Reproductive Health for Women


One in 10 women has endometriosis. I was one. Here’s how I found someone to listen and help.

One woman in 10 is affected by endometriosis—physically, psychologically and sexually.

Pelvic pain is common, but before you receive proper treatment, know what’s causing it.

Here's how couples can navigate endometriosis together.

Many BIPOC face an ongoing struggle to get diagnosed.

Excluding LGBTQIA+ concerns in medicine can leave trans people hurting.

These endometriosis-friendly sex positions can reduce pain and encourage intimacy.

Intimacy after surgery isn't out of the question, it just takes work.

Life with endometriosis can be improved by implementing strengthening and stretching exercises.

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