Although the word is relatively rare in today’s common tongue, muliebrity is about embracing your femininity and taking charge of your body to live a happy, healthy life. The word is derived from the Latin muliebritas, meaning “state of womanhood”, and has defined the concept of women having their own identity, separate from their masculine counterparts.

To quote Dr Nieca Goldberg,  ‘Women are not small men!’

No one understands a woman’s body better than a woman herself.

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Happy Síle Day!

Hello there!   I hope you had a lovely St Patrick’s Day last week and wore something green! More importantly, I hope you ate something green! If you’ve been to one of my courses, you’ll know nutrition is a huge part of my approach to women’s health and dark green cruciferous vegetables. Not only are
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Constipation Q&A!

I never thought, when I was starting out as a physio, many (many) years ago that constipation would be such a feature of my professional life (happily not my personal life, although I will say, I have been known to whip out a mini Bristol Stool Scale at dinner parties…) Bowel function is one those
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Bladder Problems?

With 1 in 3 women experiencing pelvic floor dysfunction, it is no surprise that a great number of the women who make appointments with me report some sort of problems with their bladder function. Some of the questions I ask: Any leaking when you cough, laugh, stand up, jump or exercise? Do you ever feel
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Today's Twixtmas Goals include: this!

Happy Twixtmas! (And…relax)

Hello!   So Christmas is over…I hope you had a good one! Here in Ireland, the day after Christmas is a holiday – St Stephen’s Day. In fact not much happens here from a business perspective during Twixtmas – that space between Christmas and New Years. I remember years ago, when I was first working
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Pelvic Health at Menopause

After menopause, more than half of women may have vulvovaginal symptoms that can impact their lifestyle, emotional well being and sexual health. What’s more, the symptoms tend to co-exist with issues such as prolapse, urinary and/or bowel problems. But unfortunately many women aren’t getting the help they need, despite a growing body of evidence that
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