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"pelvic pain" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:35 min | Last month

"pelvic pain" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"For maybe a pelvic floor physical therapist if there's some muscles that are out of balance there. Oh, so literally a Kegel type and might keep things in place. Or the reverse, which is called down training. So I think the only form of pelvic floor exercise we're kind of familiar with kind of the buzzword is the Kaggle's or the kegels. But really, a lot of those men, I have a lot of young thin men that have what I call hard flaccid syndrome. That's a whole other thing we can talk about. What is that? Yeah. Well, hard flaccid syndrome is basically, and I can kind of see these guys walking in the door. I would say they're usually under mid 40s. They're usually thin. They're usually very lean. They've got some really tight pelvic floor. They may have a job, like maybe they work in the restaurant industry, and they're on their feet all day, or in their car, they're driving for sales, et cetera. And it's just this really tight cornice. Tend to be heterosexual men. So they're not having anything usually inserted in the anal region, which is really the way to get to the core there. And these muscles just get so tight and ropey and really hunkered down that it pulls the penis where it gets kind of this, it's a soft penis, but it's also kind of a hard Venus and they have a lot of pelvic pain and discomfort with and without intercourse. It's soft, it's harder when it's flaccid, or it's more flaccid when it's hard or bone. Can be either way, it has kind of a woody texture if you will be. So they're sitting there in my office. They do not have a flagpole erection, but the penis is full and kind of terse. If you will. And then they get pain from all that congestion. A lot of pain, there is a lot of pain, you know, we talked about ejaculatory disorders. There are pain disorders with ejaculation as well. Some of them may stem from prostate irritation or inflammation, but could also be pelvic floor musculature or testicular skirt in nature as well. So let's finish our conversation with that particular topic as men understand it as blue balls. Yeah. So yeah, and it's always, that's a really tough one in my office. So, you know, I think blue balls is just kind of, you know, some congestion and excitement. I do think it's a bit of a psychological phenomenon as opposed to an anatomical phenomenon. We could certainly pull papers. And again, you can give me homework and I'll go back and look at some things. But I think blue balls has just, it's a real big locker room, locker room, previous what we refer to as terminology. But I do think there's some buildup in there some angst. And we do have a lot of men that have prostate problems from not having ejaculations. Yeah, my sense after having talked to the spoken of these guys over the years is that they're no correct me if I'm wrong, but the seminal vesicle, the fluid production by the prostate and the storage and the seminal vesicles can be stimulated by sexual activity, right? Yeah, so the only function of the prostate in the body other than to give me a career and to grew up people's life with cancer. Calculator fluid. But it builds up in the seminal vesicles with stimulation, right? And sperm. Right, and they're all kinds of things with when we talk about electro ejaculation for fertility and men with maybe spinal cord or injuries or other colon surgery, et cetera. So again, that's that complex process. So I do believe there can be some discomfort from storage. Yeah, I think it's storage meets prostate inflammation meets lymphatic buildup or something. It's a combo. But I think in general, you know, I would say to everyone listening today, please don't use blue balls as an excuse to a partner. I think we're beyond that. And I think my question is, is I don't know, did your partner have a satisfactory sexual experience before you just start, you know, racking up zeros and put it in their face. Completely agree. If you want to see that partner again, if you don't, then it is a thing. And if you have a congestion and the partner is now not involved anymore, go relieve yourself. That's okay. You can do that. People don't know how or can't, and I will say, not advertising for all of them, but there are some physical therapists who do implement prostate massage in a medical fashion that is medically appropriate. I have found most of these guys get really for the ejaculation. They just want to they just don't want to do it alone. They want to blame it on their partner, blah, blah, stop already stopped. Come on. Yeah, I think that's really honest discussion comes in, which is why I'm so glad that you're here, you know? It's also really important for it to leave this particular conversation because it's own your sexual health. Take care of your sexual health. It's complicated. I know doctor Google is out there and makes people even more confused, but there are people like doctor ash got around that can help. And don't be afraid to ask. But I think your orgasm is your responsibility. Number one, right? Just like your physical fitness and your, you know, nobody's gonna shake you and say go to the gym. I mean, unless you're able to pay somebody to do that, right? But I think that it's part of your, the World Health Organization in 1992 recognized sexual health as a basic human right. So it is part of your health and wellness overall. See what become literate if we need resources so we can get everybody resources. Understand your own body before you want to blame it on someone else because you're going to have different experiences and you have to know what makes you tick and you deserve to know that or your sense of well-being. I'm just glad we had this conversation because so many of the questions I get over the years is am I normal? Am I normally am I normal? What about this? So I think we sort of surveyed the landscape adequately today to answer most men's questions. Other than the Twitter at Carolina sex Ed, where do you want people to go to see you? They can go to she SHI Carolina dot com. That's my sexual health institute within Carolina urology partners. And telemedicine is important.

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

03:30 min | 8 months ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on DNA Today

"I hope that's the case for any partners I have in the future. I'm not worried about it. No biggie. And I didn't think about it for a long time. And then I started to have chronic pelvic pain. And there is some new research coming out about testosterone for trans guys and transmasculine on a binary people and how it may lead to pelvic pain. Some people are able to kind of mitigate that with certain kinds of IUD. That didn't work for me. And it was really miserable. I was in pain, almost all the time. And it wasn't worth going off. Testosterone for me. We didn't even know if that would work. And the research is only now budding. At the time that I was experiencing this pain, there was speculation and then some research was just beginning. And about the time that the next thing I'm about to say happened, the first paper had come out about it. So they already started having like, okay, we have a little bit of evidence, there's some tie, we don't know what it is, exactly, but like we know that there is this thing that's happening where trans folks who are on testosterone are having this chronic pelvic pain. And the one way that seems to have been working for everyone is to have a hysterectomy. And so I read about that online and I talked to my gynecologist about it and I was like, this pain is awful, nothing we've tried has worked. What do you think about the hysterectomy? I never planned to carry a kid, like that sounds like an incredibly dysphoria inducing experience for me. Not really my thing. And I had just started dating my girlfriend who had now been with her a couple of years. But it was like very early on in our relationship, like way more early on than anyone should have to have this conversation. But I basically had to have a conversation with her about like, hey, I'm thinking of getting rid of my reproductive organs in a lot of ways. Do you plan, do you plan to have biological children? Is that something that you're hoping for? And she said, actually, yes, it's really important to me. And we had a long conversation about it. And actually, since that time, I've learned a lot about privatized infant adoption and the problems with that and all that stuff. So the idea of having a biological child of my own from my genetic material versus via adoption necessarily is more of an idea that I'm open to and excited about now, considering a lot of the trauma around adopting stuff like that. That's very complex for another for another webinar. But basically, I was like, okay, well, I guess I have 'cause the reason I brought it up with her is because I had to make the decision about what I was going to do about my eggs. Then, 'cause I couldn't do it after I got my hysterectomy. And so I was like, okay, well, I got to explore my options. She'd already frozen her sperm. Before we started dating, and I asked my that day, while I was sitting in her bedroom, messaged my gynecologist on the portal and was like, what have I got to do to freeze my eggs? Because I realized that even it was so early on with her, even if I didn't end up with her, I could end up with someone else for whom it's important. And so as long as I could afford it, there was no reason for me not to do it..

