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Women's Reproductive Health

Understanding Reproductive Health


Don't take chances with issues as serious as pregnancy and STIs. Let's get the facts straight.

Reviewed by Lori McNeal, M.D. , | Gynecology, | Gynecology

The Basics
Birth Control
Uterine Health
Ovarian Health

The Basics

The Facts About Women's Reproductive Health

From your first period to menopause—and everything in between—it's vital to know the basics.

Without basic healthcare, women face higher mortality rates and other serious consequences.

Research finds stigma hinders diagnosis and treatment for fat patients.

COVID affected the availability of reproductive healthcare and worsened pregnancy outcomes.

Birth Control

The Facts About Birth Control

There's no shortage of birth control options, allowing for pregnancy prevention on your terms.

Just how effective is the lactational amenorrhea method?

Over 3,200 patients reported similar experiences with Paragard, resulting in 500 lawsuits.

This natural family-planning option can help identify ovulation by observing discharge patterns.

Uterine Health

The Facts About Uterine Health

Keeping the uterus in good shape is key to reproductive and overall health.

Understanding and addressing ongoing racial disparities in reproductive health care.

Your uterus is made up of more than you might know.

Sudden change in your period? Your doctor may recommend this low-risk procedure.

Ovarian Health

The Facts About Ovarian Health

Ovaries play a vital role not only in reproductive health, but also in your overall well-being.

The condition is uncommon, but it can lead to potential fertility problems.

Despite the findings, doctors' recommendations remain the same.

While a cyst sounds scary, it's not always something to worry about.


The Facts About Abortion

Women considering abortion should understand the principal facts about the procedure itself.

Have we been turning more and more to virtual abortion appointments in the pandemic?

Virtual care and medication by mail are providing affordability and a stigma-free experience.

Women facing the decision to abort often need emotional support—enter this specialist.