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How Lifestyle Modifications Can Help With Infertility Jul 1st, 2022

Deciding to try for a baby and then struggling to get and stay pregnant is incredibly difficult and emotional. Infertility is generally diagnosed when a couple doesn’t get pregnant within a year of trying, or within six months if the woman is over 35. It’s something no one wants to face, but...

Understanding How Ablation Works Jun 1st, 2022

As many as one in four women suffers from a menstrual disorder during her reproductive years. While some menstrual disorders cause light or infrequent periods, others cause heavy bleeding and long, painful periods. Menorrhagia, dysmenorrhea, and endometriosis are three of the most common disorders that can cause excessive bleeding and...

How HRT Can Help With Menopause May 1st, 2022

Hot flashes that soak you through. Insomnia that lasts for days. Weight gain no matter what you do. All these and more are symptoms of menopause — and it’s no secret that they can make life downright unpleasant. Menopause is a natural biological process, but severe symptoms can seriously affect...

Understanding Your Birth Control Options Apr 1st, 2022

About 65% of women between the ages of 15-49 use birth control, or contraception. Using contraception puts you in control of deciding when and if you get pregnant — and as a woman, it’s an important part of your health care plan. You have lots of different birth control options. From daily...

6 Common Signs of Endometriosis Mar 8th, 2022

Endometriosis is one of the most common gynecologic conditions. It affects more than 1 in 10 women during their reproductive years, and it happens when the tissue inside your uterus (called the endometrium) starts growing elsewhere in your pelvic area. Endometriosis patches often grow on other reproductive organs. For some...

Menopause Symptoms: When to Seek Treatment Feb 8th, 2022

Menopause marks the end of your reproductive years. It’s the time when your menstrual period stops, your hormones shift, and you’re no longer able to get pregnant. Estrogen and progesterone levels start dropping as early as age 40. These hormonal changes trigger symptoms of perimenopause, which is the transitional phase...

Tips for a High-Risk Pregnancy Jan 25th, 2022

Every woman hopes for smooth sailing during her pregnancy and delivery, and that’s exactly what most women get. But up to 8% of moms-to-be face the startling reality that their pregnancy may not go as planned.  If you’ve been told your pregnancy puts you and your baby in a delicate...