The justices' decision could restrict or protect abortion pill access for millions of Americans.
Prevention and intervention are beneficial for your physical and psychological well-being.
Prevention and intervention are beneficial for your physical and psychological well-being.
Prevention and intervention are beneficial for your physical and psychological well-being.
Asthma impacts almost every aspect of your life. Asthma and sex? Yes, they're connected.
The leading causes of infant death were maternal health complications and bacterial sepsis.
The emergency contraception pill has been increasingly in demand since the Dobbs decision.
The emergency contraception pill has been increasingly in demand since the Dobbs decision.
The emergency contraception pill has been increasingly in demand since the Dobbs decision.
The emergency contraception pill has been increasingly in demand since the Dobbs decision.
This global issue affects women regardless of their socioeconomic status.
This global issue affects women regardless of their socioeconomic status.
Early detection can increase your survival rate—so what symptoms should you watch for?
You should anticipate changes, but what can you expect when stopping hormonal birth control?
A new study suggests the minipill could be 98 percent effective with typical use.
A new study suggests the minipill could be 98 percent effective with typical use.
Author Amy J. Hammer, R.N., provides a detailed guide for reclaiming your menstrual cycle.
Author Amy J. Hammer, R.N., provides a detailed guide for reclaiming your menstrual cycle.
The Supreme Court expected to weigh in on the medication's legality.
Student health plans offer a range of contraceptive methods; off-campus options exist.
The Warner Bros. movie highlights a rite of passage unattainable for millions of American women.
The Warner Bros. movie highlights a rite of passage unattainable for millions of American women.
Microbiome composition may increase risks for preterm birth and preeclampsia.
Microbiome composition may increase risks for preterm birth and preeclampsia.
Model, actress and reality TV alum Cynthia Bailey opens up about her fibroid health journey.
Opill (norgestrel) tablets will be available at retailers in early 2024.
While it may seem like a simple process, reproduction can be rather complicated.
The effects of vino on women's bodies increase as they age. Can you offset bloating's effects?
The effects of vino on women's bodies increase as they age. Can you offset bloating's effects?
It sounds like a type of German schnitzel and looks like a typo—but it's something much worse.
Studies have suggested a link between straighteners and various reproductive health issues.
Amazon Prime's TV adaptation of the 1988 movie focuses on the dark truths about women's health.
Production of male gametes can't stop, won't stop just because a guy is getting older.
Production of male gametes can't stop, won't stop just because a guy is getting older.
The most severe form of this incurable disease can impact multiple parts of the body.
The most severe form of this incurable disease can impact multiple parts of the body.
Millions of unintended pregnancies could be prevented with easier access to oral contraception.
Reigniting the sexual spark after ending a pregnancy can be difficult but not impossible.
For many people, spermicides are a must-have to prevent pregnancy. How about you?
For many people, spermicides are a must-have to prevent pregnancy. How about you?
Though rare, this uterine tumor can cause severe symptoms, painful periods and infertility.
Though rare, this uterine tumor can cause severe symptoms, painful periods and infertility.
Mifepristone remains legal in abortion-legal areas of the United States.
When you really don't want to get pregnant, consider a combination approach to contraceptives.
This invasive surgical procedure could affect future pregnancy. Find out how.
Exploring gender considerations and the reproductive risks associated with them.
Social media influencers rave about the hormone-free birth control option. Is it worth the hype?
Careful monitoring of this anomaly matters, but you can still live your best life.
Careful monitoring of this anomaly matters, but you can still live your best life.
The United States ranks No. 1 in spending, but not in overall quality of healthcare.
The United States ranks No. 1 in spending, but not in overall quality of healthcare.
The unusual event can happen due to a number of factors, including timing and user error.
Physical health, mental health, libido and fertility are all key aspects of a healthy sex life.
Physical health, mental health, libido and fertility are all key aspects of a healthy sex life.
Although rare, this condition is a psychological and emotional affliction that needs attention.
The reality star had a lifesaving procedure that is hard to obtain in states with abortion bans.
A lawsuit by anti-abortion groups seeks to halt the nationwide distribution of mifepristone.
Solutions vary by type, so it's important to speak with a doctor about what works best for you.
Solutions vary by type, so it's important to speak with a doctor about what works best for you.
This group of hormones influences metabolism, cholesterol, DNA repair, sex drive and more.
The procedure might not have been enshrined in the Constitution, but it wasn't illegal, either.
Here's everything you need to know about the role these ducts play in the fertilization process.
Here's everything you need to know about the role these ducts play in the fertilization process.
This essential part of the reproductive process is a delicate dance of hormones.
The monthly period is one aspect of the menstrual cycle that's vital to reproductive health.
The monthly period is one aspect of the menstrual cycle that's vital to reproductive health.
Just 150 minutes each week lower the risk of chronic diseases and add more 'rev' in the bedroom.
Just 150 minutes each week lower the risk of chronic diseases and add more 'rev' in the bedroom.
The morning-after pill is best used for emergencies, not necessarily on a regular basis.
The morning-after pill is best used for emergencies, not necessarily on a regular basis.
An intrauterine device is a safe form of birth control, but if displaced, it can be dangerous.
An allergy to progesterone may be the cause of your menstrual cycle being abnormal.
An allergy to progesterone may be the cause of your menstrual cycle being abnormal.
Your schnoz can grow when you're pregnant. Don't fret, it returns to normal after childbirth.
How can you tell if you have too much or too little of this essential sex hormone?
How can you tell if you have too much or too little of this essential sex hormone?
For some women, the benefits outweigh the risks associated with 'the pill,' doctors say.
For some women, the benefits outweigh the risks associated with 'the pill,' doctors say.
The new law provides free feminine hygiene products and expands access to abortion.
The new law provides free feminine hygiene products and expands access to abortion.
A key to safe sexual activity is an informed decision about what contraception is best for you.
A key to safe sexual activity is an informed decision about what contraception is best for you.
The singer reveals what she thought was menstrual blood actually was implantation bleeding.
The critical reproductive organs can experience a host of issues that may lead to infertility.
Here's what you need to know about this emergency contraception.
Studies indicate obesity and stress may be factors, but a definitive answer remains elusive.
The genetic condition can impact menstruation, fertility and more.
Did you know a person could have two uteruses? Just think about carrying a baby in each one.
The state Supreme Court strikes down the law as unconstitutional for violating privacy rights.
