Suffering With Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder? A Few Treatments That May Help

7 December 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD) is a very real, physical disorder that is nothing to be embarrassed about. It is just one disorder in a group that is labeled "chronic pelvic pain." Approximately 30 million women in the United States suffer from at least one disorder from the group. If you find that your body is suddenly, with no explanation, exhibiting signs of sexual arousal, you may have this problem. If the arousal is such that it is painful, it is time to consider your treatment options. Read More 

How To Hide Breast Augmentation Scars

16 November 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you opt for breast augmentation, you might be wondering if you can hide the scars. The most basic of breast augmentation surgeries goes in through the sides of your breasts but leaves obvious longitudinal scars. Of course, scars are more prominent on people whose skin is drier, older and contains less collagen. The more unforgiving your skin is right now, the more obvious scars will be. However, there are ways to hide the scars so that only intimate partners may see them. Read More 

Stabbing Leg And Hip Pain? It Could Be Spinal Stenosis

30 October 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you have frequent stabbing pains in your leg and hip, you may be focused on trying to find the cause for the pain in that area. However, pain in your legs and hip could actually be originating in your back. If you're experiencing this kind of pain, a disorder called spinal stenosis could be to blame. Read on to learn more about this condition, how it can hurt you, and what you can do about it: Read More 

Understanding And Treating Ankle Sprains

10 October 2017
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An ankle sprain is one of the most common injuries, affecting people of all ages. Not only do sprains occur while playing sports, but this common ankle injury can also happen while walking, running, or just moving around home or work. As a matter of fact, an estimated 25,000 people sprain their ankle each day. Although common, most people do not fully understand the causes of sprains and what to do if they experience this injury. Read More 

Tips For Healing After An Osteoporotic Wrist Fracture

20 September 2017
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Osteoporosis causes a lack of bone density as you get older and can lead to fractures of the hip, spine, and wrist. If you live with osteoporosis and have fallen and fractured your wrist, then these tips will help you heal more quickly: Tip: Keep Your Cast Clean and Dry Since osteoporotic wrist fractures often take many months to heal, it is important that you keep your cast clean and dry. Read More