Essential Reading for Women
For generations we have entrusted our medical care to doctors. The medical system, however, has been hijacked by the corporate financial interests of Big Pharma and the major multinational surgical supply companies. We can no longer trust that the system is working in our best interests.
While the system excels at treating trauma and acute care, its approaches to the chronic conditions of women's health are appallingly ineffective and often harmful. As women, we must now be far more educated about our own body in order to safely direct our own care, be it in or outside the traditional medical system.
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Essential Reading for Women
What you need to know to make informed decisions about your pelvic health and avoid dangerous and damaging surgery.
The most common form of prolapse is the bladder pushing into the front wall of the vagina.
The second most common prolapse is the rectum pushing into the back wall of the vagina.
Uterine prolapse is the least common, usually because the cystocele and rectocele prevent the uterus from descending the vaginal canal.
A related condition, urinary incontinence can range from leakage when coughing, sneezing, or running, to strong, sudden urge incontinence, to total continence failure.
Although hysterectomy is considered benign and routine surgery by doctors, it is major surgery with permanent implications for a woman's quality of life.
The root cause of both prolapse and chronic hip and knee pain is unnatural pelvic alignment. Correcting this alignment puts you on the path to hip joint health.
Orthopedic surgery for chronic knee pain is a serious danger to long-term mobility and quality of life. Knee pain is also related to pelvic alignment and easily managed.
If you are a married or partnered woman, talking with your spouse/partner can be difficult and strain the relationship. Print this article for your husband/partner.
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