"pelvic pain" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Do you have Medicare and do you use a CPAP machine? This is a national healthcare alert regarding your CPAP supplies, using a clean CPAP mask and clean supplies is important to staying healthy. The best way to make sure your CPAP equipment is clean is to get new supplies. If you have Medicare, we have great news. Medicare will pay for you to have new clean supplies every 90 days. We'll even do all the paperwork for you to make sure that there's little to no out of pocket cost to you. And you don't even have to leave your home. We provide free in home delivery. So if you're a CPAP user and you have Medicare, staying healthy with new CPAP equipment is easy. Just make this free phone call right now to get started. Sponsored by specialty medical. 800, four 8 5 four four O 9, 804 8 5 four four O 9, 804 8 5 four four O 9. That's 804 8 5 44 O 9. Alan cable it's time now for you and your dog. Wanna hear that? Yeah. Who's the cute father little who's got the fuzzy? Who's gonna take you a little fucking? Oh, your nose is so late. Oh, no off off the tape off the table. You wanna treat mommy loves you, mommy loves you. No, I'm gonna scratch the special spot on your tummy to make sure they don't like kick. And now times animals interrupted news reports. Here's a kitty that decided to jump on the news person's shoulder while she's reporting. Oh, my goodness. That's a way to start a Thursday, Nicole. Here's a weather guy at the zoo in Australia when a pelican decides to bite him on the bottom. The anchor guy says do you love it? Mentally Scott. This is animal radio baby. You're listening to animal radio. Here's how and Judy. I've been promising it, you've been waiting at the edge of your seats. You ready to talk to UTI. Let's talk UTIs. We have doctor Tony buffington, he's a Professor of veterinary clinical sciences at the Ohio State university college of veterinary medicine. Doctor welcome to the show. Hi, thanks a lot to be here. So what is UTI and is it only in cats? Well no, actually, that is one of the many confusing parts of the disease that I study. UTI is an acronym that stands for urinary tract infection. And urinary tract infections in cats are actually quite uncommon. But the signs of a problem related to the bladder all look the same, because the cat pees blood, it pieces outside the litter box. It sits in the box and screams all those things. And there's 30 different diseases that have been identified that can cause that. Now, fortunately, they're not, they're not all equally likely. Some are much more common than others, and since in people, urinary tract infections are quite common and result in the same signs of pain and constantly need to go to the bathroom. The assumption is made that because the signs are the same, the disease must be the same. Is there a link between stress and these UT issues that we're talking about? Absolutely. And that and so I spent my entire career learning about that. Because it turned and so just a little history in the early 1990s, I was I received funding from the national Institutes of health, the study, these urinary tract problems in cats as a naturally occurring model of a disease called interstitial cystitis in women, which is our chronic pelvic pain syndrome. And it turns out that as far as anyone can tell, it's the same disease in two species. What we did with the studies is that we had people who were going to have these cats, euthanized because they were not acceptable pests to them anymore, donate them to our research colony. And what we noticed, the things we noticed when they came in is, first of all, they didn't just have lower urinary tract problems, many of them had problems with their lungs or their skin or their GI tract or their behavior and after they got into the enriched enriched environment of the category, we were keeping them in all of their signs went away. Were you scratching your head at that time? Well, actually, that's sort of making it easier because the only way that those organs can communicate with the environment is through the brain. So the brain had to be reading something in that environment that did found threatening for long enough that it started that those organs started to function abnormally. Stress stress is the cause in about two thirds of the cases, though. So it's the most common cause. And the way the way people, people will notice that they're not using the litter box anymore. Or that they or that they're hiding or that they're starting to act or just pick them up and they'll try to bite you because their belly hurts. Those kinds of things. They go into the litter box 20 times a day. Instead of three, which is normal. And that would be a sign that they're stressed is that they may not be using the litter box. Absolutely. Yes. Okay. What can we do to lessen our pets stress ultimately? Well, with cats, what we do is change the environment and we decided to do that just because of the research that we had done when the environment changed the animal got better. And so we have a conversation with the owner to try to find out what's going on in the environment. Does the cat does the cat have a safe place where it can go? Is it being bothered by other cats or the dog or whatever? Does it have chances to climb and opportunities to scratch in places that are okay? So the owner's not yelling at it or throwing a can at it or squirting water at it. One of those kinds of things. And so we restructure the environment at the same time, we try to talk to the owner and explain to them that it's just that cats are just a little bit different from other species and so if you put these things into place and let them choose what they want to do, they often get better. So for example, if we want to change if someone thinks they want to change the diet or change the litter, you don't just take the old diet or the old litter away and give them the new one because the cat might not even know what it is. So you always change it as a choice in a separate container next to the usual one. Oh, I like that. Yeah. I've never heard that term before, but that's great. Yeah. And then the other thing that we do when I'm biased here, but we've published on it. And I'm biased because I'm a nutritionist. Cats are hunters. I mean, that's what they were on this planet to do. And then they just came into contact with us a few thousand years ago and we changed their lives. And so we've become really big fans of using of putting their food in different kinds of puzzles so that they can so that they have the opportunity to hunt and find their food and we find that that really improves their perception of control of their surroundings. Which is what stress is is when you lose your perception of control. These are great. If you want more tips like these, head on over to fear free.

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Well, I get asked a lot of questions by honestly both males and females about fertility, or perhaps more accurately infertility, increasingly these days. I don't know, maybe my audience is aging as I age or people are just stuck at home during the COVID pandemic locked away trying to figure out how to make babies. I don't know. But yeah, I get questions like how to increase sperm count, how to store and free sperm, the best diet and supplements for fertility and a whole lot more. So I've never done an episode just devoted to how to get your swimmers a little bit more dialed in or how to optimize fertility, particularly when it comes to males and sperm. I know there's a whole bunch of topics related to fertility. There's an entire other consideration for the egg component for females, et cetera, et cetera, but for you couples who maybe want to conceive or for you guys who may want to analyze your sperm, get your sperm stored, et cetera. I think that's going to really be the topic of the day for today's podcast with doctor amine harati. He's an MD. He's an assistant professor at the James Buchanan Brady urological institute and works at the Johns Hopkins hospital. He's also the director of men's health and director of male infertility there. And he's the adviser to daddy, DAD, DA DI, which is an at home male fertility services company for sperm testing and for sperm storage. I actually just sent in my own kit to store my sperm and doctor harari would be able to debrief us on why that might be a good idea. But he also, you know, he researches everything from spinal cord injuries to genetic basises of male infertility to hypogonadism to pelvic pain syndrome and a whole lot more. So this guy knows his way around our nether regions, I suppose would be the best way to describe him. So doctor harari, welcome to the show, man. Thank you so much, Ben. It's a true honor to be with you. Yeah, and I was actually thinking, you know, Madden plan on asking this question right off the bat. But you know as I was kind of feeling folks in on your history, for some reason, when I said genetic basis of male infertility, I kind of got me thinking just a second here. Is this something like in terms of male infertility, which I do want to get into more with you regarding statistics and stuff on it. But are there actually genetic SNPs that would like predispose you to being less fertile? Absolutely. Really? There are gene mutations, there are epigenetic mutations that are passed on from generation to generation to generation to generation. And that's one of the things that we harp on whenever we talk to our male patients who are interested in fertility valuation and preservation or optimization that if there is a lifestyle factor that they are consuming or imbibing or whatever exposure that they're getting, that that impact on their sperm quality is marked on the DNA of the sperm and passed on multiple generations. So our health is a factor of our great great great great grandparents. Interesting. Is that something that because a lot of people will just get, you know, for example, a 23andMe evaluation. Is that something that would show up on evaluation like that or do you have to test specific SNPs if you wanted to see if genetically you were actually predisposed to have a, I guess, a little bit more of an uphill climb in the fertility department. Yeah, so unfortunately it was 23andMe test wouldn't be able to identify the mutations. The hard part is that there are thousands of genes between three to 4000 genes involved in sperm production. And then within those genes there are areas of the genes that code for protein areas that don't code for protein. Areas on that sit on top of the DNA called epigenetic markers. So it takes one inflection of one of those markers epigenetically or a ding and the DNA to cause a mutation and unfortunately we've only identified this less than ten mutations in animal and confirmed it in humans that cause infertility. So we still have a mountain of work left to do to identify the true genetic cause of telling only scratch the surface of it. Wow. That's crazy. And I know there's probably a few research papers that can hunt down and put in a show not for people. The show notes are gonna be a Ben Greenfield fitness dot com slash DA DI. I know that for women, doctor harari, you know, there are a variety of predisposing conditions that are probably related to genetics, you know, like polycystic ovarian syndrome I know as one issue, I think there's another gonadal gene issue. It's like the XX gonadal, this genesis and a premature ovarian failure and a lot of stuff that goes on with women, but before I interviewed, I started to look into it and it appears that about 50% of infertility cases from the stats that I could find are not related to women, but are indeed related to men and you know there's like mitochondrial DNA mutations and endocrine disorders and chromosomal abnormalities and all sorts of things that you can look at to find out whether or not you're at a higher risk of being infertile, but you know one of the main things that I seem to run into over and over again is that it seems that infertility is really on the rise. You know, they say that guys testosterone has decreasing as, I guess, more little boys are probably sitting at home playing video games, not out, chopping wood and doing hard manual labor like, I don't know, bail and hay with their dad out in the field. Which kind of makes sense. But along with that general drop in fertility or journal drop in testosterone among men, infertility seems to be on the rise. Is there a good reason that you think that that infertility kind of seems to be a bigger issue amongst guys? I think part is the fact that we're focusing a little bit more on it than we have in the past. If you look at the media portrayal of male infertility, there's very little in pop culture and media that talks about male infertility..

