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Sex After Baby- 4 Reasons Why It Can Hurt and What To Do About It

Jessica Reale, PT, DPT, WCS Why is painful sex after childbirth so overlooked in healthcare? Why do so many women feel like they just have to live with this as a normal “consequence” of having a baby?  This past fall, I went through the craziest initiation process to join one of the most exclusive clubs out there: Motherhood. It has been an incredible and humbling journey for me, especially as a health care provider who specializes in helping women with problems they experience while pregnant and postpartum. Becoming a mother has allowed me to experience and witness first-hand many of...

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Soul Source Donates Dilators to Malawi

Soul Source is proud to again donate dilators and personal lubricants to the Baylor College of Medicine's Global Women's Health Fellowship. Dr. Rachel Pope has committed to 2 years to work in their clinic in the sub-Saharan African country of Malawi, treating women with obstetric fistula.  Fistula occurs when the baby’s head is too big to pass through the bones of the mother’s pelvis. In high-resource settings, a woman in this situation would immediately go in for a caesarean delivery. In low-resource settings, women go into labor in remote villages far from a health care facility, in a hospital or health...

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What We Do and Don't Know About Vaginal Dilators

Leslie R. Schover, PhD       Vaginal dilators have been around in one form or another for at least 50 years. When I first worked as a psychologist/sex therapist in a major cancer center in the early 1980s, women getting pelvic radiation therapy got a dilator that looked like a hard plastic candle. The nurses told them to put surgical jelly on the dilator, and to put it in their vagina several times a week to prevent damage from scar tissue. Before that, I’d worked with dilators in sex therapy for women who had severe anxiety about vaginal penetration,...

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Pre-order your copy of Dr. Seibel's new book, The Estrogen Window

Our friend and colleague Dr. Mache Seibel is one of the leading experts in the country on menopause and he’s just launching his new book called The Estrogen Window.        In The Estrogen Window, Dr. Seibel explains how every woman has an "estrogen window" of opportunity.  Not only can women safely take estrogen during this window, but also taking the hormone in the estrogen window provides a wide range of health benefits that can protect women from breast cancer, heart disease, dementia, and more.   When you pre-order the book before April 15th, Dr. Seibel has put together some...

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Estrogen Safety Acceptable For Breast Cancer Patients

When Jane asked me to write a blog for Soul Source I knew right away I had the perfect one for her subscribers. So many of you are having challenges due to treatment for breast cancer and have found that without estrogen, vaginal dryness and narrowing of the vagina is an all too familiar problem.   As a result of having virtually no estrogen, women with breast cancer often suffer from the symptoms of menopause and one of the worst is vaginal dryness, thinning of the vaginal and bladder tissues called atrophic vaginitis or more recently Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM). ...

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