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!
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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"
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: 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!