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on Power & Pleasure : All Things Women's Health Uncensored

Power & Pleasure : All Things Women's Health Uncensored

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on Power & Pleasure : All Things Women's Health Uncensored

"So I want to start today with saying happy PCOS awareness month. And yes, I get it. It is the end of September and the end of awareness month. But the perfect time to have this episode because we need to continue on with this awareness into October, November and really all year round. PCOS is such a prevalent thing in us women. They say one in ten women have PCOS. So think of the women in your life. I mean, I know of at least four people in my life. And this is in my personal life outside of clients that have PCOS. And when you think in your life, I'm sure you could probably think of one or two women. And this is why it is important to create this awareness and out of this out of the women that have it, our maybe out of the women that don't even know they have it because they say up to 50% of women aren't properly diagnosed, or it just takes years and years for them to get properly diagnosed. They go into the doctor with complaint of acne, irregular periods, maybe bloating, whatever it may be, one of the many symptoms of PCOS, and it kind of just gets brushed off. Oh, it's part of being a woman. Go on birth control, it's in your head, whatever you may have heard or have been told yourself personally. And because of this, it just gets brushed under the carpet. So even more of a reason to create awareness. So that we know if these symptoms start showing up that we could press our doctor or healthcare providers and be like, no, we need more testing, and I really want to rule this out. So out of the women that have been diagnosed or maybe not even quite diagnosed, a common thing I hear so, so often is here. Just go on birth control to manage your symptoms of mood swings acne, pelvic pain, a regular periods, maybe missing periods, depression, anxiety. Whatever it may be, like, just have the birth control. But.

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Support a family's financial stability but if just got anxiety and depression and physical pain visit. He's the k. They actually physically have pain and she starts to talk about how medicine itself has been transformed in a similar way to strive for pain-free wolves like we try and raise our kids not to have any adversity or suffering. We take it away from them. Medicines done the same to paint because prior to the nineteen hundred c points out that we didn't have the drugs well some degree of pain. Yeah we didn't have the drugs to a degree but pain was considered healthy. Not huge amounts of pain. Obviously some pain was considered essential to the healing process leading such as of the eighteen. Hundreds were kind of locked to adopt general anesthesia. Because they believe the pain boosted the immune and cardiovascular response and actually accelerated healing and saying that these same doctors that believed that the uterus was a wondering yes honestly how that's related. No connection it'll By contrast doctors today they're expected to eliminate all pain and if they don't they've kind of failed as halos pain in any form is considered dangerous. Not just because it hurts bill but also because it's thought to kindle the brain for future pain by leaving new rule logical wound that never heals the paradigm shift around pain. She says has translated into massive prescribing of feel-good pills. And that's what she goes into adderall and ritalin and The prescription stimulants which is yeah oxycontin. Which is absolutely rife You know the number of americans who have filled a benzodiazepine prescription increased sixty seven percent over the law so it was like eight years or something. There's like thirteen point. Five million people with those prescriptions and beyond extreme examples of running from pain. We've lost the ability to tolerate even mina forms of discomfort way constantly seeking to distract cells from the present moment to be entertained. And she's got a story of a A korean student who came to see because she had crippling depression and anxiety and anna's suggestion to who was tribe walking to the sessions without your headphones in you know without your phone and just walk and she was terrified of this off. The idea was terrifying. She's ipod so boring. What am i going to do. What am i going to think about. And she was just this idea of just not happy being plugged into a podcast or youtube or something was just like suggesting she jump off a cliff like it was crazy. Isn't that sad though. I mean i'm beginning to feel old because that that idea of being terrified of not being plugged in. That's a really bad thing like it means that stoicism and you're just strength is gone. Yeah and and you're not the only one to notice things changing She references all the stats from the world. Happiness report they know that the wealthiest countries the greater the decrease in self reported happiness goals intellect japan canada area america european countries that just dropping And such as interview nearly one hundred fifty thousand people in twenty six countries to determine the level of anxiety disorder or excessive worry about the life and again the the richer countries had way higher rights of anxiety than poorer countries. The disorder is like a high income country disorder the more comfort we have more luxury we have the more decadent alives the more miserable uwe but what i found interesting is you're also in more physical pain. Physical pain is increasing. What do you mean. By physical parenting people just have Aches and pains in their bodies more headaches actual physical hurting so she says over the course of her career she seen more and more patients including otherwise healthy young people presenting with full body pain despite no identifiable disease. No injury of any sorts. No electricity no rube goldberg pitcher. On four thousand eneg garage or maybe but they just they just in physical pain like their whole body is literally hurting. Maybe this is the thing which is where does two old. Maybe the rest of the young young kids out there is like oh every day. They're literally in pain. Maybe the king. I can in pain. That's why they're so. What is so crazy Upset and that's what's going because you do see people in their twenties like particularly online. They just seem like honor. As i said i feel because i feel like they completely irrational and completely insane. And maybe maybe they're sitting there going. What other people. Don't have panel time there bamboozle you because i think it's normal or also. The problem is though in. This overmedicated society. They probably don't realize they're in pain because they probably medicated. Look this is. This is what's happening. I'm joking but she says. Look the number and types of unexplainable physical pain. Syndromes are exploding like and they have new names on my complex region regional pain syndrome. Fibromyalgia interstitial cystitis. Maya facial pain syndrome pelvic pain syndrome. And so on. There's no like okay. This is a disease there or this bacteria infection. Or you've got to assist obon spurs or something. None of that exists just paint psychosomatic. Where's it coming from. So when research has ask the following question to people in thirty countries around the world during the possible wakes to the question how often have you had bodily aches. Pain never seldom sometimes often a very often. They found that americans reported more pain than any other country. So the question is why in a time of unprecedented wealth. Unprecedented freedom. Technological progress medical advancement. The every kind of desire is at out disposal. A click away why do we appear to be unhappier and in more pain than ever before. She says the reason were also miserable. Maybe because we're working so hard to avoid being miserable that comes back to the answer. Being this happiness it comes back to dopamine and it comes back to that balance so again dopamine. It's not the only neurotransmitter that's involved in reward processing but it's pretty much universally agreed. It's the most important it basically releases. It's like a drug release of the brain's reward pathway The foster releases dopamine the more addictive the drug for example For a rat in a box you you increase the basal output of domain by fifty five percent if you give them some chocolate Sex increases dopamine released by hundred percent nicotine by one hundred fifty percent cocaine Two hundred and twenty five percent. Amphetamines a thousand percent. So she says like one hit of the meth pipe is like ten orgasms but in addition to the discovery of dopamine neuroscientists have determined that pleasure and pain processed in overlapping brain regions. They work fire an opponent process mechanism. Like a balance like a seesaw. You got paint on one side pleasure on the other. So is that why. Some people might be Indulgent medium like pain in sex acts because it actually causes the release of pleasure chemicals. Yes exactly right She says you've got to imagine how brains.