Here's what different shades of red may mean.
Here's why ovaries change sizes, and what that means for your health.
Here's why ovaries change sizes, and what that means for your health.
These exams may seem intimidating but can be quick and easy. They may also save your life.
These exams may seem intimidating but can be quick and easy. They may also save your life.
Your job may require you to work into the early morning, which can wreak havoc in the bedroom.
Your job may require you to work into the early morning, which can wreak havoc in the bedroom.
Your job may require you to work into the early morning, which can wreak havoc in the bedroom.
The idea of a birth control pill for men has long existed. It could finally be coming.
Here's a deep dive into the various stages of the reproductive health condition.
A recent study comes up with a new answer, one that eventually could help with screening.
The former Miss Universe shares infertility fears during her new TV show.
The global average has been dropping for 50 years, and at an accelerated rate since 2000.
Poor sperm health caused by paternal age can affect the time to conception and fetal health.
Birth control pills can work as emergency contraception, but they're not the best option.
Influencers dispensing unverified medical advice on social media can cause real harm.
If you think a tampon is stuck in your vagina, don't panic. Here's how to remove it.
Your sexual health is important, so you need a doctor who makes you feel comfortable.
Learn your cycle's impact on your body by tracking your period—and take control of your life.
The protective association is not affected by other factors, a new meta-analysis indicates.
Speculums and forceps haven't evolved much since the 1800s. Is it time they did?
No one will ever fight for your rights as much as you should for yourself. Here's how.
In the population most affected by prostate cancer, yearly blood testing can help.
Are you pregnant? There are some common symptoms women experience that may give you a hint.
Removing the uterus is recommended for a variety of conditions.
Some drugs most commonly used to treat chronic conditions are being impacted by legal red tape.
We explain the elusive tissue that means so much to society.
This rare congenital irregularity can cause complications in some pregnant women.
You can use your flexible spending or health savings account to purchase menstrual care items.
Here's what you can expect with your periods from puberty to menopause.
Don't be nervous. It's time to take a step toward independence and control of your body.
A study of U.S. clinical trials across 10 years finds disparities between male and female data.
These two reproductive conditions don't get a lot of attention. Here's how to tell them apart.
The social and cultural trends of wearing very tight clothes could be damaging your body.
Experts weigh in on what you need to know to battle a swollen vagina.
Magnetic resonance imaging can serve as a second line of defense to diagnose these conditions.
The side effects of stopping birth control do not include triggering autoimmune diseases.
There may be an increased risk of preterm delivery, gestational hypertension and preeclampsia.
Phytoestrogens are both hailed and hated, but the reality is largely ambivalent.
In this exclusive Q&A, Kate White, M.D., discusses her latest book about embracing your body.
Sharing information about this common condition leads to earlier diagnosis and better treatment.
This debilitating condition may be worsened by your hormonal contraceptive.
The menopause transition can be a challenging time. It's important you're there to support her.
A wellness exam is an annual preventive screening to help catch problems before they start.
The process can be rewarding in more ways than one. But it's not easy or risk-free.
Hormonal contraceptives may be impacted by some medications. Here's what you need to know.
The measure attempts to bolster legal options left lacking after the overturning of Roe.
Despite recent legislation and judicial rulings, supportive resources are available.
Many couples face secondary infertility while trying to grow their families—but why?
This traditional Chinese medicine approach may be helpful, but research is limited.
Are you taking contraception and didn't know you were expecting? Don't panic.
Fetal ovaries hold millions of follicles, but that number rapidly declines even before birth.
The new documentary is shedding light on this common—and often underrepresented—condition.
Ingredients include propylene glycol, citric acid, xanthan gum and more. What could go wrong?
Psychological stress, extreme exercise and disordered eating can all cause menstruation to stop.
Blame the grumpies on the pill, but cheer up, because you have other options.
The Supreme Court overturns abortion rights, setting reproductive healthcare back decades.
Your doctor doesn't need to know: Symptoms and treatment following either event are identical.
Bottoms up or baseless belief? Are there health benefits to drinking sperm?
Doctors are taking to social media to fill in for uneven and often inadequate sex ed classes.
If you're craving candy, it may be best to forgo this controversial treat.
Douching, whether periodically or every day, is generally not recommended by experts.
As pregnancy-related mortality rates among women of color rise, access to better care is vital.
There are no mandatory standards for the care of expectant prisoners.
Here's what the legislation looks like where you live.
With a possible overturning of Roe on the horizon, misinformation about DIY procedures abounds.
Advancements in fetal procedures give mothers and their unborn babies new opportunities.
There's limited data to suggest you'll put on pounds with the pill, but you might with the shot.
Here's what you need to know about MV140, also known as Uromune.
What may happen if the Supreme Court takes away the constitutional right to end a pregnancy.
Living with the anxiety of losing a future I'm not even sure I wanted, I had to make a choice.
Talking to your doctor prior to coming off a hormonal contraceptive can help you prepare.
TTTS is a rare condition that can be life-threatening without intervention.
From rags to pads, and Tassettes to tampons: How the U.S. has dealt with that time of the month.
From rags to pads, and Tassettes to tampons: How the U.S. has dealt with that time of the month.
Researchers unearthed a potential connection between metformin and genital defects in baby boys.
PMS symptoms, vaginal discharge and cervical placement can all help you predict menstruation.
Many people opt for a midwife during pregnancy, but some situations require extra assistance.
Life can get in the way, but there are some health checks you should prioritize if you can.
Reversing abortion protections could have far-reaching economic implications for America.
HSG can provide lots of information about why you're struggling to conceive.
Spotting in early pregnancy can be alarming. Here's what you need to know.
Learn all about the 'female prostate', aka the Skene's glands.
IUI can be used to circumvent some of the male-factor fertility issues preventing pregnancy.
If you experience cramps in the days following menstruation, it may be an underlying condition.
Carrying out a chemical menopause to temporarily stop hormone production can be a good thing.
Intrauterine insemination is less successful than IVF but also less invasive and less costly.
Roe v. Wade will be overruled, according to a drafted majority opinion obtained by POLITICO.
Having 'the talk' doesn't have to be awkward.
Many of these kitchen gadgets come with a warning, so let's take a look at the concerns.
Digital support can be a helpful tool but must be used mindfully.
We take a look at what brought us to this moment in reproductive health.
Depending on where you live, you might be able to get contraceptives without a doctor's visit.
