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Pelvic Floor Therapy; What to Expect

I wanted to come back around to the subject of pelvic floor dysfunction and the therapy I’ve been undergoing for the last couple of months. I started pelvic floor therapy for several reasons: First, I’ve experienced a steady decline in the ability to sense pleasure and orgasm over the last 10 years. 1,089 more words


Part 2: Chapter 7 - Numb

Things have mostly been quiet since my last post. Much integration and application of learning. I’ve developed a new sense of Self, one of balance between my Higher aspect and my lower aspect (human/Ego). 732 more words

Twin Flame

"Female Sexual Dysfunction: A Quest for Pink Viagra and 'Normalcy,'" by Katherine Giordano '18


Our society loves sex and, apparently, pathologizing sex. We deem unhealthy both hypoactive and hyperactive levels of sexuality, i.e. anything atypical. But when did deviation become dysfunction? 3,274 more words

Academic Writing

What's Not Being Said

One of the symptoms of various chronic illnesses (such as transverse myelitis and multiple sclerosis) that so few feel they can speak about is that of sexual dysfunction. 334 more words


I Couldn't Have Sex - My Journey With Vaginismus

I wish the title of this blog post was clickbait, but it’s not. I legitimately could not have penetrative sex for many, many years. The culprit? 1,243 more words


17 Women Reveal What It's Really Like To Have Vaginismus

Vaginismus is a medical condition caused by an involuntary muscle spasm that makes penetrating a woman’s vagina almost impossible. If it’s possible at all, it is accompanied by howling pain. 3,190 more words

Love & Sex

Building a strong foundation - Treating the pelvic floor in individuals with multiple sclerosis

By: Kaitlyn Parrotte, PT, DPT, OCS, CFMT

What is Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an “immune-mediated” disease, in which the body’s immune system attacks the central nervous system (1).  1,829 more words