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Women-Only Cycling Issues Explained. Gentlemen, now is the time to bail. For more general advice on preventing saddle sores, click here.

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I started wondering if I am doing any long-term damage to my genital region by being on a bike? Is there any research on this? Is it the same for men and women?

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So we asked Janine Kaye to put pen to paper, and share her thoughts and experiences on why cycling can sometimes be a pain in the vagina. I mean, later in this article there is a strong case of too much information, but I feel like the more open we are about discussing issues we have, the more chance we have of getting things fixed quickly. So if referring to your vagina as the map of Tassie, fanny, lady parts, crotch, vag, snatch, front bottom, or Frank, makes you feel more comfortable, then carry on.

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There are many changes in your body that you can expect to happen when you start to exercise regularly. Here are the four most common effects exercise can have on your period. Regular exercise can cause subtle changes in your hormone levels, which can interfere with the cyclic buildup and shedding of your uterine lining. The lining of your uterus may respond to these mixed hormonal signals by randomly shedding, which causes breakthrough bleeding.

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As much as we love getting out on our bikes and logging the miles,we definitely do not love some of the more uncomfortable truths that surround cycling. When it comes to riding your bike though, you have to take the good with the bad, sores, warts and all…. Saddle sores are more common than you may think, and why is this?

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Stationary cycling classes may offer an effective workout - but they could also be increasing the risk of kidney damage, according to medical reports. However, for first-time spinners especially, high-intensity spin classes may result in rhabdomyolysis, a serious syndrome caused by muscle injury, according to a study published in the American Journal of Medicine. Rhabdomyolysis occurs when severe muscle trauma, due to a lack of oxygen, causes muscles to break down and release their contents into the bloodstream - which can lead to serious complications such as kidney failure.

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But we promise you, cycling just sucks for that part of the anatomy. But due to the chronic lack of female cycling equipment and the fact men would rather read about this sort of thing on the internet than ask their partners to explainmany lack true awareness of the hellish pain that even a commute can inflict. Many of you will be familiar with basic saddles that come with cheap road bikes.

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According to new research published in the Journal of Sexual Medicineour spinning habit could be wrecking our sex lives. Researchers polled 48 runners and cyclists to look at the impact of exercise on the pelvic floor over time. The women studied all cycled and ran at least 10 miles per week, so they were getting a lot of groin on bike seat contact.

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One of the hottest trends among the workout set springs from your old stationary bicycle. The new use for old wheels is a supercharged cardio workout called indoor cycling or Spinning its trademarked name. First popular in the s, the activity is still going strong and is now popular among older adults.

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Adult women experience some amount of vaginal bleeding as part of the menstrual cycle, which lasts approximately 28 days. However, bleeding between menstrual periods is common, and occurs for a variety of reasons, among them trauma, infection, medications and systemic diseases involving the liver, kidneys or other organs. Women that exercise heavily may also note erratic menstrual patterns or unusual vaginal bleeding, which is virtually always found in concert with some other underlying condition in which vaginal bleeding is not normally a feature. A cervical polyp is a growth, usually benign, on the cervix, the site at which the uterus meets the vagina.

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