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Most Common Causes of Pelvic Pain (and What to Do About It)

Pelvic pain is pain that occurs in the area below your belly button and between your hips. If you're a woman who suffers from chronic pelvic pain, it can be difficult to focus on much else. Find out what causes pelvic pain and how to treat it.

Sep 1st, 2019
What Constitutes a High-Risk Pregnancy?

When you’re pregnant, there’s always a risk of complications for you and your unborn baby. Certain conditions, such as carrying multiples, increases that risk. Learn what constitutes a high-risk pregnancy and what that means for you.

Aug 1st, 2019
Understanding the Risk Factors of Untreated HPV

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection. It’s estimated that 1 in 4 people has it, though many who have it aren’t aware they’re infected. Learn about the risk factors of untreated HPV.

May 2nd, 2019
What Effect Will Endometriosis Have On My Reproductive Health

You’re at a baby shower, watching the happy mom-to-be celebrate. Then you stop and wonder if that’s in your future. Will endometriosis affect your reproductive health? The short answer is yes. But the longer answer is that it doesn’t have to.

Apr 2nd, 2019
5 Factors That Put You At Greater Risk For Fibroids

Uterine fibroids can have no symptoms at all, or they can become particularly bothersome, interfering with your life and causing you pain. Find out if you’re at risk for developing fibroids and what you can do about it.

Mar 8th, 2019
What You Should Know About HPV

HPV, or human papillomavirus, is the most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States. Get the facts before you get the virus.

Feb 6th, 2019
The Firsts Steps to Understanding Your Infertility

Struggling to conceive a baby is a difficult trial to accept and can cause emotional stress on both you and your partner. But a better understanding of your infertility issues can help you remain hopeful for a future pregnancy.

Jan 10th, 2019
How a Pap Smear Can Save Your Life

All women are at risk of cervical cancer. Yet in less time than it takes you to pick up a cup of joe from your favorite coffeehouse, a Pap smear can reduce your risk of dying from cervical cancer.

Dec 10th, 2018
Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Pelvic Pain

Many women experience pelvic pain at some time in their lives. It can result from a number of causes, from normal female function to serious and possibly life-threatening conditions. Find out why you should never ignore pelvic pain.

Oct 18th, 2018
Managing Hot Flashes and Other Menopausal Symptoms at Work

An estimated 75-80% of perimenopausal women experience hot flashes. These and other symptoms of menopause can be difficult enough to deal with at home, but what about in the workplace? Learn how to manage these symptoms wherever you are.

Sep 26th, 2018
How Infertility Affects Your Mental Health

If you’re dealing with infertility, you know how much emotional distress it can cause for you and your partner. Taking care of your mental health during treatment is just as important as treating the underlying physical causes of infertility.

Jul 3rd, 2019
What Is Unexplained Infertility?

If you’re having trouble conceiving and your doctor has ruled out any health conditions or problems, you may receive a diagnosis of unexplained fertility. Find out what that diagnosis really means and how you can still go on to have a baby.

Jul 25th, 2018
The Link Between Endometriosis and Infertility

If you have endometriosis, you know how incredibly painful it can be. To make matters worse, many women with endometriosis face fertility problems. But don’t despair — personalized treatment plans can help you get pregnant and reduce your pain.

May 18th, 2018
10 Tips for Managing Morning Sickness

If you’re pregnant and experiencing morning sickness, don’t despair. Believe it or not, there are ways to manage morning sickness so you don’t feel so ill. Try these lifestyle- and food-related tips to reduce the symptoms of morning sickness.

Mar 29th, 2018
What Every Woman Should Know About HPV

Cervical cancer is a scary thought for any woman. The human papillomavirus (HPV), which is linked to certain types of cervical cancers and diseases is easily detected with routine Pap smears and gynecological exams.

Jan 31st, 2018