To my midwife: I’m sorry. This will hurt.

I miss you every day. It sounds weird, doesn't it? To miss a care provider? But I do and it's uncomfortable and scary for me to write this and set it free. I'm not writing this post to hurt your feelings, to get you in trouble, or to encourage your firing. Rather, I'm writing this to help the countless women who will read this and nod their heads, finally knows that they too are not alone......because women feel utterly alone when it comes to their sad, damaged pelvic floors and vaginas.

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Things you can (usually) expect in pelvic floor physical therapy

If you're reading this, chances are you're vaguely - or incredibly -interested in what happens in a pelvic floor physical therapy session. I know I sure was when I scheduled my first session way back in July 2013. Now, my list is by no means exhaustive or representative of every pelvic floor physical therapist so … Continue reading Things you can (usually) expect in pelvic floor physical therapy

Happy Mother’s Day: I got you a prolapse

It was Mother’s Day. For me, the past two MDs have meant sleeping in, over eating carbs, and celebrating my gorgeous human, now my gorgeous two humans. But this MD I scored a new enhancement that would see me waiting in the emergency room for strangers look at my still bleeding lady parts. It’s all a mama could ask for.