate our first post of the year to a look back at 2012…and a peak forward to 2013. When we look over all that happened in 2012, we think to ourselves: Holy …

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Happy Fourth of July!

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Dear Readers, Because of the holiday we’re taking a week off from posting. But we’ll be back next week when we explore an important topic that many of you likely will relate to. The topic: What do you do when you as a pelvic pain patient know more about good pelvic pain PT than your PT does. If this is …

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Pelvic Pain in the News

In Female Pelvic Pain, Male Pelvic Pain by Stephanie and Liz Prendergast and Rummer1 Comment

Every couple of months, we plan to bring you a roundup of the coverage of pelvic pain in the news. Today’s post, our first roundup, contains a slew of interesting topics from the need for a greater understanding of the clitoris/brain connection to surprising news about male pelvic pain and IC to research-backed advice on pelvic floor-friendly bike riding.   …

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Welcome to our Revamped Blog

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Dear Readers, Steph and I are excited to welcome you to the relaunch of our blog! I’m writing this welcome letter because Steph is in China lecturing about pelvic pain. (Steph can’t wait to write about her adventures overseas in upcoming posts!) When we first launched the blog about a year ago, it was just a place for us to …