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Pulling Back the Curtain on the Female Orgasm

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Pulling Back the Curtain on the Female Orgasm

"Briefly go over some issues women face when it comes to difficulty orgasm. We've discussed before psychological issues like low self esteem poor body image or something like anxiety or an eating disorder at can affect sexual performance ability to orgasm. There are medical issues. Like denia niceness and difficulty producing lubrication to name a few a at twenty t analysis identified some top factors in sexual dysfunction relationship problems stress mental health issues. Poor physical health. Genetic urinary issues. Such as pelvic pain a history of abortion a history of female genital mutilation sexual abuse being religious. Perhaps due to sexual shame and stigma so the nelson's found that things like communication positive body image exercise. Masturbation can help improve sexual dysfunction. Some people experience depression sadness shame irritability crying self-loathing etc after orgasm achieved consensual pleasurable sex things. Like post-coital trustees or coil destroyer. Some studies suggest over half of women have experienced post-coital foia or cd at least once in a recent survey found that it often is linked more to one realistic expectations than underlying medical condition. Yes And this is kind of related to the petite more or the little death which is used to describe the unconsciousness people. Some people experience after orgasmic. Likening it to death and something. I've just learned about an experience and foolishly did an experiment to test for research for this episode and it took me out a whole day are sex are orgasm but overall i am so these intense headaches that occurred during or after sexual arousal. They can be short-lived or lasts a few hours a couple of days about three days. They're pretty rare and men are more likely to experience them than women. If you are someone who suffers from migraines you're more likely to experience them as well. There are two types orgasmic headache. Which is intense throbbing pain during her after orgasm or sexual benign headaches. Which are these headaches. That build during sexual arousal the kinda guy come from the and then go up some experience both at once and they can be A one time thing or happening clusters of risk six. Twelve month period. Some people have said they're around for life They happen because of muscle contractions and or a spike in blood

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

If These Ovaries Could Talk

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

"We saw what did your. I was gonna say the same exact thing. What is your you were. Oh my god no but it's always true we see it every time jamie but it is always true. It really is. They've they've been through it man. A lot of bullet train rides in the middle of a pandemic jamie june in another country. Where you don't speak the language g sh-she that's hard. That's i don't even. I don't even know the jargon you have to use in english. So i can't even i think there's a lot of just like sticking all i know is joan even tried to tell me that our families aren't intentionally you even file punch your i know and the fact that that one of them actually had to really be alone like they gather which makes me sad. No that is the state of the world and it's important that we share these stories. But you know i wish them all the best. Then it's going to be great and let's hope that there's the good news that they're going to share with us soon. I have my fingers crossed. As i'm saying me too jamie do before we start reading. I do want to share. And i know you want to too about new podcast called tight-lipped lipped and it's a storytelling. Podcast it's by and for people who have chronic volver vaginal or pelvic pain this is this is a real thing is and this is serious and it needs to be talked about. And i'm so glad they've made this show so the show create a public conversation about quote unquote private pay feature honest personal stories from people living with persistent vaginal and pelvic pain. Which is common than i even have to say. I didn't know one in four people. With jonah's one in four people are dealing with chronic volvo. Vaginal pain i mean. They're late anytime. I mean that is insane. How many people that yeah. I have not one of my friends. And i've got more than four friends with volvos china's no one's ever said that to because they don't talk. That's the problem is a stigma. Everyone of my friends are going to be like. Are you the one with the will. Women don't even come to their doctors at. Don't even say it to their doctors beginning. A of doctors don't even take diagnosed or toll to take that seriously really stigmatize. We gotta talk about china's more camman guide china's i know and so and we when they reach out to us. We were like. Oh my god we have to talk about this because like we have a female leaning audience but like this podcast. It's not just a podcast. But they're also trying to make like they're doing something similar to us in that they want a grass roots movement fighting for all those that are experiencing this they they want people to be diagnosed correctly treated effectively and then given some goddamn compassionate care. All of us folks with vaginas deserve compassionate care is right and it happened..

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Acupuncture as mom now when it comes to let's say uterine and even ovarian cancer you can feel pelvic pain or even pelvic pressure and when it comes to let's say ovarian and vaginal cancers can be signs of let's say constipation. An increased frequency in in your needs to urinate being aware of these signs and symptoms are extremely important very important live in even those that have contacted acupunctures my life to discuss comedy and for recommended to see their doctors right away. Contacted us to simply say thank you. We understand the meaning. Dirigibles feel nervous about unusual symptoms. We're not anti allopathic medicine. If it's necessary to see your doctor we're going to recommend that you do synergy that route tempt to create different types of doctors is. Is this what we do acupuncture. Because it's about your health. It's about your health. Which is why you must make acupuncture part of your life because acupunctures my life what's yours..

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

Precisione: The Healthcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

"You tell us a little bit about what endometriosis is house diagnosed and how it can affect somebody in how they feel yes so and in trio says is a genetic condition. That's also inflammatory. And they're in. My opinion is in autoimmune component. Although that's debated in the literature and essentially what is is a series of growth that are noncancerous but can in some cases predispose people to having pelvic cancers and these growths are made of tissue that is very similar to although not exactly like the tissue inside the uterus which is called the end of meacham so these lesions grow throughout the pelvis abdominal cavity can be on the bowel on the bladder intestine ends diaphragm ovaries being tubes outside the uterus. It can beyond My official structures like Musco skeletal structures like ligaments and fasha and these leaders have been found as far flung as the knee or the nose. Lungs that sort of thing. So it's a systemic disease. One of the earlier theories about it was that was related to retrograde menstruation. And it was like these. The tissue the menstrual tissue instead of leaving was growing still in the pelvic cavity again. That's found not to venture we now find. That in studies done on fetuses. Nine percent of female fetuses have an betrayal regions. You know even pre birth and ten percent of the people with uterus. The population of people with uteruses around world have dimitrius so there is some kind of genetic factor that has not yet been fully elucidated.