The test is probably unnecessary, except in a few cases, but don't forget pelvic exams.
This unpleasant condition is common, but the addition of blood may indicate a further problem.
Experts weigh in on navigating anxiety when you're expecting.
Just because you've given birth before doesn't mean pregnancy will come easy a second time.
When endo is called a woman's disease, transgender men get left behind.
Feeling a certain way during that time of the month? You might be able to blame your cerebrum.
Skip the expensive labs and incubate your eggs inside the warmth and comfort of your own body.
Virginity is a social construct we should probably have in our rear-view mirror by now.
You should be aware of these 8 ingredients before a 'glove' goes on or in your body.
While getting pregnant does get harder over time, there is no immediate drop-off.
The first baby born from IVF in the U.S. just turned 40, and so much has changed since 1981.
The physical, the emotional, the hormonal. Recovery involves many facets of the body and mind.
This tightly wrapped fabric can make you feel comfortable and boost your self-esteem.
If your periods have become irregular, you may have entered the transition to menopause.
Here's why the pill is classified as a carcinogen, and why you probably shouldn't worry.
If a Pap test reveals abnormal cells, you may undergo a loop electrosurgical excision procedure.
While clotting is often a regular part of periods, you should see a doctor in some instances.
When it comes to having a baby—or avoiding one—every detail counts, including use of lubricant.
Birth control cessation can have some unintended consequences.
Birth control cessation can have some unintended consequences.
This common scarring occurs as your body grows to accommodate your growing baby.
Just because 28 days is the average doesn't mean yours has to be.
This debated diagnosis is often associated with several conditions.
PPD is a common but often isolating experience. Help from others can make all the difference.
Choosing the birth control that's right for you doesn't have to feel like an impossible task.
PPD is surprisingly common in men, but it often goes undiagnosed.
It's not just a childbirth issue—menopause also causes problems—but prevention is possible.
This TikTok trend has many users collecting keepsakes from their uterus.
Having a bun in the oven brings on a bunch of bodily developments.
Research indicates that vaccines continue to work, helping both mother and child.
Cognitive behavioral therapy could be the missing piece in improving your menopausal transition.
Here's what you need to know to get through your menopausal transition safely.
Reproductive rights hang in the balance as numerous states move toward tighter restrictions.
The majority of Americans support access to birth control, but many women face limited access.
HSV-2 has different considerations for people born with vaginas than for people with penises.
Hyperemesis gravidarum can be rough, but one mom found a silver lining.
Researchers are looking at a nonhormonal solution that might eliminate side effects.
Spotting mid-menstrual cycle isn't typically cause for alarm, but here's what to keep in mind.
It's an occurrence known as superfetation and it's incredibly rare—but shockingly possible.
The false-positive rate for rare disorders can leave parents-to-be with inaccurate information.
Opening up about a difficult condition can be tough, but it's worth it.
Some pregnant women develop a rare but dangerous condition called hyperemesis gravidarum.
These tips about warning signs and healthy behaviors can help you handle the challenges.
While PMS begins before menstruation, PCS symptoms can appear anytime.
Postmenopausal women are at a higher risk of developing this bone-weakening disease.
Insurance remains a deciding factor in cost, care and availability of telehealth contraception.
Having a baby helped me realize how much I needed my gender transition.
If your period doesn't return in a few weeks or months after ending birth control, see a doctor.
It's about time for progress: The femtech industry is projected to reach $3 billion by 2030.
An oophorectomy is a serious but common procedure to treat or prevent disease.
The link between cigarettes and human papillomavirus is more pronounced than you might think.
While most of the claims you've heard can't really help, some induction methods might just work.
Petition by more than 40 companies states 'sexist' algorithms are blocking educational content.
Baby tech is a $46 billion industry, but is it worth the expense it costs parents?
An extra set of eyes can help alleviate anxiety during a sensitive examination or procedure.
If you want to decrease your landfill contribution, plenty of green period items are available.
Mothers and infants bond in many ways, including through smell, scientists say.
While understanding hormones during menopause is helpful, there may be better ways to do it.
Key nutrients such as magnesium and calcium might make your PMS symptoms more bearable.
This lesser-known contraceptive option offers convenience and efficacy similar to the pill.
The seriousness of the case depends on the cause, so make an appointment with your doctor ASAP.
While some women see a decrease in symptoms when pregnant, medication can complicate things.
Don't worry, the discomfort of the menopausal transition won't last forever.
Proposed legislation would provide breast pumps, supplies and lactation support to families.
Research provides the first evidence for the role of de novo mutations in male fertility issues.
What's normal for you may be abnormal for someone else. So, when should you be concerned?
Women are ditching toxins in favor of safer period care.
Some people say Mucinex can help you get pregnant. The science, however, is unclear.
While the risk of cardiovascular problems increases as you age, lifestyle changes can help.
Sedation is commonplace for colonoscopies and vasectomies, but not for IUDs. Why is that?
Research shows pollution, hazardous waste and climate change negatively affect pregnant people.
The FDA has provided general guidelines for women to go over with their doctor.
When the ibuprofen won't cut it, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation might help.
Patients and doctors alike could benefit from more knowledge about the painful disorder.
A new imaging drug may help women diagnosed with the deadly disease.
Guttmacher Institute data analysis shows 54 percent of 2020 abortions were done via medication.
SSRIs don't have known interactions with hormonal contraceptives, but other options might.
Here's how the body makes this contraceptive injection last for three months.
The menopausal transition doesn't have to be the end of your arousal, desire or pleasure.
While rare, uterine didelphys (a double uterus) can cause a range of complications.
Modern medications and active management of the virus keep reproductive options open.
The research is inconclusive, but here's what we know so far.
If nursing your baby has left your boobs uneven, you're not alone.
The herb is thought to help with anxiety and moodiness.
Researchers say hormonal contraceptive use by asthmatic women is linked to reduced flare-ups.
Find out how to lessen the risk of this common complication and tips for a smooth recovery.
Decreasing hormones during the menopausal transition contribute to this treatable condition.
Experts advise on how to help someone who's experienced pregnancy loss.
While it may be comforting to think a celestial body controls your period, science rules it out.
The condition can hit post-weaning rather than immediately after birth.
Though it's important to know about any dangerous side effects, this one is rare.
This treatment option may encourage the cervix to produce normal cells.
At best, it's a waste of money. At worst, it's dangerous.
