Treatment options for this condition range from surveillance to medications to surgery.
Treatment options for this condition range from surveillance to medications to surgery.
Living with this condition isn't easy, but there are multiple ways to manage it.
Seeing a doctor regularly and changing some lifestyle habits can help you avoid complications.
Here's what you need to know about the most common of gynecological cancers.
Seeing a doctor regularly and changing some lifestyle habits can help you avoid complications.
The conservationist and TV star opens up in hopes of helping others.
The conservationist and TV star opens up in hopes of helping others.
Talk to your healthcare provider if you're experiencing heavy, painful periods or pelvic pain.
Researchers discovered altered bacteria promoted disease progression in mice.
If something isn't right, don't ignore it. This diagnostic tool can detect many conditions.
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 painful disease in the reproductive system affects numerous women worldwide.
This rare menstrual phenomenon looks and feels like a miscarriage. It's painful, but it passes.
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.
Did you know a person could have two uteruses? Just think about carrying a baby in each one.
Here's what that line on an ultrasound means. (Don't worry, it's supposed to be there.)
The comedian discusses difficulties in getting a proper diagnosis for a 'lonely disease.'
A new polymerase chain reaction test may detect the disease earlier.
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.
This rare congenital irregularity can cause complications in some pregnant women.
This endometriosis symptom can cause severe discomfort, but there are ways to tackle it.
Magnetic resonance imaging can serve as a second line of defense to diagnose these conditions.
A new study of more than 200,000 women finds racial and ethnic disparities in mortality rates.
Sharing information about this common condition leads to earlier diagnosis and better treatment.
Urinary tract infections are more common for postmenopausal women, but there are solutions.
D-mannose could be worth adding to your regimen to ward off infections.
You should be aware of these 8 ingredients before a 'glove' goes on or in your body.
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.
Opening up about a difficult condition can be tough, but it's worth it.
Skene's glands may be the cause of your bladder discomfort.
Patients and doctors alike could benefit from more knowledge about the painful disorder.
While rare, uterine didelphys (a double uterus) can cause a range of complications.
What life is like for women with underdeveloped wombs and vaginas.
You don't have to proceed with anything that feels uncomfortable.
This condition can lead to PID and infertility, so early intervention is crucial.
Your uterus is made up of more than you might know.
Sudden change in your period? Your doctor may recommend this low-risk procedure.
Symptoms of uterine fibroids are often dismissed as period pain.
The side effects may outweigh the benefits for women seeking relief from pain.
Staying hydrated is important, but fortunately for your bladder, you don't need to go overboard.
Though it can't cure infertility, Mayan abdominal therapy can reduce stress and help blood flow.
If you're one of the many people affected by fibroids, these natural treatments may help.
Research shows eliminating certain foods and adding others may alleviate your symptoms.
The actress shares her struggles with facial hair and adult acne.
When a fertilized egg implants outside the uterus, it must be removed to save the woman.
Recurrence can't be stopped, but regular testing can keep you informed and prepared.
Identification of the NPSR1 gene variant could lead to nonhormonal treatment of the disease.
Most intrauterine devices will work past their expiration dates, but don’t wait too long.
Consistency and color may be trying to tell you something.
Every menstrual cycle is different, but sudden changes might be a sign something's wrong.
Bouncing from one specialist to another is common when seeking an endometriosis diagnosis.
Your flow shouldn't stop you from living your life.
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.
This procedure can help with menstrual complications that impact your fertility.
A few lifestyle changes can stave off the condition.
An arcuate uterus is a common abnormality that generally doesn't cause any complications.
Cervical biopsies can be intimidating, but they're very common and usually painless.
Pelvic pain can be debilitating, but finding a cause allows for an active and healthy lifestyle.
Learning more about this common condition will help you be prepared throughout your pregnancy.
Anemia can be a serious side effect of heavy periods, but treatment options are available.
Try these top 5 ways to manage endometriosis from the comfort of your own home.
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.
The signs often mimic other health conditions—here's what to look for.
Postpartum pelvic floor issues are common, but it is possible to regain control of your body.
Sometimes a creative touch is needed to manage endometriosis pain.
Menstrual cups are a popular alternative to tampons and maxi pads. Which one is right for you?
Learn how to spot these two common types of gynecologic cancer.
Monthly periods can be a hassle, but changes in your cycle could signal a health issue.
Maintaining a healthy reproductive system is challenging but necessary for overall wellness.
Tackling infertility begins with understanding the possible causes.
You might feel far from fresh during menstruation, but here's how to turn that around.
Common reproductive disorders can present challenges to getting, or staying, pregnant.
If your bleeding is excessive or your period painful, it may be time to consult your doc.
While not strictly necessary, certain probiotic strains can help with persistent health issues.
If you're considering this procedure for your reproductive health, here's what you should know.
Understanding the causes of uterine prolapse can help you avoid this common condition.
A heavy flow or gush is not always normal and can signal more severe health issues.
How much control do we have over the factors that determine fertility?
Uterine fibroids sound menacing, but for most women, they don’t cause serious problems.
Post-surgery, careful choices ensure a smooth transition back to your exercise routine.
PMDD can be debilitating but doesn't have to be with the right tips and techniques.
Every woman with endometriosis has a unique experience. These tips help me cope with mine.
Menstrual symptoms are annoying, but simple lifestyle modifications can ease your discomfort.
You may be wary of epidurals, but they're a safe and effective way to manage childbirth pain.
Studies disagree on whether the traditional practice will solve your conception difficulties.
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.
Aligning your exercise routine with your hormones can maximize health and wellness.
Many BIPOC face an ongoing struggle to get diagnosed.
One woman’s battle leads to a miscarriage, surgery and a fertility roller coaster.
The keys to preventing pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) are education, caution and awareness.
Recommendations have changed, but Pap smear tests are integral in screening for cervical cancer.
Spotting is definitely annoying and inconvenient, but is it cause for concern?
Pelvic pain is common, but before you receive proper treatment, know what’s causing it.
From your first period to menopause—and everything in between—it's vital to know the basics.