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

Precisione: The Healthcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

"Dr german lives in works with her husband and daughters between houston texas in fairfield connecticut. Dr drummond was educated at the university of virginia. Emory university duke. Integrative medicine and maryland university of integrative health. Jessica welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me. It's my pleasure to be here arm excited to start talking with you. Why don't we start by you telling us a little bit about who you are what your passions are and how you came to do what you doing today. Yes well i started my clinical board practiced as a physical therapist back in nineteen. Ninety nine and i started in. The world of orthopedics was an athlete as a kid up. Pretty quickly began to specialize in women's health. Which in the world of physical therapy is is sort of like orthopedics specific to women's health so orthopedics related to breast cancer surgery or pregnancy. Postpartum pelvic pain urinary incontinence. Things like that. And why i found over time was my most complex clients that we really had really had kind of struggle with our tools to be able to fully get back to optimal health. Were those who had various. Chronic pelvic pain conditions of dania and dimitrios says painful bladder syndrome or interstitial cystitis at many several of those public florida's functions surgeries. All of that and after my oldest daughter was born. When i was postpartum i had a a sort of shock to my hormone. Jump if you will and What i think. Knowing what i understand now i think what happened to me. At the time was i had a reactivation of epstein barr had a lot of t kind of chronic colds and flus. I was ready. And eventually that led me to discover the world of functional medicine and functional nutrition. And you know it was so amazing to me that i can heal what had been kind of struggled for about two years. Postpartum by changing mind. Nutrition and relationship with stress. And you not over exercising in a more mindful approach to work that you know why hormones a energy in my health you know fully recovered. And so i brought that perspective back to my clinical work in pelvic pain because chronic pain in public in particular has some of the same attributes systemically and in terms of hormonal imbalances. And so i began to kind of create a more integrated practice. And then i went back to school and got a doctorate in clinical nutrition really have been refining. We create more physical medicine with more of a functional nutrition perspective. And just all of the great work of lifestyle medicine because so much of it really comes down to the day to day. Twist of how people take.

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The Rage in My Pelvis

Ladies, We Need To Talk

02:08 min | 1 year ago

The Rage in My Pelvis

"Pelvic region there is a hell of a lot going on. It's basically like a pre covid rock concept and all your organs at crowded pressed up against each other jostling for space. Your ovaries have fist. Pumping uterus is quivering. And the philippian tubes making devil horns on the sides up the back keep bowels and just busy listening out on the baseball abrasions. Well the plan is squished against the bar. Used to think about it being crowded these pelvic stadium rock show if one organ stumbles in the mosh pit. It can take some or all of the others down with it. Basically persistent pelvic pain can be caused by an array of different conditions. And even though you may not have heard the term. It's very common. Almost a million women in australia live with persistent pelvic pain. Michelle is one of them. It's excruciating like someone's stabbing enough. Well it does affect me daily. Have a lot of pain with doing so. I always wondering where the toilet is. You know what. It's gonna feel like when i get a really full bell that can be really painful. Michelle's thirty one and the rage in her pelvis started about ten years ago. In my early twenties. I decided to come off the pill to lead more natural lifestyle. And then bam the pelvic pain of started after came off the pill because from what i've learned the appeal was kind of keeping it dormant for all those years for me personally. My pelvic pain is mostly when i have sex a period pain and other kind of pains. But it's mostly with six. Oh with penetrative sex. If feels like a deep stabbing kind of shooting pain every time then my partner will have to run. Get me a hate. Pack in some some anti-inflammatories.

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Don't talk about a 67 year old woman. She's marriages, two kids. It's just fun when she drew up a bladder cancer. She's been followed for years for 18 years of the bladder cancer, she said. Multiple procedures and Terps tr bps trip, Sir. When the urologist goes and looks into the bladder system, Skippy and then t r B P is where the transfer read through second of bladder tumor. She said. Multiple transferred through section of the bladder tumor. She was given B C G, which is an ImmuLogic treatment. What didn't work and then the certain kind of cut back look and told us she was okay. But she wasn't okay. She had scans. Why? He told her she was OK. When she had a large invasive bladder cancer. We don't know shit. Another transfer through a section of the bladder tumor. It's kind of a muscle invasive cancer six months ago in the surgeon told her she had to have a sister act to me. She had to remove her bladder. And then she went to a super duper pooper Scooper ST. Elsewhere Hospital, New York City and they're gonna give her chemo and then remove her bladder and she had five cycles of chemo. She became septic. She nearly died. She went into kidney failure. She nearly died in the ICU with chemo. And well, Then she got a pet scan. And there's a question of the lymph node and she couldn't take Kim owner blood counts were very lower. Hemoglobin was seven she was in kidney failure with chemo. He's just fed up with that she was fed up with the approach of the super duper pooper place. Chemo nearly killed her, and she really did not want to lose her bladder. And yet no one told her. Hey, you go see Dr Liederman at 13 84 Broadway, and he's an expert in treating Bladder cancers. Well, no one told her that, but we Met with her, and we told her about all the options and, yes, it was sad that our doctors seemed to get lost. They were losing her. They lost her and sort of finding a small cancer cancer is allowed to grow to a big Invasive stage, and then they wanted to do surgery, which she didn't want. Then she had chemo, which he suffered from, and she still doesn't want the surgery. She didn't want the surgery yesterday. She didn't want the surgery today. She doesn't want the surgery tomorrow. It's just not want to live her life without her bladder. She doesn't want to urinate through a plastic bag on the side or a tube. On the side. She just does not want to do that. Wow. And this is the work. We do years decades of experience, treating thousands of people with cancer and bladder, cancer and other cancers. Most people I see with bladder cancer want to urinate the same way they do not want to lose the bladder. And they know that even if you have surgery doesn't mean the cancer's not going to come back. So there's lots of reasons. If you have a cancer or bladder cancer to come in and get checked out, Make it appointment. You can call us even now at 212 choices. 212 choices you can call even now. Get a booklet Gonna DVD. This is the work that we do every day. Best, of course, is to meet in person caused two into choices in digits. That number is 212. 246 40 to 37 to 12246 40 to 37 If you want a package information call ists mailed out at no charge if you want. Book that DVD If you want Morson, people want more packages. Please come into our office at 13 80 for Broadway, Broadway and 38 Street in the heart of New York City. That's 21 to 246 40 to 37. My name is Dr Liederman, and we'll talk about a man who was referred to zero just most urologists in town like to do cutting This is urologist that hates to do cutting cause you no surgery is so lousy for prostate cancer. Well, he sent this man to a cement from Puerto Rico is 70 years old as a Gleason seven cancer. Four of six scores were positive. Had pelvic pain in the memory of one of the biggest hospitals in an Amerian the biopsy and a biopsy four months ago, one of the biggest hospitals you never got treatment. Then he went to that You're always just to hate to do surgery. Then he came here and he has back pain, He said. No treatment. He's lost £25. He's gone from 202 £175. He's 5 ft. Seven. He never smoked. He does have a shortness of breath and I examined him and he has a nodule or prostate. So for this Mantis Gleason seven cancer and.

