What Kind of Doctor Treats Lichen Sclerosus?

Lichen sclerosus is a chronic, uncommon condition that causes thin, white patches of skin, usually in the genital area. For women, it is sometimes diagnosed in the gynecologist’s office through visual examination, but biopsy may be needed to diagnose difficult cases or to confirm the diagnosis. As experts in treating lichen sclerosus, we know how…

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Low Progesterone Symptoms

Recognizing low progesterone symptoms is an important step in solving various health-related issues. Progesterone, a sex hormone, is involved in the menstrual process and in maintaining pregnancy. It stimulates various functions in the body, but when progesterone is low, symptoms can appear in many forms. Learn to recognize low progesterone symptoms and how to reverse…

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How Many Sessions of Colon Hydrotherapy Do I Need?

Whether you are on the fence about beginning colon hydrotherapy or are already convinced of its many health benefits, you may wonder how many colon hydrotherapy sessions are required. Understanding what happens inside the body during and after a series of colon hydrotherapy treatments is important in determining how many sessions are right for you,…

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Dr. Coyle Interviewed in Natural Awakenings Northwest Florida

This interview was originally published by Natural Awakenings Northwest Florida Most people assume that if their bowel movements are normal, their colon is doing fine too. But gastrointestinal issues like chronic constipation, irritable bowel symptoms or constant bloatedness indicate otherwise, says Dr. Michael J. Coyle, a urogynecologist and president and CEO of the Coyle Institute,…

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