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If you have a bladder condition like Interstitial Cystitis, you know it can be hard to find bladder-friendly recipes & foods. Try Trish's Fresh Bean Salsa! Ic Recipes, Ic Diet, Health Awareness Months, Bean Salsa, Interstitial Cystitis, Frozen Corn, Salsa Recipe, Food Preparation, Healthy Living

Bladder-Friendly Fresh Bean Salsa - 180 Medical

If you have a bladder condition like Interstitial Cystitis, you know it can be hard to find bladder-friendly recipes & foods. Try Trish's Fresh Bean Salsa!

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Dr. Gundry's Presentation On Improving Gut Health From Home

Liquor store run? Keep an eye on the wine you buy. Your bladder (and theirs) will thank you. Ic Recipes, University Of Colorado, Liquor Store, Pinot Noir, Wines, Alcoholic Drinks, Foods, Eye, Primitive

Bladder Friendly Wines

Liquor store run? Keep an eye on the wine you buy. Your bladder (and theirs) will thank you.

Bladder plays a vital role in our body, being one of the main actors responsible for storing and eliminating the urine. But did you know that this body is very vulnerable to several diseases, such as inflammations, infections, bladder over-activity or eve Natural Health Remedies, Natural Cures, Herbal Remedies, Natural Skin, Natural Beauty, Natural Sleep, Natural Healing, Health And Beauty, Health And Wellness

5 Treatments To Detox Your Bladder Naturally - All Beauty Tips for women

5 treatments to detox your bladder naturally.

Vitamin D deficiency can contribute to osteoporosis, fractures, muscle pain and weakness, and is linked to pelvic floor disorders. Adding a supplement to your daily routine is not only great for your bones, it can also boost your reproductive health. Vitamin D Deficiency, Pelvic Floor, Muscle Pain, Disorders, Bones, Routine, Vitamins, Health, Food

Add Vitamin D to Your Daily Routine

Vitamin D deficiency can contribute to osteoporosis, fractures, muscle pain and weakness, and is linked to pelvic floor disorders. Adding a supplement to your daily routine is not only great for your bones, it can also boost your reproductive health.

Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs), such as urinary incontinence and uterine prolapse, affect as many as one in three women in the U. PFDs can severely impact your quality of life, but many of these conditions can be treated or cured. Uterine Prolapse, Urinary Incontinence, Lone Tree, Self Assessment, Pelvic Floor, Disorders, The Cure, Conditioner, Foods

Do I Need to See a Urologist?

Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs), such as urinary incontinence and uterine prolapse, affect as many as one in three women in the U.S. PFDs can severely impact your quality of life, but many of these conditions can be treated or cured.

Stacy is sharing her story about leaking urine after her son was born to help other women know that it is a common problem. And as she found, there are treatments that can help you get back to what you love to do. Other Woman, Helping Others, Foods, Women, Food Food, Food Items

Stacy Talks About Bladder Leakage | CU Urogynecology | Denver

Stacy is sharing her story about leaking urine after her son was born to help other women know that it is a common problem. And as she found, there are treatments that can help you get back to what you love to do.

 Elisa Birnbaum focuses on colon and rectal surgery, pelvic floor abnormalities, surgical treatment for constipation, prolapse and fecal incontinence. Lone Tree, University Of Colorado, Pelvic Floor, Professor, Surgery, Awards, Career, Medicine, Positivity

Meet Dr. Elisa Birnbaum

Dr. Birnbaum is currently a professor of surgery, colon and rectal surgery, at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She has held several university teaching and director positions throughout her career and has earned several awards and honors of distinction.

Janine Oliver, MD, specializes in reconstructive surgeries of the female pelvic floor, including surgical repairs of incontinence, fistulae and pelvic organ prolapse. Oliver earned her medical degree from the University of Virginia School of Medicine. University Of Colorado, University Of Virginia, Pelvic Floor, Surgery, Medicine, How To Remove, Foods, Female, School

Meet Dr. Janine Oliver

Janine Oliver, MD, specializes in reconstructive surgeries of the female pelvic floor, including surgical repairs of incontinence, fistulae and pelvic organ prolapse. Dr. Oliver earned her medical degree from the University of Virginia School of Medicine.