Exploring one of the weirder, and potentially dangerous, pregnancy complications.
Also known as a stealth or denied pregnancy, this condition is more common than you'd think.
Studies found barriers to menstrual items can negatively impact education.
Forgoing a hospital setting is fine for many women, but having a plan in place is vital.
Some experts recommend yearly pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT) for preventive care.
This treatment uses medication to induce ovulation and increase fertility.
A recent study shows a slight increase in cycle length.
To avoid menstruation, skip the placebo pills and go straight to the next pack.
Learn about your little one's movements to make sure they're happy and healthy.
Managing this condition can ensure your best chance of conception.
The 'This Is Us' actress is among the 25 percent of women to have an abortion in their lifetime.
Research has shown hypnosis can be effective for some women in reducing vasomotor symptoms.
The bloody truth about refereeing your menstrual cycle.
Research analyzing more than 51,000 pregnant people finds 'solid evidence' of the benefits.
According to the experts, it's not always a simple yes or no.
They may look attached in those high school anatomy textbooks, but they’re actually floating.
Conflicting evidence shows Plan B may not work as well for some people—but you have options.
PFD interferes with quality of life and sexual enjoyment, but exercising correctly can help.
What life is like for women with underdeveloped wombs and vaginas.
The social media giant's advertising policies are under scrutiny from human rights experts.
An insulin-like growth factor may encourage the rate of spontaneous twinning in tall women.
Treating infertility in patients with this condition has evolved over the years.
Giddy talks to executive director Heather White about funding global access to resources.
You don't have to proceed with anything that feels uncomfortable.
Words matter, often more than we even realize. Just ask Gwyneth Paltrow.
A doctor weighs in on this sperm-blasting, dissolvable vaginal birth control method.
Learn more about the different types of pregnancy loss and the symptoms that can occur.
This condition can lead to PID and infertility, so early intervention is crucial.
A supportive doctor can mean better communication and better overall health outcomes.
Not yet fully FDA authorized, the medications are not recommended for expectant mothers.
Factors associated with vegetarian and vegan diets can affect your reproductive health.
The group of diseases can impede male fertility, and so can their medications. The key? Balance.
It's rare, but an IUD can break inside you. Using one anyway is an individual decision.
Your uterus is made up of more than you might know.
Have we been turning more and more to virtual abortion appointments in the pandemic?
Sudden change in your period? Your doctor may recommend this low-risk procedure.
Hormones and life events impact your body, but lifestyle choices can help you navigate changes.
Doctors suggest six weeks before engaging in postnatal intercourse, but what's the reality?
Hormones keeping you up? There are ways to slumber again.
This natural family-planning option can help identify ovulation by observing discharge patterns.
This fertility option is becoming more popular—here's what to know when searching for a clinic.
Without basic healthcare, women face higher mortality rates and other serious consequences.
Family planning isn't just for straight couples.
You'll have to consider your safety, if you can first get past the weird factor.
A painful vulva can have many causes, but OTC treatments, such as witch hazel, are available.
The side effects may outweigh the benefits for women seeking relief from pain.
Increased awareness and the pandemic have contributed to this fertility safeguard's popularity.
Fertility treatments offer hope to many, but the expenses can be astronomical.
Research finds stigma hinders diagnosis and treatment for fat patients.
Here's what you need to know about the sales tax on menstrual products.
Recent research shows promise for hormone treatments to reduce risk of recurrent pregnancy loss.
No matter what contraceptive you use, there are factors that can complicate things.
Stress can be detrimental to mother and baby, but these expert tips can help.
Despite the rumors, your downstairs doesn't change with the seasons.
Hormonal imbalances can cause balding in aging women.
Some foods and supplements can decrease the effectiveness of the pill. Here's what to know.
Meds often can't help with these period-specific headaches, but there are coping strategies.
COVID affected the availability of reproductive healthcare and worsened pregnancy outcomes.
The reality star is expecting her third child with her husband, Zach Roloff.
Eating disorders affect hormonal health, but do hormones increase your risk of developing one?
The condition is uncommon, but it can lead to potential fertility problems.
The CDC advises expectant women to get another dose for additional protection.
What are they, who's in charge of them and how did they get into your food?
Prepare yourself mentally and physically for the next step in your IVF journey.
Caring for a baby's sensitive epidermis can be stressful, but our experts are here to help.
While the diet may feel restrictive, it's worth it for the health of you and your baby.
Opinions on the procedure are split, and recent research may have had some flaws.
If you develop GVHD after a bone marrow transplant, vaginal issues are common.
While it's not something to add to your worry list, you should be aware of the symptoms.
Getting older does not have to be the end of romance. Shed the stigma with a dose of confidence.
However, the common signs of perimenopause are similar, which can make it tricky to discern.
Staying hydrated is important, but fortunately for your bladder, you don't need to go overboard.
Vice President Harris issues Call to Action to improve health outcomes for parents and infants.
Women living in poverty face significant barriers to access.
Taking an extra birth control pill is common and rarely cause for concern.
Understanding your vagina is important but experts say you won't find answers with this product.
These professionals can help get your baby sleeping through the night.
The Illinois congresswoman candidly discusses her experience with IVF and pregnancy loss.
Though it can't cure infertility, Mayan abdominal therapy can reduce stress and help blood flow.
The pervasive history of 'fatphobia' in studies has negatively impacted contraceptive care.
Childbirth is difficult on the body and mind, but professional treatment can help with healing.
The unconventional menstrual cup method might just be worth a shot.
Round ligament pain can arise during pregnancy—communication and creativity are key.
For people who struggle with pills, chewable birth control could be an alternative.
Not looking to get pregnant anytime soon? The pill could treat this uncomfortable condition.
Companies around the world are beginning to institute period policies for people who menstruate.
Don't worry—you're not the first person to ask this question.
If you're one of the many people affected by fibroids, these natural treatments may help.
Science is starting to uncover the fascinating and terrifying truth about this vital organ.
PMS-related sleep issues are common. Here's why.
Research shows eliminating certain foods and adding others may alleviate your symptoms.
Understanding the role diet plays before, during and after your period can help manage symptoms.
Supplies delivered to your door can help make your cycle as stress-free as possible.
Here's how to become a safe space so your friends and family feel they can open up.
Women who choose to have babies later in life have more options than ever.
The actress shares her struggles with facial hair and adult acne.
