Category: Women Health

6 Exercises To Do After A Hysterectomy

6 Exercises To Do After A Hysterectomy

Hysterectomy means the surgical removal of the uterus or womb. There are different kinds of hysterectomies depending upon what all organs are to be removed along with the uterus, like the cervix, fallopian tubes, or ovaries. It can be a total, partial, or radical one. The most common indications for Hysterectomy include -- endometriosis, adenomyosis, fibroids, … Continue reading 6 Exercises To Do After A Hysterectomy

4 Things You Need To Know About Hypertonic Pelvic Floor

4 Things You Need To Know About Hypertonic Pelvic Floor

Pelvic Floor Muscles- The pelvic floor is formed by the piriformis muscle at the back of the pelvis, obturator internus muscle on the sides, and levator ani muscle at the base of the pelvis. The pelvic floor supports the visceral and pelvic organs. Along with the core muscles, they help in stabilizing the spine. The … Continue reading 4 Things You Need To Know About Hypertonic Pelvic Floor

8 Facts About Coccydynia(Tail Bone Pain)

8 Facts About Coccydynia(Tail Bone Pain)

The tailbone, a triangular bone located at the end of the spine, is medically known as the Coccyx. Coccydynia is usually felt as a localized dull and achy pain in and around the tail bone. 2. Coccydynia worsens with sitting, leaning back while seated, or when moving from a sitting to a standing position as … Continue reading 8 Facts About Coccydynia(Tail Bone Pain)

Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction Exercises

Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction Exercises

Pubic Symphysis joint holds the pelvic bones together and is strengthened by ligaments and muscles. Symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) occurs when the joint becomes relatively mobile which leads to allow instability in the pelvic girdle. It is common in pregnancy due to increased pelvic load, laxity of ligaments under the influence of hormonal changes, and … Continue reading Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction Exercises

Osteoporosis and Exercise

Osteoporosis and Exercise

Osteoporosis  means “porous bones.” Osteoporosis is a systemic skeletal disease characterized by the loss of the normal density of bone and micro architectural deterioration of bone tissue leading to weak and brittle bones and increased risk of fracture. Osteoporosis is one of the most common disease conditions affecting older people especially women. Any bone can be … Continue reading Osteoporosis and Exercise

7 Exercises for Menstrual cramps and Period pain

7 Exercises for Menstrual cramps and Period pain

Menstrual Cramps and period pains are very common and annoying. The primary cause for this is the prostaglandins(a lipid compound with hormone like effects)which is released in the body during menstruation to help uterus contract. Prostaglandin is necessary for uterus to contract and shed its lining but when these prostaglandins level are in excess, they … Continue reading 7 Exercises for Menstrual cramps and Period pain