This surgical procedure is an effective, less-invasive option that preserves fertility.
These noncancerous growths can be painful. Why do they affect some people more?
This shrinking of uterine growths comes with pain and other unpleasant effects.
Treatment options for this condition range from surveillance to medications to surgery.
Treatment options for this condition range from surveillance to medications to surgery.
Talk to your healthcare provider if you're experiencing heavy, painful periods or pelvic pain.
If something isn't right, don't ignore it. This diagnostic tool can detect many conditions.
Tumors in your uterus sound bad, but these common growths rarely cause serious problems.
Learn how you can be intimate despite suffering a painful condition.
New research links phthalates, a ubiquitous chemical, with larger abdominal tumors.
The film star addresses fans on Twitter and assures them she is doing fine.
Not all of these benign tumors shrink or disappear, so don't ignore the symptoms.
Sharing information about this common condition leads to earlier diagnosis and better treatment.
Research has identified health benefits to induction, but it is not without risks.
What's normal for you may be abnormal for someone else. So, when should you be concerned?
Forgoing a hospital setting is fine for many women, but having a plan in place is vital.
One woman's experience with auricular acupuncture, a form of traditional Chinese medicine.
Sudden change in your period? Your doctor may recommend this low-risk procedure.
Symptoms of uterine fibroids are often dismissed as period pain.
Understanding and addressing ongoing racial disparities in reproductive health care.
If you're one of the many people affected by fibroids, these natural treatments may help.
Consistency and color may be trying to tell you something.
This common condition affects 77 percent of women of childbearing age.
Phyllis Frempong, R.N., explains the role diet plays in fibroid management.
This procedure can help with menstrual complications that impact your fertility.
From position in the womb to method of delivery, fibroids can influence childbearing.
Having heavy cramping may be a sign of a more serious condition.
The majority of women will experience uterine fibroids at some point. Here’s what to know.
Monthly periods can be a hassle, but changes in your cycle could signal a health issue.