Kayla is a customer of ours and is also living with PCOS. She is the creator and founder ofThe PCOS Bible, acommunityshe developed to help her navigate her symptoms and connect with fellow PCOS sufferers. Empowering othersto understand their bodies better and take back control of their hormones. We asked a few FAQ's to get some answers on PCOS.
Endometriosis is an often-painful disorder in which tissue like the tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus — the endometrium — grows outside your uterus. Surprisingly, it’s not uncommon. When it comes to our periods and our bodies in general, there’s real value in sharing personal experiences – which is why we reached out to Georgia, one of our customers, to hear about her personal journey with Endo.
It’s important to remember that each individual’s health is so unique, and therefore we should all remember to muster the effort – or courage – to get those check ups we’ve been meaning to have, even if you think Google’s got you covered. We spoke to Dr Natasha Andreadis, an expert in the field, to provide us with the facts when it comes to some of our most common and burning health questions.
At some point in your life, you’ve probably thought about the inconvenience of having your period. Each month, we have to deal with a week of cramps, headaches, moodiness, and just an overall feeling of blah. On the other hand, your period also serves as an important indication of what’s going on in your overall health. Here are some signals your period can reveal about your well-being!
Aunt Flo kick you in the pelvis? Read for the rundown on the causes of period pains, how to relieve menstrual cramps (think: aromatherapy, hot packs, and gentle exercise) and when you might want to consider consulting your doctor.
We are fortunate enough to have potentially the most caring customers on the planet who frequently ask us what they can do to get Modibodi underwear out to women in need. So we thought we’d go through the ways that this can happen so that if you’re reading this and want to help out – you can!
My journey with pelvic pain began at a young age. I can remember it vividly, I was 8 and really looking forward to going to the farm, being a city kid seeing animals in a farm with friends was possibly the biggest thing that had ever happened. And there was also going to be lambs and baby chic[...]