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Wednesday Women's Health in the News: Most Frequently Asked Questions On MonaLisa Touch Vaginal Therapy

MonaLisa Touch: The Issue of Vaginal Symptoms
Even with the passage of time, many women still retain their youthful energy and enthusiasm, but post-menopausal changes can affect a woman's quality of life in unexpected ways. Hormone replacement therapy may not be the best option for many patients, as treatment outcomes can be uncertain. Now there is an alternative therapy for those who are unable to undergo other treatment options for the vaginal and sexual changes that occur due to perimenopause and menopause.
What is the MonaLisa Touch?
MonaLisa Touch is a medical laser that delivers controlled energy to the vaginal tissue to revitalize the cells in the vaginal mucosa (vaginal tissue) so that these cells make more collagen, an essential ingredient in vaginal cell health.
How does it work?
MonaLisa Touch implements CO2 laser energy that is delivered via side-firing probe inserted into the vaginal canal. A two-part pulse targets surface (epithelial) tissue and deep (lamina propria) …

Heading to the Gym: Fitness Tips

It's tough to know how exercise is going to translate into health for all your body parts, and ultimately end up with the right amount of fitness, the ideal weight range, and your healthiest body shaping while maintaining healthy bones, joints, breasts and waist. Both shape and fitness goals are often in concert, but some fine tuning may be necessary. If you suffer injury, or are slow to recover, you need additional adjustment to fitness. Your physician's exercise goals may be quite extensive, whether you have discussed or not! Fitness program goals for you includes: to maintain enough exercise to be vigorous, have better cardiovascular health, to lessen risks of strokes and blood clots, to think better, to sleep, to have better sex, to feel better, keep your weight in the healthiest range it can be, prevent obesity, and finally perhaps to look better! While all those benefits can be obtained, for long term sustaining of those benefits you have to look at exactl…

Discussion, Prevention and Therapy is How to Treat Incontinence

There is no fix if you don't even bring up your incontinence problems with your gyno.
 Dr. Elaine Waetjen of the University of California Davis School of Medicine, Sacramento, and colleagues evaluated 9 years of data of yearly check ups from the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN), a multicenter, multiracial/ethnic, and multidisciplinary longitudinal study of women ages 40 to 55 at baseline. Over 60% of the women with incontinence said that they never brought the topic up and that they just thought it was 'a normal part of aging.' The researchers emphasized that it's important for the gynos to bring it up, as these problems can be disabling and yet curable if a woman works with her health care provider.
 MonaLisaTouch Therapy is becoming the standard for prevention.
These problems are rampant at least 30% of women in reproductive age have urinary incontinence, and by age 72 over 70% of women have this. There are specific types of urinary in…

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Condom Competance! Just Ask!

How do you know if your condom broke? Did you do it right? Can your condom prevent you from getting an STD? Will you still have fun with sex?! Maybe you haven't tried enough brands to know what you like! Maybe we can help you with the right lubricant for you and your condom use!
A WebMD quiz can help you sort through all of this! 
I’ve been reading about this in the journal Contraception, thinking about how and if the condom broke was a big topic. Yes, unfortunately, exploded pieces laying around in the bed after sex, that’s a pretty good sign. So yes, most often, not a trick question at all. But scientific researchers with their headlamps, their magnifying scopes, and their swabs have a whole different take on the question. So what do they test for? PSA. Prostate-specific antigen. It only occurs in men. If found in the vagina after sex protected by a condom, you guessed right: LEAKAGE! Now with the female condom, slippage, invaginating (sort of folding inward), or the peni…

Nails Wearing Thin, Ridged, Discolored? Look to Your Diet

Manicurists are often telling us to treat our nails as jewel's not tools to keep the nails long and strong, but don't forget the dietary secrets that can help your nails be pretty. Here are some basic answers to the most common problems our nails have are due to the diet and it's only a bit more complex than adding in zinc, selenium, biotin, and performing simple loving buffing. But if you notice your nails are not what you hoped here's a quick guide to the fixes.

If you are constantly wearing polish you may just be putting too many chemicals on their nails. This nail painting, combined with even minor deficiencies can cause nail problems. With most nail issues, it's the plate that is affected, and as the offending problem is corrected the new growth at the base will appear healthier. Once you correct the problem, the new nail outgrowth should be healthy, unless you have damaged your nail plate base. We also suggest taking some deep breaths and realizing a univers…