Most women get cramps during their menstrual cycles. But pain that’s so extreme it interferes with your daily routines isn’t normal. If your menstrual pain is severe, it’s time to learn more about possible causes and treatments.
Chronic pelvic pain. Heavy periods. Gastrointestinal distress. Infertility. These symptoms are common, yet many women don’t seek the care they need. Learn why you shouldn’t ignore the signs of endometriosis and how treatment can help.
Most contraceptives rely on hormones to prevent pregnancy. But many women either can’t take or don’t want to take hormones on a regular basis. If this sounds like you, it’s time to learn more about the benefits of non-hormonal birth control.
Not all factors that contribute to infertility can be controlled. But you can change some factors, like your diet, exercise habits, and weight, to improve fertility. Learn how lifestyle modifications could boost your chances of getting pregnant.
When medication isn’t enough to manage heavy menstrual bleeding and pelvic pain, it might be time to consider endometrial ablation. Learn how this minimally invasive procedure works and find out if it could be a solution for you.
Hot flashes, insomnia, mood swings, and more. When severe menopause symptoms start impacting your daily life, it’s time to find a solution that really works. See how hormone replacement therapy (HRT) could be the answer you’re seeking.
If you’re sexually active, family planning is a critical element of your health care. Using contraception puts you in control of deciding when, or if, you get pregnant. Learn about your birth control options and find one that’s right for you.
Endometriosis is a common (and sometimes painful) condition affecting women during their reproductive years. The signs of endometriosis can vary, making it difficult to recognize at first. Learn the most common signs and what to do about it.
Menopause is a natural transition, but the symptoms that come along with it can make you feel unlike yourself. Read up on the most common symptoms of menopause, and learn what to do if you have symptoms affecting your everyday life.
Pregnancy and childbirth are the most natural human events, but that doesn’t mean they come without the possibility of complications. If you have a high-risk pregnancy, there’s lots you can do to manage it and prepare for a smooth delivery.