30 June 2020
These days, you have more birth control options than ever before. Some women prefer to take a pill every day because it helps them feel in control of their own fertility. Others prefer using the birth control patch or getting a periodic shot. However, one birth control option that does not always get the attention it deserves is the IUD or intrauterine device. This is a device inserted into your uterus, which works to prevent pregnancy for several years.
29 June 2020
The mere word "colonoscopy" is enough to send shivers through many spines. This is not a pleasant test to have to undergo, but it's not nearly as bad as you might be thinking it will be, either. If you know what to expect, the experience will not be as scary. So take a look. Preparing for the Colonoscopy For most patients, preparing for the colonoscopy is the worst part of the experience.
22 June 2020
If you're in the beginning stages of pelvic organ prolapse, don't wait for the condition to get worse. You need to take action right away. Pelvic organ prolapse can cause serious problems. Without treatment, your bladder and other organs can protrude through your pelvic wall. That means you may develop a bulge that extends outside your vagina. Here are four steps you need to take to ease problems associated with pelvic organ prolapse.
22 June 2020
The development of hemorrhoids is something most people want to avoid as much as possible. Unfortunately, many people get them at some point in their lives and may need surgery to manage them. Thankfully, high-quality non-surgical care may help to minimize the need for surgical care. However, it must be started ASAP to ensure that it is as effective as possible. Hemorrhoids are Very Painful When a person develops hemorrhoids, they are going to experience a vast array of different pain symptoms that can be very hard to tolerate.
22 June 2020
Digestive problems are often quite persistent in many people and, even worse, have a tendency to spread and become common throughout many areas of the GI tract. As a result, it is important for those in this situation to work with a gastroenterologist to ensure that they get the care that they need to stay free of health issues. GI Tract Issues Can Be a Long-Standing Problem The GI or gastrointestinal tract is one of the most complex parts of a person's body and is connected to many organs.
19 June 2020
Living with long-term, chronic pain can be very difficult. You try your best to face every day, but sometimes you simply cannot even complete daily tasks. You try different medications and treatments, and some work for a while, but nothing totally makes the pain go away. If you feel like you're reaching the end of your rope with long-term pain, then it might be time to enroll in a pain management center.
16 June 2020
If you don't use telehealth services, it's time to start. Telehealth services are a great way to get the medical care you need. Not sure what telehealth services are? They're a way for you to see your doctor without visiting their office. Telehealth providers conducted visits over the phone or through the computer. They offer you the same services you'd get by visiting your doctor's office. Telehealth services are especially beneficial for things like sinus infections and colds.
11 June 2020
Office work may not seem like it would be hard on the body, but people who don't pay attention to elements, such as their posture, put unnecessary strain on their neck, shoulders, and back. As a result, it is important to understand how neck pain management can help here. How Poor Posture Can Impact Shoulder and Neck Pain People who work at offices may not notice that they sit with bad posture most of the day.
10 June 2020
If you have aging parents, it's time to talk to them about medical cannabis. Your parents might not realize that medical cannabis is available to them. Medical cannabis can help your parents. That's because it provides relief from many ailments associated with old age. Here are five of the reasons you should talk to your parents about medical cannabis use. It's Less Expensive If your parents are taking a variety of medications, they may worry about the cost.
9 June 2020
Wearing a waist trainer can help you develop stronger abdominal muscles and a more trim waist. However, there is a bit of a learning curve when you first start using a waist trainer. Here are a few tips to help you adapt and ensure you're using the instrument properly. Buy a trainer that does not roll over your waist. Make sure you try your waist trainer on before buying. You want one that does not roll over at the waist when it is fully fastened.