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Soul Source Featured on Dr. Streicher's Inside Information - THE Menopause Podcast Episode 42

Soul Source Featured on Dr. Streicher's Inside Information - THE Menopause Podcast Episode 42

Soul Source and our products were recently shared by Dr. Lauren Streicher on her Podcast, Dr. Streicher’s Inside Information: THE Menopause Podcast. The special program was titled “Out of Practice Does Not Mean Out of Business! A Guide to Sex After a Long Hiatus.” Topics covered included how to predict - yes predict! - if your intercourse will be pleasurable or painful, how to apply lubricant to the right place, and the many benefits of a vaginal dilator assessment. On the October 5th episode, Dr. Streicher discussed the complications that can occur when a women tries to have sex again after a long hiatus....

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Soul Source Featured on Dr. Streicher's Inside Information: THE Menopause Podcast Episode 27

Soul Source Featured on Dr. Streicher's Inside Information: THE Menopause Podcast Episode 27

Soul Source and our products were recently shared by Dr. Lauren Streicher on her Podcast, Dr. Streicher’s Inside Information: THE Menopause Podcast. The special program was titled “I'm Using Vaginal Estrogen - but Sex Still Hurts Like Hell.” On the June 22nd episode, Dr. Streicher discussed the many challenges that can arise when a women tries to use vaginal estrogen, and solutions to remedy them. It’s a common scenario. A woman is given a prescription for a local vaginal estrogen, or DHEA, and uses it faithfully but continues to have painful intercourse. In most cases, the product is working just fine and...

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Eating Popcorn for Science: A New Study to Help Women Living Without an Omentum

Eating Popcorn for Science: A New Study to Help Women Living Without an Omentum

Participate in this tasty study! Take the survey to see if you qualify >> Omentum? If you have never heard of it, you’re not alone. Most people are not familiar with it. Meanwhile, thousands of cancer survivors are living without an omentum. Omentum Awareness Credit: Wiki Commons The omentum has been known throughout history, with Aristotle referring to it as a “large apron” that covers the intestines, and Hippocrates believing the omentum played a role in secreting and absorbing peritoneal fluids. And, in modern times, the invention of the microscope in the late 1800s brought it into view. Despite all...

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What To Do About Painful Sex After Childbirth

Let’s face it, you are exhausted, stressed out, trying to heal- and just not in to it. It has been six weeks since your baby arrived and your doctor has just given you the green light to resume sexual activity. Your health care provider says,  “Everything down there is healed and looking healthy. “. However, what your doctor may not have mentioned is that for some women who have recently given birth,   sexual intercourse could be painful.  The good news is that this is usually a temporary problem, so new moms:  take a deep breath!  If you are experiencing discomfort...

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Sexual Health is Pelvic Health: Recognizing Pelvic Pain Awareness Month

Sexual Health is Pelvic Health: Recognizing Pelvic Pain Awareness Month

May is Pelvic Pain Awareness Month, when we take time to recognize those who are dealing with pelvic pain, and increase awareness as to what causes it and what can make it better. Common causes of pelvic pain Tens of millions of women worldwide experience pelvic pain. In the U.S., 15 percent of reproductive-age women endure pelvic pain for 6 months or more [1,2], and 25 percent of all women have reported at least one pelvic floor problem [3]. Common causes include: Endometriosis Adenomyosis Uterine fibroid Ovarian cyst Dysmenorrhea / menstrual cramps Ovulation pain Urinary tract infection Pelvic inflammatory disease...

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