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It is important to maintain a healthy vulva, but few of us receive practical tips. Not all information available for vulvar care makes sense to us at A Woman’s Touch, so we’ve narrowed down the information and corroborated facts with published medical information. Two main principles for caring for the genitals involve letting the vulva […]
Download a free PDF version of this brochure I am a cancer survivor in menopause. I don’t want to use estrogen but I am dry and sex is getting more painful. What can I do? At A Woman’s Touch, we developed a program (beginning in 1997) for people with vaginas who are experiencing dryness and […]
Download a free PDF version of this brochure. Benefits of Cervical Self-examination There are many benefits to examining your own vulva and cervix. By examining yourself regularly, you can gain a sense of what your body normally looks like. You can understand how your body is put together, what your discharges look like, and how […]
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I am postmenopausal – I have vaginal penetration issues that are severe, tearing and extreme dryness as well as progressive desensitization. I am looking for ways to renew vaginal tissue and increase elasticity. Where do I begin…massage vibrator? moisturizer? kegel exerciser? estriol creams? Begin with reading through the Vaginal Renewal program.
Download a free PDF version of this brochure I’ve experienced several changes in my body since starting through menopause, and I’m worried that my sex life will suffer. Is there anything I can do on my own to maintain my sexy self? Yes, there is quite a bit a person can do to maintain her […]
I am experiencing vaginal dryness. What is the best lubricant for me? Your question is best answered if you think about when you experience vaginal dryness: Do you have dryness all of the time, or only during sexual activities like vaginal penetration? (If you have dryness all of the time, you may need both a […]
You’ve got to help us. My whole exercise class absolutely dreads the skip-rope exercises, because every time we jump, we pee our pants. Most of us are women with children, and we’re guessing our pelvic floors are too weak. Is there something we can do? First, you’re not alone. Urinary incontinence (involuntary loss of urine) […]
My friend has been talking to me about a pessary for her uterine prolapse. Can she still have sex? What does it do? What is uterine prolapse? Uterine prolapse is a condition where the uterus slips lower into the pelvic space, usually due to a lack of support by the pelvic floor muscles and ligaments. […]