• What is a Hypertonic Pelvic Floor?

    This was not a thing in my vocabulary when I got my surgeries, I wish it would have been for sure though. The more I learn, it helps me understand (obviously) a lot more about myself and my body. You know when your in your teens and you’ve just discovered that there’s this thing called sex, and everyone’s like “omg I hope I don’t get “too” loose down there”, and kegels enter your life? This is when when you’re 15. So you start doing them when you’re waiting for the school bus – how f*cked up is that? Then you start watching Sex and the city when you’re 17, and…

  • Lichen Sclerosus in current research

    There has been research done on Lichen Sclerosus, but not as much as we’d hope (or what we may want), and high quality prospective studies are needed to fill in the gaps. By high quality prospective studies I am talking about the fact that there are different levels when it comes to research, and unfortunately the ones done on Lichen Sclerosus aren’t all of an “A” level. For instance, looking at the table provided in the picture you can look at the evidence rating of some the studies done, and then an explanation at the bottom. This is something to keep in mind as you (if you’re a nerd like…

  • 3 exercises to release pelvic floor muscles

    Hi you lovely LS ladies (and any other ladies along for the ride),In yesterday’s Instagram post I posted a short video of me doing some exercises to release the hips, you can check out that video here. Everyone who knows me knows that I absolutely love yoga and movement, anything to make my body feel better and lighter. Many of us suffering from Lichen Sclerosus, Vulvodynia or Endometriosis, just to mention a few, also suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction. Often it is more than just having tight pelvic floor muscles, it can also include tight low back muscles, thigh muscles (inner and outer), hip muscles, glutes. Which can result in…