Until more research is done, the FDA and physicians advise caution with this delivery method.
Learn more about the impact on menstruation, pregnancy and fertility—and possible solutions.
When a fertilized egg implants outside the uterus, it must be removed to save the woman.
A woman's hairy boob is totally normal. There is no typical when it comes to hair on the nipple.
A woman's hairy boob is totally normal. There is no typical when it comes to hair on the nipple.
Research results are conflicting, but doctors warn weed won't do you any fertility favors.
No medical condition has to be the end of your dating life.
A healthy pregnancy is possible, but precautions are needed to avoid complications.
For her second home birth, the actor prioritized self-advocacy and comfort.
Stitching a person too tight after tears from childbirth can happen on purpose or by accident.
As many as 36 percent of twin parents face the difficulty of this situation.
Largest study to date brings new insights into benefits of MHT for postmenopausal women.
This common condition can't be prevented, but it can be easily treated at home or by a doctor.
The sexually transmitted disease's long-term health impacts can cause permanent complications.
If vaginal discharge stained your favorite panties, don't worry. It's totally normal.
Deciding when to stop hormonal contraceptives can be tricky if you don't know what to look for.
The actress aims to eliminate the shame around pregnancy complications.
A recently discovered cellular pathway could lead to revolutionary drug therapies in the future.
While rare, this condition can have a devastating impact—but treatment is available.
Oral medications and nasal sprays create an innovative pathway for in vitro fertilization.
Almost half of new moms stay home after maternity leave ends—and many feel they have no choice.
Most individual fertility issues can be assessed and treated, but some cases are 'unexplained.'
Recurrence can't be stopped, but regular testing can keep you informed and prepared.
Experiencing ADHD flare-ups during your period? It's not all in your head.
Experts explain why these sea creatures shouldn't be anywhere near your vagina.
You may not want to block out your calendar just yet.
If you think you know what to expect with your next bun in the oven, think again.
Virtual care and medication by mail are providing affordability and a stigma-free experience.
Physical restrictions while pregnant are no fun, but there are ways to pass the time.
Urinary tract infections can lead to a life-threatening condition. Here are the warning signs.
You may experience abnormal or frequent urination—but is it a symptom of a full-blown infection?
It's been more than 60 years since women got The Pill. What's the holdup for guys?
It's okay to imbibe a bit while breastfeeding—pumping and dumping isn’t the only solution.
Identification of the NPSR1 gene variant could lead to nonhormonal treatment of the disease.
A specialist can help expecting mothers with back pain—and encourage safe delivery.
'I'm really tired and not a superhuman, and this is really hard.'
Unable to get pregnant while in remission, I turned to surrogacy—and received more than a baby.
The elasticity of your vag is not loose because you’ve had a mountain of lovers. Fake news!
The elasticity of your vag is not loose because you’ve had a mountain of lovers. Fake news!
The time it takes to physically heal after pregnancy loss can add to the emotional toll.
Robert Pitman has ruled SB8 unconstitutional, but the state is appealing the decision.
Sperm quality suffers when BMI is high. ART advancements may help, as can bariatric surgery.
Doctors agree TENS works, but more conclusive studies are needed on this alternative treatment.
Tylenol has long been recommended for pain relief during pregnancy, but now caution is advised.
Working with your doctor can help prevent future complications.
The U.K. government has launched an inquiry to investigate what's going wrong and how to fix it.
OB-GYNs warn about the dangers and recommend clinics if you can't access your main provider.
Most IUDs will work past their expiration dates, but don’t wait too long.
BBT can help you be more in tune with your cycle but won't work as contraception for all women.
Despite the findings, doctors' recommendations remain the same.
Certain activities aren't safe when carrying a child. Here's how to adapt.
A new study is trying to find answers so the profession can become safer for women.
Consistency and color may be trying to tell you something.
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SB4 takes effect Dec. 2 and is the latest addition to the state's strict abortion laws.
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If your stomach muscles separated significantly during pregnancy, recovery is possible.
Western medical practitioners may be skeptical, but many women swear by the treatment.
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How humans progressed from crocodile poop and weasel testicles to the miracle of the pill.
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Most drug research doesn't analyze sex-specific data, which puts women at risk.
Listen to your body. Irregular menstruation could be signaling that something else is wrong.
After several decades and dozens of studies, the results are mixed.
Despite lots of anecdotal evidence, experts disagree about what’s really happening.
Claims of health benefits abound, but let's dive into the realities of this holistic practice.
The 'heartbeat bill' may serve as a blueprint for restrictions across the U.S.
This form of abuse involves control, and it's happening all around us.
Giddy talks with Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance about promising scientific advancements.
Injury to the pudendal nerve can cause intense pelvic pain. Here's what you should do.
Five universities will look at a growing number of reports on less-discussed side effects.
Despite anecdotal reports, there's no evidence that the reusable devices relieve period pain.
As they seek more donations, official banks also stress the risks of informal sharing.
Studies show this technique lowers the risk of tearing and postpartum complications.
Prevent or safely handle an asymptomatic infection with a bit of health management.
How to get frisky without being risky: 18 effective contraceptive methods to prevent pregnancy.
Menstrual cramps are par for the course for many women. Cannabinoids could change that.
We don't care if you shaved. We do appreciate clean feet.
Why do period poops smell so bad? The causes vary among women.
The often criticized diet has some disturbing side effects for women.
While intraductal papilloma is usually benign, get your boob screened to rule out cancer.
The reality star went through four rounds of IVF before getting pregnant.
According to recent studies, coffee can actually help with premenstrual pain and bloating.
Hormonal contraceptives can help ease mood disorders. Sadly, the opposite can also be true.
A positive pregnancy test for non-fertile women is rare but could signal a serious condition.
Find the contraceptive method that meets your unique needs and lifestyle.
Struggling to get pregnant can be emotionally draining, but therapy may help.
Seven women share their journeys through recovery and looking past birth expectations.
While booking a birth has become increasingly trendy, cesarean section is not without danger.
You take the pill, but are you concerned that it’s causing you stomach issues like IBS?
Whether you're thinking about going on or off the pill, it's important to know what to expect.
The two conditions seem unrelated, but evidence suggests they might be intertwined.
The serious risks of 'menstrual masks' outweigh any supposed benefits of this skincare fad.
Every menstrual cycle is different, but sudden changes might be a sign something's wrong.
