Overactive Bladder and Cycling

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photoIs cycling the true cause of my overactive bladder problem? Is there some alternative to medication?

Bartholin Gland Cyst

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photoHow long did it take to heal, also did it come back? I've got a race in three weeks, which is only a B race, but it looks like I will miss it as it is just too painful to ride.

Bicycle Seat Neuropathy

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photoIs your bike seat uncomfortable? Are your parts going numb? This article discusses the important concepts of bicycle seat neuropathy, treatment and prevention.

How can I recover from a groin injury in one month?

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photoFrom yoga to Crossfit, what strategies can be used to get a groin injury under control for racing?

Member Case Study: How does one tell the difference between a groin pull and a stress fracture in the pelvis?

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photoI'm kind of afraid to go back to running if it is a stress fracture. But if it isn't, then I don't want to under-train either. What other symptoms distinguish each of these two injuries?

Prostate and Biking

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photoHas anyone else had a PSA (blood test for prostate cancer) test come back elevated and have it be blamed on too much time bouncing around on a bike seat?

Saddle Sores

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photoWhile not the most pleasant topic, saddles sores are a common phenomenon within the cycling community. Learn what causes saddle sores and how to prevent them from occurring.

Female Bike Saddles: Designs and Medical Issues

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photoWhat are all these new funny-shaped saddles all about? Are they more comfortable than older designs? Will they keep me healthier so I can train on my bike longer? Should I change my saddle?

Sports Hernia

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photoRecurrent injuries to the groin are slow to heal, easily re-injured, and will frustrate your training and competition plans. Learn about the diagnosis, anatomy and treatment of sports hernias.

Member Case Study: Groin Pain

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photoGroin pain in athletes has a long differential diagnosis. As a triathlete, and the area you are describing, you are more likely to have a strain of the iliopsoas, or hip flexor.

Member Case Study: Groin Pain while Running

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photoIs my childhood groin injury to blame for my recent pain while running? It just hurts when I'm running, not during day to day activities.
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