The Biome Blog

Journal of Sexual Medicine Study Suggests Hyaluronic Acid as a Non-Hormonal Treatment for Menopausal Women

In a systematic review from the Journal of Sexual Medicine, authors evaluated clinical research studies’ efficacy of hyaluronic acid (HA) for the treatment of vaginal atrophy in menopausal women compared to vaginal estrogen therapy.
by SHWI Staff

Hormonal Health for Women: A Pharmacist’s Perspective with Tara Thompson

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Case Study: Functional Nutrition Approach Improves Vulvodynia and Depression

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Integrative Healthcare for Women: Q&A with Dr. Jessica Drummond

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New Research Explores Pain-Related Anxiety and Depression Associated with Vulvodynia

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Understanding Vulvodynia Diagnoses and Treatments: An Interview with Dr. Jill Krapf

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Study: Vaginal Douching Increases Risk of Vaginal Infections

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Impacts of Bar Soaps on Vaginal Health: An Interview with OB/GYN Christina Enzmann

This month we talk with Christina Enzmann, MD, about the disruptive impact of bar soap on the vaginal microbiome. She shares expertise on the link between hygiene practices and symptoms like itching, irritation, and odor, as well as the role of lactobacilli in biome health, hygiene tips, and more. 
by SHWI Staff

A Naturopath’s Approach to Vaginal Care: Q&A with Aimée Gould Shunney, ND

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Feminine Hygiene Products May Be Source of Toxic Chemicals

by SHWI Staff

A Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Approach for Vulvodynia

by SHWI Staff