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on WJR 760

"Course, your expertise is in gynecology and obstetrics. And how does it affect our health? Well, I think you know, there's a ton of studies that talk about as you gain, you know, fat in any part of your body that's going to increase your risk for heart disease. Right, so that's number one. But I really think it has to do with your metabolism in general, and I think it's a very large, vicious circle and that as you gain weight, you become Maurin active. And there's another common metabolic principle where you know the Adipose tissue that we accumulate when we gain weight oftentimes leads to more insulin resistance, So there's a lot of complex biochemical kind of stuff going on there. But the bottom line is that Your body, The more weight you game, the more its propensity to gain weight is And so it's really important to intervene in that early stage because it becomes harder and harder, The more weight you gain, and I think you know those things often times increased a lot of other issues they can exacerbate, you know, wait can exacerbate respiratory conditions. It can lead to an activity more blood clots, heart disease. There's there's a lot of things, you know, even even some of your van. Musculature changes when you gain a lot of weight, right and it can you no impact your blood pressure as well. So all of those things I think need to be, you know, at least thought of as motivating factors. Too, You know, alleviate those things. I'm gonna lose weight because I want to be healthy and one of the big goals like Susie said. You know, in the goal that I use, and I think a lot of people use is I want to be healthy for my kids and my grandkids. And I think that you know, when people start to really focus on something outside of just themselves, they typically do much, much better. And I think that's what the program that women's excellence really focuses on is you know, like what? What Susie says, you know, setting that goal and then also Um, you know, allowing people to understand that they're the end point of that goal is for you to be healthier, more active and more fun to be around and have more fun yourself as a person because of that activity. Susanna and Dr Jonathan's Aiden as well, if you want to have to weigh in on this, Have you seen patients coming into your office? Who's Frank? Frankly, their depression over this past year in the isolation that we've all experienced is impacting maybe the weight gain and the inability to lose those few pounds or two kind of motivate themselves. Let's say absolutely, I mean, you know, to kind of hone in on what doctors. They didn't have said. Everything tends to be a vicious cycle. You know that woman when she had come in, and she had seen that her clothes didn't fit. Her mood was down. She hasn't been able to engage in any of her regular activities. That alone is enough. So even if she was having even the slightest bit, maybe very subclinical depression. You throw that in there, It just makes it you know, 5 10 times worse But again, you know, when you look at the body and look at the patient as a whole, these are all things that you're able to identify when you come into women's excellence. And doctors. Aiden when you do you ever refer someone to Susanna as they come in to you that maybe need to lose a little bit of weight or how does that work? Well, you know, I see a lot of patients, you know, for surgical type problems, but a lot of those patients once I develop a report with them, and we have a certain level of trust, obviously taking somebody to the operating room for complex conditions. You know, you build a good level of trust. A lot of those patients will ask me or sometimes I just bring it up in casual conversation and say, Hey, you know, you might be interested in and you know, doing some weight loss. Now that you've had this problem taken care of, because you have to remember. Ah, lot of the things that I do. I kind of lied to an activity. For example, bladder control problems leads to an activity and then just chronic pelvic pain, like you know, for endometriosis and so forth. Those things lead to people just not wanting to do very much. They certainly don't feel good in an inflammatory Reese State like if they're having a lot of pelvic pain, they don't really want to go on exercise and with bladder control problems. Some people are just frankly too embarrassed. To do that exercise, and even when they're at home, it's not comfortable to, you know, start exercising and leak, so they just don't do it. And so sometimes when I'm done,.

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Stage D onesie. 55 year old man. He's a Spanish speaker. He's married with two Children, and he had a biopsy. Five of those 12 cores were positive. High risk answer. And he came for treatment. He came to us two years ago and his peers say with our treatment on Lee is now zero. He's in remission. He's had no other She within our achievement for Ah, hi police and police in eight cancer. This is the work we do. And speaking about Travel. I just talked about a family that traveled the husband, wife traveled from Miami. Both had cancer. The wife had bilateral breast cancer. The husband of prostate cancer. Here's a man who flew up. Usually people think about going to Turks and Caicos Islands. Is the man who came from Turks and Caicos Islands for his treatment. Why? Because he heard about our treatment in our results. He's 55 years old from the Caribbean islands. He's married Ia's 10 Children. As a family history. That's positive for prostate cancer. Yet a biopsy showing mother wears of cancer in the bone scan was negative. Yet some pelvic pain his way was to 26 aside is 5 FT eight. Is in the large prostate and we treated him. He came here two years ago for prostate cancer treatment just have the treatment here. He works for the government and Turks and Caicos Islands. Came for the treatment and he came back This week, He came back to New York for a visit and came to see me is P ece is now zero. He's sexually active is urinary life is fine. His sexual life is fun. And that's what happens to our patients, most commonly, which is the opposite. Compared to surgery. Most people have surgery lose their sexual life. Most people have surgery for the prostate open surgery. Robotic surgery lose their urinary control of lick each of the year and lots of reasons Why so Many men and women with cancer come to 13 84 Broadway. Where we accept most insurance is Medicare. Medicaid. I can tell you this man is Very, very happy. He was happy and smiling. And we talked yesterday about stream meant and how beautiful it was an easier was and how his cancer is now in remission, and he's doing well with no other treatment. This is the work we do. You can get information if you would just call us to win two choices. Madam Sector Leader middle Bright back when Dr Lieberman came to New York, from Harvard 97% of Women in New York were losing their breasts as breast cancer treatment. But 90% of Dr Lieberman's patients with breast cancer, we're keeping their breasts. Dr Lieberman and outspoken advocate of breast saving therapy educated women about choices. Toe arm, every woman about breast cancer choices, breast saving whenever possible. And desired when every hospital thought standard radiation was okay. Dr. Lieberman had a better idea. Innovative doctor Liederman First bought brain radiosurgery to New York and body radiosurgery to America. Meet Dr Lieberman.

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Hey, Dr Lieberman were back. So start to Liederman Cancer Doctor trip aboard, sort of hide, talking about learning together. We'll talk about a woman who came to me. She's 65 years old. Born in New York City. She's marriage has two daughters. She came with her husband She had trauma years ago, was left unable to walk its spine surgery, but she's been a wheelchair for decades. She's gonna have a breast cancer about two years ago was a great three breast cancer. The cancer was about two centimeters about an inch and no lymph node in valuation was performed. She's in a wheelchair. She's difficult to move and didn't want to do surgery. She came to us and Came with an apparent stage two breast cancer grade three triple negative and we treated her. She we talked about all the options. We talked about surgery and chemo and all the options. And she wanted our treatment only, and she received a short course of pinpoint focused radiation to the breast. Refusing surgery, refusing chemo, refusing other treatments, just our treatment. This was last year and I saw her this week. She is cancer free. Doing well or physical exam is fine or breast is fantastic. Her exams or mammograms, Blood tests are a okay, This is the work that we do every day, I'll talk about a woman who's 80 years old. Born in Boston, Massachusetts. She has six Children. She came with her son, she said, Right leg swelling and right pelvic pain and sugar elsewhere. Cat scan that showed multiple layers of cancer was biopsied was a T cell lymphoma. She was given blood thinner because she has a blood clot in that right leg. The blood is probably blocked by the big blood blocking lymph nodes. She's on blood thinners. I examined her. We talked about all the options. We staged her up. We got a pet scan. We found cancer in the neck and chest and abdomen and pelvis. He seldom formal. We talked about all the options. I encouraged her be seen about systemic treatment, which she's declined. She wants focused radiation on Lee. And we're treating her to try to open up the blood vessels and take away the pain and suffering and most likely will succeed where we aim the beam with high success rates. This is the work that we do every day. What about a man? Actually, it's a man and his wife. They both had polio years ago. The man has 74 his wife is about 60. They come from Florida. So so she'll say, I come from New Jersey or Long Island or Staten Island. It's so far away. This is the capo with cancer. The wife has right and left breast cancer. The husband has prostate cancer. They're in wheelchairs. They came from Florida for treatment. And yes, indeed they're staying in the Hope Lodge. Hope Lodge is a lodge that Z produced and prayed for by the American Cancer Society. It's very generous, and it offered this Capo free lodging while they're getting cancer treatment, and many of our patients stay at Hope Lodge for free. It's a first come, first served. First class place Excellent place on 32nd Street. This is a man who has COPD and he has a prostate cancer is getting treated with us because he just wants to have better. Kerry's had prostate cancer for 15 years, and he said concoctions Another man, a smart man with concoctions that have not worked. And finally he's getting pride Mary treatment to the prostate, which should give him the highest chance to be cancer free. I'm talking about them because number one's great patient. I love my patients number two, the effort. Some people make to come to 34 Broadway to get the best possible care to trust the doctor in the staff with their life. And that's what we do. That's what we're doing for this man and his wife, who has bilateral press cancer, treated both press simultaneously so she'd get back home to Florida. And carry out their normal activities. This is what we do every day. Are there about a man who is 70 three's Hispanic man from Puerto Rico is a Gleason seven cancer. His PSC's been as high as 15. He was diagnosed two years ago. And I can tell you that people who wait for treatment have less good results. He's 73 years old. He's a teacher came with his friend. He has two teachers use diagnosis of one of the biggest hospitals in New York and a Gleason seven p s a 15. Multiple course positive five course or positive these you're gonna biopsy the prostate standers 15 extra beers, 12 areas that had taken and multiple areas. Five of those 12 areas were positive for cancer. He had them or I show in bulging with cap. So why is he here to get better results? Because he saw the data were the only facility I believe to show the data's you can see in advance. You wanted to avoid radical surgery because you wanted better results. You want to avoid robotic surgery have better results with us. He wanted to avoid radical robotic surgery because he wants to keep his sexual life and urinary life, And he understands if you have open surgery, robotic surgery for prostate cancer, most likely his sex life will be a POOT and very commonly, there's urinary leakage peeing in the pants. He doesn't want that either. It's gonna be in the hospital. Will be laid off just want infections and the complications, which is so common with radical surgery for the prostate radical surgery for the prostate Open. A robotic is the most common cause of Shortening over the Penis. He doesn't want his Penis shortened because he has radical surgery, his prostate, So it's another reason which almost has never spoken about, but it is a true issue. It's something to talk about. You're welcome to come in. You're welcome to be seen. If you have a prostate cancer or suspected prostate cancer, or you just want to be checked up. Give us a call, make an appointment to win two choices. 21 to 246 40 to 37 to 122464237 and another man who won't talk about a man who was born in Colombia, South America that Gleason, the Eight cancer. Now with Gleason make please. Today is how the cancer looks into the.

