Doctor insights on:
Hard Tail Yoga Pants
Why is my tail bone off center? I can feel the bump in my left butt cheek. I haven't fallen or anything. I occasionally do yoga and stretches. Help!
See below: I believe you're feeling your ischial tuberosity in your buttock .This is not your coccyx! any concerns go see your primary care physician good luck thank you. ...Read more
Lot of layers...: ...Not likely, but not impossible either. Depends on volume and dedication of swimmer. ...Read more
That is a good idea: I see no problem doing that.Get a more detailed answer ›
My boyfriend put his mouth over my yoga pants shorts and I think he blew some air into my vagina and this could be dangerous do you think I'll be ok?
Keep the clothes on: No worries. Just keep the clothes on, because the porous fabric will prevent an airtight seal. Thicker fabric such as denim is even more protective. Air embolism is a risk if a person's mouth and lips seals off another person's vulvo-vaginal opening, and then he blows... that would be a bad thing to do. ...Read more
I hate the appearance if my vulva, it stopped me from having sex, i even hate wearing bathing suits and yoga pants cause of the fatness any sugestions?
Vulva: There is a possibility that this may reduce given your age. If not then there is little you should do. This is your appearance based on your genetic makeup. Its best to get used to it and learn to live with it. The last thing to do is to have some surgical procedure just because you do not like how it looks. ...Read more
How is meditation and yoga going to help my anxiety? And some people say yoga is hard? How so? Thank you dr.
Need help dealing with my insomnia. Only thing that ever works for me has been Ambien (zolpidem). It's harder get it from my very natural yoga loving dr. ?
My wife has a hard, dime size (maybe smaller) lump around the middle/back of her second toe. Painless and on the right foot. She's a yoga instructor.
To remove, or not.: I'm not quite sure if you are describing the undersurface or the top of the toe. Either way, these seemingly hard lumps most often involve soft tissue cysts such as synovial cysts. They can appear hard, because they are packed with a viscous jelly like fluid. There is the possibility that a boney enlargement is also involved and only an x-ray can verify that. Check with surgeon for treatment. ...Read more