Considering your fertility before you want children can help inform your decisions.
Forgetfulness and other cognitive difficulties during menopause are common, but there is hope.
IVF is a good option for some people, but 'family balancing' has sparked a serious conversation.
Finding a physician to perform a tubal ligation can be more difficult than the procedure itself.
Research shows acupuncture might offer an effective, safe solution for period pain sufferers.
Despite the risk of severe illness and urging from the CDC, only 22% are fully immunized.
Environmental consciousness can mean more than recycling cans.
Bouncing from one specialist to another is common when seeking an endometriosis diagnosis.
Spermageddon is here, according to harrowing headlines. Are we really facing a coming crisis?
A mutually beneficial sex life is achievable following a lupus diagnosis.
Women in low-income, rural communities often face barriers to affordable contraceptives.
Leaking urine while exercising is common, but it isn't normal. Your core plays a vital role.
Some women experience more than just physical pain at that time of the month.
Data shows race plays a role in America’s climbing maternal mortality rate. How do we stop it?
Talk to your doctor about therapeutic interventions and lifestyle adjustments.
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome is a potential complication of hormone-boosting drugs.
Policymakers hope the new law will help address the state's Black maternal mortality crisis.
Tracking your period can help you get the most out of your gym time.
A seasoned doula weighs in on the benefits of looking at options before you're actually in labor
The growths can keep you from getting pregnant. Clinical trials show there may be a solution.
Discussing your heart with your doctor might just change your treatment plan.
The once-routine procedures used to be standard practice in childbirth.
With more and more women delaying pregnancy, the American birth rate is at an all-time low.
Be more empowered in your decision if the doctor recommends a cesarean.
The widening fertility window gives your biological clock a few more years to tick down.
Losing a pregnancy doesn’t have to mean the end of your parenthood journey.
Hormones and genetics may explain why your immune system is attacking your body.
Most cases of the virus are asymptomatic, so how are you supposed to know if you have it?
Don't let cervical ectropion stop and take away your sex life.
As the original sexual liberation generation ages, learn the link between menopause and HPV.
Keep these items on hand to manage tearing, bruising, sore nipples and other common troubles.
While rare, this inherited disorder causes issues for men who want to have children.
Travelers beware: The virus is still a cause for concern in many countries.
A doula serves as your advocate and guide during one of your most life-changing experiences.
The Jill of all trades in women’s care is often underestimated and misunderstood.
This procedure can help with menstrual complications that impact your fertility.
Whether you had a vaginal delivery or a C-section, your sex life may be impacted.
Most ovarian cysts are benign, but understanding their symptoms and treatment can be helpful.
An OB-GYN weighs in on the connection between birth control pills and your gallbladder.
This congenital condition can be scary, but a simple surgery is often the answer.
Supplements might just help alleviate some of your painful premenstrual symptoms.
Science is giving mothers with certain genetic diseases the chance to have a healthy baby.
As estrogen levels drop, we’re more prone to certain diseases— simple steps offer protection.
A few lifestyle changes can stave off the condition.
Many women are self-treating chronic pelvic pain with CBD, but let's see what science thinks.
Both chronic conditions have similar symptoms, and getting an accurate diagnosis takes time.
Understanding why fluctuating hormone levels cause irregular periods during perimenopause.
Nurture your body by choosing foods that correspond with the ebb and flow of your hormones.
Three procedures are lifting the look of this oft-ignored part of the body.
Consider first the many effective alternatives that can reduce endometriosis pain.
Polycystic ovary syndrome is scientifically linked to depression and anxiety.
Three women share their harrowing journey to an endometriosis diagnosis.
An arcuate or heart-shaped uterus is a common abnormality.
This common condition is almost as misunderstood as the vagina itself.
This permanent form of birth control comes with both risks and rewards.
Pelvic pain can be debilitating, but finding a cause allows for an active and healthy lifestyle.
Emergency contraceptives are available as a second line of defense to prevent pregnancy.
If you’re among the 16 percent of women with vulvar pain, here’s what you need to know.
Addressing the symptoms of this scrotum condition is simple enough, even if you can't avoid it.
This new phase in life is a time to listen to your changing body.
A glass of wine a week isn’t worth the risk when you’re pregnant.
Educating yourself about menopause can help you better embrace this new stage of life.
Let's review where to find your cervix and what it can tell you about your reproductive system.
Standing up for yourself in a clinic is intimidating, but it may save your life.
Understanding how to manage common complications is essential for a happy, healthy pregnancy.
Learning more about this common condition will help you be prepared throughout your pregnancy.
An emotional support professional can set the tone for a positive birth experience for women.
I did everything right to clear my infection, so why didn’t anyone believe me?
An imperforate hymen can affect your reproductive health, but the fix can be straightforward.
Ease your worries by asking your doctor these questions during your check-up.
This common condition can affect fertility, but help is available.
Anxiety over cancer recurrence can steal your joy, but there are tools to overcome it.
Anemia can be a serious side effect of heavy periods, but treatment options are available.
Mind over matter? Understand the role stress plays in your chances of becoming pregnant.
If you're a smoker, you could be putting your fertility and future children at risk.
The centuries-old profession is a critical part of the birthing process for many modern parents.
You can overcome the painful side effects and return to the sex life you want.
Learn about the types of vaginal cancer, and the risk factors and symptoms to watch out for.
Try these top 5 ways to manage endometriosis from the comfort of your own home.
The often unexplored territory between your clitoris and vagina deserves your attention.
Exercise is excellent for your health, but is too much a bad thing?
Learn about the fertility options available to you after cervical cancer treatment.
How to find a doula to empower and protect you for a successful birth.
Some women find their IUDs have sexual benefits beyond pregnancy prevention.
While often talked about as one type of procedure, there are actually options.
The fatigue many women experience around menstruation has an explanation (and a solution).
Your age, lifestyle and treatment plan will guide which of these options are best for you.
Most women who've read the back of a tampon box have heard of TSS—but how can it affect you?
By assessing the type of pain you're feeling, we can narrow down the cause.
The signs often mimic other health conditions—here's what to look for.
Getting hit in the balls isn't always a cause for concern, but it helps to know why it hurts.
Knowing what to expect can help prepare you for the weeks after ovarian cancer surgery.
You can increase your chances of conceiving, even with polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Here are some key things to know about your DNA when trying to conceive.
Sometimes a creative touch is needed to manage endometriosis pain.