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Throwback, deserting. Get are built. Just get her a belt. And some flowers. Hey, now taking over my patients here, there's no reason to hurt your thumbs with all those massage to right center to Kendall with the belt with all right, So in our practice, we're going to see a lot of women with urinary incontinence and pelvic for prolapse. When you described pro lapse of that term to people, what are some words that you're using? I'll say, you know, there's a little bit of weakening or loosening of the tissues down there, and sometimes they just because they've gotten weak. They aren't holding up the organs as well. So the organs can actually start toe to drop down a little bit into the opening of whether it's the vagina and the rectum. That's great. And so you know these organs you're the uterus and the rectum and the bladder. They're not held up by like strong rope. They're held up by ligament. Better by design are supposed to stretch relax and contract because that baby makes the things all stretched out with age and with multiple Children. Sometimes those things don't you know, bounce back and they start really stretching and coming out of us, And so we use surgery, toe repair a lot of those things, but I assure you from the guy that's operating. Ah, lot of those surgeries. You can count on that surgery, working 100% of the time in 100% of the patients and it's an invasive procedure, so we use physical therapy. You know, oftentimes either in conjunction with serves the CEO of discount instead of surgery or with mild cases, and what kind of woman expected They're coming to you for parole after your name and continents, But what's gonna happen in the room? Sure. So the first day ask a lot of questions. Get a general sense of history and any other She's there going on. We will do an exam of your back and your belly. Any scar tissue adhesions in there, your legs, your hips kind of way. Picture typical physical therapy visit looking like for a few minutes, and then we'll move into more of a vaginal or internal exam for women. So oftentimes they'll set up. We're like an O. P Jin visit with on their back, knees bent draped and I will just do an assessment, looking at kind of the quality of the tissues. I'll make sure they could do a key goal correctly. I will often insert a finger and just feel for trigger points in those muscles, either right on the outside are a little further inside and this trigger points. If they're found in the muscles of the vaginal wall can create a lot of this. Function and actually make it harder to contract toe Hold in the year. And oftentimes what I see with women is they think they've been doing kegels correctly, but 40 to 60% of women when they read a passage online about to do people do it incorrectly. They actually pushing at the same time, firing other things at the same time, and that can actually lead to more dysfunction. So a lot of the first session is paid. You know, Duke Eagle, Let's re train you. I use a lot of different cues to do that, and then you know, teaching them some exercises before they come back and see me next time. It was actually one of the most surprising things that I really Your plan is I started doing a lot more physical therapy consultation is that people don't really know what they're doing. They don't really know how to stop from pooping on themselves. I don't really know how to stop from King on themselves, even though they think they know what they're doing. Like you think you know what? Your feelings you're not feeling the right thing. And so for us, you know, we use biofeedback was the technology, which is kind of Externally stimulating the muscles that we want them to stimulate on. Then what are some other techniques that we might use to help retrain people in their use of the pelvic floor? So I will use some verbal cues in some kind of imagery that can help and I'll do some breathing techniques that could just kind of help down, regulate the nervous system so that it can then fire correctly. The biofeedback. There's kind of two different ways to do that. You can use Thies. These probes both internally and externally, and there's actually a readout onto a machine. So when you're doing a Keagle, the patient can watch a little readout on the machine go up and down, depending on how hard they're contracting, if they can hold it. And then also if they can fully relax the public floor because oftentimes that's the problem is, people were just sitting there holding it the whole time. It like 50% contraction, and it's really only supposed to have, you know 10% contraction and most of the day, so What is that, And then you can actually put a gentle electric poles into the muscles that could help the patients to find them. If they just haven't used them correctly, in a long time. That's great and exhausting, in addition to the head had been physically anyway. Ultrasound technology through the use of our spark wave technology for pelvic pain, and that's something that we've been really proud of it really happy with. And for both men and women. If you're interested in telling for physical therapy, we have clinic appointments safe, clean. We wipe down everything. Even the patients stand still. And I'll wipe you down. Get up with you down, boy. Charge extra for that. No, we should wait for the next week. Okay, especially if he gets shut down around a candle. Thank you so much for joining us. How do people get a hold of us and how to make an employment with Kendall? You can call us at 51223807 16. You know one thing we never talk about Ben Wa balls were stuck about that next time. Our website his armor. Men's health dot com.

