3 Tips For Trying To Conceive With Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Posted on: 9 June 2017
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) if one of the most common reproductive endocrine disorders in women. Although the condition can cause significant cycle abnormalities, it is when a woman wants to conceive that PCOS can have a dramatic impact on her life. There are several steps you can take to increase your likelihood of conceiving when you have PCOS. Improve Your Diet Many women with PCOS struggle with their weight. Unfortunately, the condition can make it difficult to lose weight, which in turn makes PCOS worse.
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When Your 9 To 5 Causes Back And Neck Pain 24/7: 4 Possible Solutions

Posted on: 7 June 2017
Back and neck pain are bad enough, but when your very job is the problem, your solutions can be limited. It's not like you can quit your career or call in sick when the aches and pains set in. So what are you to do when your work is a literal pain? First, arrange for a physical with your doctor, to rule out more serious conditions like a bulging or herniated disc, sciatica, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis or an actual injury.
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2 Reasons To See A Pain Management Specialist

Posted on: 31 May 2017
One of the worst parts about having any type of chronic pain is being able to alleviate the pain enough to actually be able to have a decent quality of life. Thankfully, a major pain management specialist can help you deal with your chronic pain issues and a variety of ways, such as the two listed below. Help You Sleep More Easily One way that a pain management specialist can help you out is by helping you to sleep more easily.
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3 Signs Of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction In Women

Posted on: 25 May 2017
The pelvic floor muscles in women are designed to support and assist in the function of the bladder, vagina, rectum and uterus. Unfortunately, many women find that over time, their pelvic floor muscles do not function as they once did. Luckily, there are treatment options, such as certain exercises that can be performed or even pelvic reconstructive surgery. If you have pelvic floor dysfunction, your doctor can talk to you about your options.
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