The following is part 1 in a three-part series onfinding relief from pelvic pain through physical therapy, yoga, and other complementary therapies.Question from Kate, a mother of two boys, ages 5 and 7:”I have pelvic pain due to a non-relaxing pelvic floor. I cannot even sit down without pain. I am already doing pelvic physical therapy and have had multiple therapies (see below). What can yoga do to help me find relief …
Babies toss, turn and tumble in the womb. As they grow, space becomes a premium, and they may move around less often. Most babies finally settle into a head-first position in the last days of pregnancy — the easiest position for the birth process — but some babies don’t get the memo. This can affect the birth process, which is why it’s important to know exactly how the baby is positioned before you go into labor.
Baby jumpers are a great tool for busy moms and active infants. Jumpers either hang from a bungee cord from a door or sit on the ground, depending on the brand and type. Babies can jump at their discretion and play with a toy, while nearby moms have their hands free to make dinner, play with another child or work on other projects.
Genital warts are a sexually transmitted disease caused by a specific type of virus and often characterized by small bumps located in the genital area. Although there is no foolproof medical cure for genital warts, there are a number of treatments that can eliminate the visible warts caused by the virus.