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"pelvic pain" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"pelvic pain" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"U urology specialists that urology practice that we started in 2000 and seven It has been a minute and in a U. Stands for North Austin urology and Dr Mystery is his real name. It is not a fake name. It's m I s t r y. When you go to Google it it is not a mix up either, And I want to tell you about a funny mix up. Uh, this in recent memory, a drug company accidentally combined or switched sildenafil, which is the generic Viagra with tragedy on sleeping pill. Oh, that's a better recall it really they sure that's a real story is the real story. Oh, and so you had a bunch of horny, sleepy man. They were horny and sleeping with the bed, Right? Oh, man. Good looking wives. All right. You think the wife beating the wife switched the bill? Yeah. You're giving those wise men right? It is. Sorry, Michael. Sorry, Michael. You're going to bed sleepy time. What can I tell you uninterested side effect of trans ido, which you know the people made fun of the story. For that reason, one of the side effects of president Is in a certain subject of people. It can cause private business. We're in the middle of the night. These guys will wake up with an erection that will not go down. Oh, so in some ways, it's almost like a super Viagra for like 100 people, But, you know, but not enjoyable. If you have that one, you meet me in the emergency room and I got a sick needles and things And you have the sleepy boner Sleepy boner, and then you end up in the air. That's right with a needle stuck in your Penis. So I will tell you that I will tell you a story of a sleepy border at some point, Okay? Good. Good idea. My days of the Via. How do people get us hold of us and how they make an appointment. Tell us about our office. You can call us with your sleepy phoner stories at 512238076 to our email addresses. Armaments health at gmail dot com. We can ask any embarrassing or not embarrassing questions you want and we will answer them anonymously. And if you mention a T shirt, I will send it to you. Our websites. Armaments health dot com and we're all over the place Round Rock, North Austin, South Austin and Dripping Springs and our podcasts are award winning. They are incredible. And they're free wherever you listen to podcasts, So we talk a lot about men on this show. We've had a lot of women would reach out. But our top podcast downloads role was about women's topics. E think that we should have a women's health show and just talk about a couple of men's things and those will be downloaded. Well, no segments. We call them. That's what she said. That's what she said. So we have a That's what she said happening today, she said today, Dr Lipe Hunter life Dr Kendall Life has a doctor in physical therapist. Very physical therapy here period. I think I pronounce it like I read it therapy. She is one of our newest additions to our practice. She joins Dr Angela Tredway are other physical therapist who's been with us for over a decade on really helps us be able to provide what I think is that comprehensive care we have discussed where physical therapy plays a role in a number of different men's health topics like pelvic plain, a pelvic pain, erectile dysfunction, a testicular pain, and I thought we talked today with Kendall about where physical Therapy plays a role in women. So thank you for joining us today. Kendall Carson. My God Beer, So I think that most people if they were to understand what you did is a profession would think that you see a majority of women with that right? Definitely. And I would say that's true for the majority of public for Pts, now, in a urology practice. That's different, though, because you know, a lot of our patients are men, and we're really trying to seek out additional ways for them to get treated. But in women in general, what do women generally see a pelvic floor physical therapist for I think the most stereotypical reason woman come see us is pre postpartum issues, particularly postpartum, but some pre partum as well. So a lot of women have problems with pain with sex or incontinence after having kids or the house from tearing on scar tissue, whether to the C section or the PCR to me, so there's some of the big ones that we see most common patients. That's fascinating, so it wouldn't really occurred to me that that young women who just gave birth that's what we're talking about are going to be One of the most common things that you've trained on our patients that you're going to see, because we don't see a lot of women. You know what her practices just gave birth, So a lot of those people are coming, you know to tell before physical therapist in and outside practice did you know in Europe? Actually, a lot of countries in Europe. It's just It's a common place for them. Like, Oh, I had a baby. I'm gonna go see the pole for Patino, which I think is awesome. And they know over there. It's not normal for women. It doesn't employment don't have to leave After you have a baby. I mean, it is normal, but it's also very treatable and should be treated the one area that I Thought was very valuable was the s. I joint pain, the sacred ilya joint pain that would occur prior to giving birth. My own wife had that And you know a lot of people have it. And then after physical therapy and wearing a belt Asai belt really helped a lot of those people not have that pain. Definitely. Maybe because your wife had six Children. So so many men in your pregnant wife is a.

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To Kegel or Not to Kegel with Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed

The WoMed

04:41 min | 2 years ago

To Kegel or Not to Kegel with Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed

"I feel like we gotta, talk about. Sex and other stuff in periods, and the more people who listen the better. Yes, and the they can in turn. Send that knowledge off to. One hundred percent. Oh God. There's such a taboo on it. Definitely I. Mean even now I mean years ago, there was a huge taboo. People would talk about like certain topics like finance and divorce and many when you're pregnant, not telling anyone and like sex forget about it even. Huge, it's still it's still so big. Oh, yeah, and then He. Oh, my Gosh, you couldn't even mention the word like period around men or something like. Oh, no way back when I mean even now it's. It's still like guys like what? I know I. I had like a dollar for every time I went allege set period where the guys rely A. Involuntarily like shudder or something, it's like why. I brought that up to. I had this like six cents in. You know like I woke up and I was like Oh God like my period I just started, and I just made it to the bathroom and was just probably graphic, but you know whatever. This plot just like came out and I'm like. And I texted my group of girlfriends like. What if men just bled from their penis? Would they still. They would be like floor crying like they had. The man flew all day. Long Term my God now. Well. First of all I hope you get. You have thanks fannies. Thinks okay good one. I want things to be a sponsor so if they're listening I. All the time. I will tell them I'm thinking embassador so I really. Obsessed with thinks they are doing not an ad by the way, but they are just. Only God. They're doing so much good for like like. Women and stuff all over the one hundred percent, so like I been wearing. Thanks for like five years and. Wearing them I stopped leaking my bedsheets. Because I I was definitely that tech teenage girl who is constantly. dirtying my bedsheets, waking up in the middle of the night and yet and having that like crazy periods, and like yeah, but all we already have gotten it on my pajamas and I'd be like. Oh, another pair down I know. But Yeah I do thanks for Reverend. Now that I treat pelvic pain I'm like such a big fan of it. Because of my endometriosis, patients who are constantly leading heavily yeah. I will definitely tell them. and reach. Have like maybe reach out I. Don't know how that goes, but young. I'll just give them my email I'll give it to you afterward. Done recording, not kidding I love them so much. I was that girl like? who before she went to bed would stick like. A regular like overnight Patton, and then like another one up the back like jutting. Or, like a towel underneath. I've definitely done that. Yeah, but like thinks has like such different. They have so many different styles that have different lake flows that it will that. Have! You gotten the super. No so the super is like super, super thick. It's like it's like it's almost like cloth inside of it. L. My Gari so like. That one's the thickest. Obviously, it's more like granny panty ish, because it is bigger but I mean on day one. Yeah, pretty I will go in entire day like. A backup pad I don't have time to go to the bathroom at work all day along the entire day and not have to change not leak. No and they're still dry, yeah! That's amazing like it's like. They're so comfortable and it's not like. You're sitting in like wet blood all day like it literally wicks it all away there, so yeah, I can't say enough good. Kenny I could go on about them because realistically who the Hell Wants to change their pad and also they're just economical and good. Yes hundred percent, and they're they. They provide like reusable famine. Enough hygiene products to women in Lake Third World, countries like underprivileged nations and stuff, too, so girls can in school and Oh, I love that.

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Angus King to begin radiation treatment for residual prostate cancer

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Angus King to begin radiation treatment for residual prostate cancer

"Men will get prostate cancer one in twenty three will die of prostate cancer. This is the man he's a father of four who was diagnosed eight years ago with prostate cancer Gleason, eight nine prostate cancer had no treatment he was fearful unsecured. You refused all treatment. He was diagnosed at one of the super pooper big hospitals at which time has PSA was nine. He was seen by a variety. Doctors. See I saw him three years ago. He had some low back pain yet some symptoms. He was waking up at night to urinate yet. Some pelvic pain he was spending hundreds of dollars a month on concoctions on ozone Animas antioxidants, and it didn't work and I saw him I told him. Wow. You have a Gleason nine cancer, you have high risk factors to die from this cancer. And well, I didn't see him after I I saw him and see him for another year. And then he came back. And I said, well, why did you come back? He said, well, he tried another year doubled up antioxidants anthem Animas, acupuncture, ozone layer, true, all kinds of things mega vitamins antioxidants. Nothing worked his PSA had dabbled. So imagine that his all those Matt. Listens. And these fed thousands and thousands of dollars in his PSA doubled. Which means that the cancer even grew faster. There's actually data showing that people take all the concoctions in their body. The body's not a garbage yard. It can't deal with all those concoctions and pills in the body all those vitamins, and that toxins to just can't deal with it. It's like we used to throw the garbage in the ocean. And after a while the garbage should just wash ashore because the ocean wasn't endless in the body's not endless while this man through endless garbage in his body is PSA doubled. He came to us. He got traded. And

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