Maybe you noticed it the first time you tried to use a tampon. Or maybe your gynecologist joked that she needed to use the pediatric speculum to do your exam. It felt like your vagina was being run by someone else. They closed the gate to any visitors, no matter how friendly or helpful they […]Continue reading
When it comes to issues or concerns with sexual desire in women, they can often be broken down into two categories: low libido (low sexual desire) or HSDD. What’s the difference between low libido and HSDD? Low libido or low sexual desire is reported by about 38% of women. That’s more than one out of […]Continue reading
Many types of cancer require treatment that result in changes to the vaginal tissue and pelvic floor muscles. Gynecological cancers can require surgery, radiation to the pelvis and genitalia, and often chemotherapy. Likewise, breast cancer can be linked with gynecological cancer and often hysterectomy and hormone suppression therapy is a component of breast cancer treatment. […]Continue reading
At Rosy, we love to hear from our users and even women outside the Rosy community to learn what issues they’re experiencing and how we can best support women on their journey to sexual wellness. More recently, our team heard from cancer survivors the need for sexual health resources. Women who have or had cancer […]Continue reading
What to Expect: Your First Visit Most women experience emotions ranging from inquisitive to down right anxious prior to their first pelvic physical therapy appointment. There is no need to be nervous! The first session of pelvic physical therapy is an initial evaluation. You will be asked to fill out forms to provide your pelvic […]Continue reading
What is Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy? Pelvic physical therapy is a highly specialized form of rehabilitation conducted by a physical therapist who has undergone training in examination and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction and addresses issues of the pelvic floor muscles and abdomen. Pelvic physical therapy has been a form of rehabilitation for over 40 […]Continue reading
An underactive thyroid can lead to sexual changes that can be frustrating for both you and your partner or partners. Ahead, a few tips for how to reconnect and be more intimate.
Menopause causes a dry vagina? Why has no one ever told me this? This is a common question I am frequently asked in my clinic. Women do not have adequate education on menopause in general, let alone what happens “down there” with menopause. Technically, a woman is in menopause if a year has gone by […]Continue reading