An MIA Flo may feel like a blessing in disguise, but it’s important to figure out why exactly your period has gone AWOL.
It’s not uncommon to feel shy or uncomfortable during appointments with your gynecologist. But your hesitance to be honest about your reproductive health and sexual habits could put you at risk for a potential illness.
The young writer/actor/director will no longer be able to have biological children due to the removal of her uterus.
They might sound old-fashioned, but IUDs are an effective method of birth control and their use is increasing. Find out if an IUD could be the right birth-control method for you.
G spot. G zone. CUV area. Whatever you call it, it just may be the secret to a better orgasm. But where and what the G spot is might surprise you.
Only one percent of women know that this common issue is a big red flag for ovarian cancer. Do you know what this symptom is?
Lots of things can disrupt your cycle, including disease, diet or weight changes, emotion and more. Do you have one of these period issues?
Knowing what to eat is challenging when undergoing treatment, but here’s how you can get the most benefits from creating your own diet plan.
Google HPV and you’ll discover some things that really aren’t worth reading. So to separate the HPV myths from the HPV facts, we’ve compiled this list.
What do you need to know about breast cancer? Lots. Thankfully we have what you need to know after your diagnosis right here.
For women with PCOS, some products and foods can affect their hormones. Find out what products in your home could be endocrine disruptors.
It’s never a good feeling when you’ve been diagnosed with ovarian cysts – just remember, they’re more common than you may realize.
The hormone imbalance that underlies polycystic ovary syndrome often makes women miserable. Here are PCOS symptoms to know.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a complex condition that causes both ovaries to become enlarged by fluid-filled cysts. Find out if you have any PCOS symptoms.
Do all of your symptoms point to vaginitis? If so, here’s how you can cope with this condition to get your vagina back on track.
It’s not just hot flashes and missing periods. Familiarize yourself with the symptoms of perimenopause and early signs of premenopause.
Nearly three out of four women have pain during sex at some time during their lives—and one of these culprits may be the reason sex hurts.
A fertility specialist shares everything you need to know about infertility and miscarriage.
A bout of celibacy won’t have lasting effects on your overall health, but you still could be in for some unexpected changes.
You suspect you might have a yeast infection. Find out what a yeast infection is and what you can do – thanks to the advice of a doctor.