These innovative products offer super protection—plus save money, stress and the planet.
Menstrual cups are a popular alternative to tampons and maxi pads. Which one is right for you?
No one's genitals are immune to this irritating fungus. But you can do something about it.
Being diagnosed with PCOS is difficult, but understanding the diagnostic reason might help.
Here are some nuggets of information about everything that's packed into the scrotum.
Learn how to spot these two common types of gynecologic cancer.
As someone with this rare condition, let me tell you all about it.
It’s like a monthly report card, telling you so much about your health.
Monthly periods can be a hassle, but changes in your cycle could signal a health issue.
Know where to start and what questions to ask before finalizing your fertility clinic choice.
Diet, supplements, special baths and de-stressing are just a few of the treatments available.
With dietary supplements and workout adaptations, you don't have to suffer through your period.
Changes in your menstrual cycle may be worth a discussion with your doctor.
Certain genetic disorders can cause infertility in men, but treatment options are available.
Know what factors to consider when choosing your sperm donor.
When other solutions aren’t an option, surrogacy remains a dependable way to have a child.
Sometimes periods aren't as timely as they should be. What's to blame?
Sperm banks are an option to freeze sperm for future use, but get some facts straight first
Follow these tips to reduce stress after learning about your condition.
Daily yoga and meditation practice can treat and prevent the most impactful menstrual symptoms.
These two bodily stages have overlapping symptoms, making it hard to determine their origins.
Menstruation can trigger painful fibromyalgia symptoms, but self-care can help.
While the cause of this chronic vulva pain is unknown, treatment is possible.
Hysterectomy may offer major relief for endometriosis, but it's usually a last-resort measure.
Having children isn't out of the question. Educate yourself on infertility treatments.
Your genetics may be causing infertility. Here's what you should know.
Battling the pain of endometriosis can be exhausting, and sometimes you need a break.
Several factors play a role in the frequency of visits to this specialist.
Surgery, radiation and chemotherapy save lives…at a price.
So, you want to become a midwife? Be ready to burn the midnight oil.
Hormonal contraceptives are linked to candidiasis, but other factors can cause them, too.
Anemia affects millions of women a year, but it’s largely preventable.
How and why ovarian health isn’t just about having children.
It’s about to get real—let’s talk about vaginal discharge.
Affording in vitro fertilization treatments is possible but takes forethought and strategy.
Maintaining a healthy reproductive system is challenging but necessary for overall wellness.
I've learned some lessons after two decades of hormonal birth control.
No one can prepare for a cancer diagnosis, but there are ways to manage your emotions.
If needles make you squeamish, you may have trouble with some of these fertility medications.
Empathy, teamwork and attentiveness to the needs of both partners are crucial.
Creating a mutual support network is the first step.
You may be surprised to learn how your reproductive organs respond to the test of time.
All women—and some men—should get this routine check for cancerous cells.
Tackling infertility begins with understanding the possible causes.
You might feel far from fresh during menstruation, but here's how to turn that around.
Gain a better understanding of emergency contraception.
You can still maximize your chances of getting pregnant after the age of 35.
Exercise is important when you're expecting, but some activities do more harm than good.
A new attitude about periods has led to innovative products meant to help women deal with them.
If pharmaceutical or barrier contraception methods aren't for you, you may want to try FAM.
Here’s what happens when it’s time to remove or replace your IUD.
This shooting pain during pregnancy may not mean anything is wrong—but it still really hurts.
Reports that the doses are impacting menstruation raise old concerns about women’s health.
It's time for an honest conversation about pregnancy loss.
Endometriosis and PCOS can make it tricky to get (or stay) pregnant.
If your bleeding is excessive or your period painful, it may be time to consult your doc.
A brand-new, easy form of contraception has hit the market, but be sure to read the fine print.
They may start as a minor fungal overgrowth, but yeast infections should not go untreated.
Men make up one-third of infertility cases. Here’s what they can be doing to turn that around.
If you suffer from endometriosis, including your partner in your struggle can bring comfort.
If you're considering this procedure for your reproductive health, here's what you should know.
These unpredictable attackers are a significant but often beatable factor in infertility.
Higher estrogen levels pose risks, but if the pill is not for you, alternatives are available.
Understanding the causes of uterine prolapse can help you avoid this common condition.
Pain and erectile issues are just two of the reasons to call the doctor—the sooner the better.
A heavy flow or gush is not always normal and can signal more severe health issues.
Don’t let myths about cervical cancer keep you from the routine screenings needed to detect it.
Conflicting information about menstruation is a problem when half of the population menstruates.
Clinical trials show this new class of drug may be a promising treatment for ovarian cancer.
Long-term use of certain oral contraception may help prevent some reproductive cancers.
Medical breakthroughs bring hope to women in this battle against a deadly cancer.
Curing the disease can cause infertility, but it’s possible to minimize that risk.
You've conquered cancer. What you have to do now to get your sex life back.
Pain from endometriosis can be unbearable and hard to treat. Massage therapy may help.
Uterine fibroids sound menacing, but for most women, they don’t cause serious problems.
The list of possible dangers is long, but avoiding risky items may enable you to bear a child.
Management techniques can make endometriosis bearable and reduce the severity of its symptoms.
Surgery for the condition, including hysterectomy, is invasive but has long-term upsides.
Most of the time, they're nothing to worry about, but stay prepared regardless.
Anticipate what's in store for this momentous step of the in vitro fertilization process.
Reducing your cervical cancer risk factors can improve your chances of survival, and prevent rec
This cancer warning sign is another reason why you should never postpone your regular Pap test.
Research into a link between the two conditions has shown conflicting results.
Coping skills are essential to navigating fertility issues effectively.
Post-hysterectomy, careful choices ensure a smooth transition back to your exercise routine.
These surgeries are just some of the choices to consider after a diagnosis.
For women surviving cervical cancer, pregnancy can still be an option, depending on treatment.
Certain genetic traits can significantly increase your risk of developing ovarian cancer.
An infection from HPV often clears up on its own, but here's what you can do if it doesn't.
Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome is a rare threat, but it should be taken seriously if you have PID.
Even women declared cancer-free after treatment aren’t in the clear, but you can help yourself.
How to protect your emotional well-being before divulging the details of your family plan.
PMDD can be debilitating but doesn't have to be with the right tips and techniques.
Most cervical cancers can be prevented with help from your doctor and a healthy immune system.
