There are a number of reasons that a woman may experience discomfort in her pelvic region. Among the 12 potential causes of your uterine pain, some are more worrisome than others.
Many women living with endometriosis do not even realize that they have it, and a major lack of communication is often to blame.
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are both quite common. There are some symptoms similar to both an STI and a UTI, so sometimes it may be difficult to to discern which type of infection your symptoms represent. What follows may help you to spot the difference quickly and take action.
Your vaginal health may change throughout your life, and it’s common to experience vaginal dryness at one point or another.
March is Endometriosis Awareness month – a good time to learn more about a disease that affects nearly 176 million women worldwide.
While menstrual flow can vary from person to person, there can be a lot of reasons behind a heavy menstrual flow.
Cervical Cancer is one of the most preventable types of cancer, yet over 12,000 women in the US are diagnosed with it each year.
According to the Mayo Clinic, three out of four women will experience a yeast infection at one point in their lives. Even though they’re common, vaginal yeast infections are one of the most misunderstood health problems in women. To avoid the misconceptions associated with vaginal yeast infections, here’s everything you should know.
Perimenopause is a time where a woman’s body is going through natural changes in levels of estrogen and progesterone. This change in hormones can cause hot flashes, mood swings, sleep problems, bone loss and problems with concentration.
Menopause does come with some benefits, including the freedom of not having to deal with menstruation once a month. However, it also causes negative symptoms; the most common of which being hot flashes. Hot flashes are a hormonal condition that causes women to feel overwhelming heat in their face, neck and chest. These simple remedies […]