Lily Tells Us What It’s Like to be A Teen Girl

Lily Fiske demonstrates what it’s like to be a teen girl growing up without really knowing that there’s such a thing as pelvic health and what it means for the future!

 

!HAMILTON TICKETS AUCTION!

The winning Hamilton bid

was $776/ticket!

Thank you to our very special winner, a champion of women’s health and WHF supporter; a mom, an extremely talented pelvic floor physical therapist, and now, Hamilton ticket holder! And, as it turns out, pretty clever: In 1776, Alexander Hamilton received his commission as captain of a New York artillery company and established himself as a great military leader as he directed his artillery company in several battles in and around New York City.

 

 

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