Symptoms of ovarian cancer can vary dramatically depending on the stage of the disease.
If you struggle with infertility, here's what you should know before heading in for treatment.
Cervical cancer is aggressive, but survival rates have improved thanks to regular Pap smears.
Here's how age, medical conditions and lifestyle choices may affect your fertility.
Systemic racism is seriously affecting fertility rates across the United States.
The answer may surprise—and free—you. Here are the do's and don'ts of not wearing underwear.
The pill may be a miraculous drug, but it's not perfect. Here's what you need to know.
Factors that can lead to premature menopause are many, but the cause is often unknown.
All those clichéd healthy-lifestyle recommendations matter more when you're trying to conceive.
Awareness of these four syndromes is vitally important if you have a family history of cancer.
There are a few ways to handle this difficult syndrome.
An abnormal Pap smear can require further testing via a colposcopy. Here's how you can be ready.
You still have options—and alternatives—for becoming a parent when age is not on your side.
Your perspective on fertility treatments might be different the second time around (and beyond).
Chlamydia is common and treatable, but unchecked, its long-term effects can impact your future.
It may feel awkward but it’s not painful. A Pap smear should top your list of essential tests.
Cancer has men thinking about their future children—whether they planned to have them or not.
Every woman with endometriosis has a unique experience. These tips help me cope with mine.
Ovarian cancer can radically change you, your body and your self-esteem. Here's how to cope.
Treatment for ovarian cancer can be as tough as a diagnosis—knowing what to expect can help.
Noting subtle symptoms is critical when fighting a disease notoriously tough to diagnose.
Here's what you can expect after reaching remission from cervical cancer.
The treatment you get depends on what stage the cervical cancer is in, along with other factors.
You can live with endometriosis and thrive, even though its root causes aren't known.
Understanding your symptoms is the first step to getting diagnosed with endometriosis.
Menstrual symptoms are annoying, but simple lifestyle modifications can ease your discomfort.
Understanding common menstrual complications can help diagnose serious health conditions.
Support your partner during menopause in a way that fosters a healthy dynamic for both of you.
Eradication of cervical cancer is an achievable goal—if we can get resources to critical sites.
Whether you're trying to conceive or stay child-free, understanding your fertility is key.
You may be wary of epidurals, but they're a safe and effective way to manage childbirth pain.
It’s OK to drink during your period, but know the chemical changes your body may experience.
If you have symptoms that people don't like to talk about in polite society, you're not alone.
Here's what you need to know before you get this highly effective contraceptive.
While it doesn't automatically mean infertility, endometriosis may require immediate attention.
PMDD refers to physical, mental and emotional symptoms one feels in the weeks before a period.
Fertility preservation may be the key to having a family after cancer treatment.
Aligning your exercise routine with your hormones can maximize health and wellness.
Getting your 'tubes tied' is an effective and permanent way to prevent pregnancy (but not STIs).
Women should know how to approach follow-up tests when their Pap smear comes back abnormal.
Men can get yeast infections, too, and just knowing that fact can help you prevent them.
Life with endometriosis can be improved by implementing strengthening and stretching exercises.
Your pregnancy journey should include exercise, but be careful of how much.
The link may not be direct, but chronic stress can affect your menstrual cycle. Find out how.
Pay close attention to factors and symptoms, because PID can get dangerous if left untreated.
These endometriosis-friendly sex positions can reduce pain and encourage intimacy.
Most contraceptives work preventively, but the morning-after pill gives you more flexibility.
Insemination kits offer a convenient option for infertile couples and others who want children.
Autoimmune diseases cause distress, medical complications and, possibly, fertility issues.
Find out the facts about preeclampsia—it could save your life.
Women shouldn't let myths about menstrual products leave them confused and misinformed.
Vaginal dryness doesn't have to spell the end of your sex life.
Recognize ovarian cancer, the most deadly cancer that affects the female reproductive system.
One woman’s battle leads to a miscarriage, surgery and a fertility roller coaster.
Patient advocates are finding creative ways to provide support when they can’t be present.
We’re all highly susceptible to these common infections, so be prepared with the facts.
There are many choices and factors to consider after you decide to terminate a pregnancy.
IVF is a complex series of procedures used to help with fertility and conception. Get the facts.
A vital cancer-screening tool, Pap smears should be a routine part of your health regimen.
Swollen lymph nodes and testicles are signs, but does epididymitis go away on its own?
Typically a cosmetic treatment, Botox is also used to treat some sexual health conditions.
Intense cycling can involve hours of pressure on your most vulnerable areas. Should you worry?
Vaginal discharge cleans and protects the cervix, and can also alert women to potential issues.
Though common, candidiasis is a condition to take seriously.
The keys to preventing pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) are education, caution and awareness.
Insulin issues accompany polycystic ovary syndrome. The right food can help you stay balanced.
Learning the symptoms of this reproductive syndrome can help prevent long-term effects.
Recommendations have changed, but Pap smear tests are integral in screening for cervical cancer.
Though little known, perimenopausal depression can occur in women during a transitional time.
Spotting is definitely annoying and inconvenient, but is it cause for concern?
Menstrual cups aren’t new, but they have seen a recent spike in popularity. Find out why.
This bacterial infection can severely impact a woman’s sexual and reproductive health.
Reality differs from our collective imagination of how an abortion looks and feels.
One woman in 10 is affected by endometriosis—physically, psychologically and sexually.
Pap smear results can affect the next steps for your health and well-being. Know what they mean.
An oral contraceptive has side effects, but so does stopping it. Know what to expect.
Given the possible side effects, consult a doctor about your health before taking birth control.
Menopause doesn’t mark the end of sex. These remedies can help sex stay enjoyable at any age.
Many women expect mood swings during their cycle, but understanding why helps you take control.
PMS is more than just a regular inconvenience for women who suffer serious symptoms every month.
Vulvar cancer is not common, but you need to identify symptoms early for good outcomes.
IVF costs vary greatly, but it’s not out of reach for people serious about starting a family.
About 15 percent of couples in the U.S. struggle with infertility issues. But they have options.
Take time to process your feelings and seek support when dealing with infertility.
You’re following all the rules, and yet you’re not getting pregnant. Where do you go from here?
A varicocele may cause infertility, though the extent of a direct connection is still unclear.
The 'cancer gene' might be new to your knowledge base, but learning more about it can only help.
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