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Choosing the Right Birth Control for You

If you need birth control, you have more options than you likely realize. However, that can be a problem if you aren’t sure which one might be best for you. This post may help you decide.

Jul 20th, 2020
Can Stress Cause Spotting?

Spotting, or light bleeding between periods, is common, but the causes vary wildly. Although it’s unnerving, spotting isn’t always a sign of a more serious medical condition. Sometimes, physical or emotional stress can cause spotting.

Jun 8th, 2020
5 Reasons to Consider a Hysterectomy

If your doctor has suggested you consider a hysterectomy, you may be emotional, and you probably have a few questions. In this post, we describe some benefits of a hysterectomy in certain situations.

May 6th, 2020
Don’t Let Menopause Affect Your Sex Life

If you’re concerned about how menopause is likely to change your sex life, you may have some questions. This post explains what you should expect, along with some strategies to help you continue to enjoy a robust and healthy sex life.

Apr 18th, 2020
Safety Tips for a High-Risk Pregnancy

Were you told your pregnancy is high risk? Are you concerned you could face challenges carrying and delivering a healthy baby? Even with high-risk factors, you can still have a safe and complication-free pregnancy. Read on to learn how.

Mar 2nd, 2020
My Pap Smear Results Were Abnormal—Now What?

When you receive the news that you had an abnormal Pap smear result, it’s common to feel worried. Learn what an abnormal Pap smear result means and what you next steps should be if you receive one.

Nov 1st, 2019
Pelvic Prolapse: Know Your Treatment Options

Up to one-third of women in the United States experience some degree of pelvic organ prolapse. The good news is that plenty of effective treatment options that can restore your quality of life are available.

Oct 1st, 2019
What is Unexplained Infertility?

Each time you think you’re pregnant, the test says “no.” After you consult a fertility specialist, you still don’t have an answer — just the term “unexplained infertility.” Can somebody please explain that?

Sep 1st, 2019