If you have a sensitive bladder, you will not have to miss out on tasty foods this fall. The key is to know which foods are more likely to irritate your bladder and which ones are more likely to soothe. Interstitial Cystitis, University Of Colorado, Anti Inflammatory Diet, Bad Food, Diet Tips, Healthy Habits, Falling In Love, The Cure, Healthy Living

Keep Your Bladder Happy

If you have a sensitive bladder, you will not have to miss out on tasty foods this fall. The key is to know which foods are more likely to irritate your bladder and which ones are more likely to soothe.

Bladder discomfort can make coffee seem like the enemy, but that doesn't mean you have to give up your beloved cup of joe. Try the 2 to 1 rule. University Of Colorado, Social Icons, What You Eat, Health Diet, Improve Yourself, Foods, Coffee, Food Food, Coffee Cafe

2 to 1 Coffee Rule

Bladder discomfort can make coffee seem like the enemy, but that doesn't mean you have to give up your beloved cup of joe. Try the 2 to 1 rule.

Are you suffering from constipation? Try a home remedy by eating these foods that make you poop fast and help relieve constipation. Constipation Problem, Constipation Relief, Constipation Remedies, Best Foods For Constipation, Ways To Relieve Constipation, Health And Nutrition, Health And Wellness, Health Tips, Health Care

18 Foods That You Should Eat When You Can’t Poop

18 Foods That You Should Eat When You Can’t Poop - It may be gross, but this could really help you when SHTF and you are… backed up :D

7 High-Fiber Snacks for Optimal Regularity Need a selection of high-fiber snacks to assist get you through the day? Increasing your fiber consumption with snacks is an excellent concept, because it […] High Fiber Snacks, High Fiber Breakfast, High Protein Snacks, Healthy Snacks, Protein Bars, Healthy Bars, Protein Cookies, Protein Recipes, Savory Snacks

7 High-Fiber Snacks for Optimal Regularity

Need a selection of high-fiber snacks to help get you through the day? Boosting your fiber intake with snacks is a great idea, because it keeps it fun and prevents you from having to suffer through a bowl of oat bran or other boring fiber food. The snacks below are all made with wholesome ingredients, … Continue reading "7 High-Fiber Snacks for Optimal Regularity"

 Guess of CU Urogynecology examines how maintaining a healthy BMI can lessen or prevent pelvic floor disorders, including incontinence and prolapse. Weight Loss Goals, Weight Loss Program, Urinary Incontinence, Bariatric Surgery, Pelvic Floor, Primary Care, Trying To Lose Weight, Healthy Weight, Healthy Lifestyle

Importance of a Healthy BMI

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, and as Dr. Marsha Guess explains in this recent blog, a healthy BMI could help ward off a trip to the urogynecologist.

Magnesium can help the body maximize energy use and relieves muscle tension – yes even your pelvic floor muscles. Bonus: getting at least 300 mg a day (about 2 cups of greens) can minimize constipation and PMS symptoms! University Of Colorado, Muscle Tension, Energy Use, Pelvic Floor, Pms, What You Eat, Health Diet, Muscles, Improve Yourself

Magnesium: The Muscle Mineral

Magnesium can help the body maximize energy use and relieves muscle tension – yes even your pelvic floor muscles. Bonus: getting at least 300 mg a day (about 2 cups of greens) can minimize constipation and PMS symptoms!

Tweaking your diet can get your body back to normal and reduce unnecessary pressure in your pelvic floor. Constipation Remedies, Fiber Supplements, Urinary Incontinence, Whole Wheat Pasta, University Of Colorado, Multigrain, Medical Field, Pelvic Floor

Avoid Constipation: Eat Your Way to Regularity

Tweaking your diet can get your body back to normal and reduce unnecessary pressure in your pelvic floor.