While intrauterine devices (IUD) have been available since the early 1900s, they’ve become a far more popular choice for birth control in the last 15 years. For example, in the 1990s, only 1.5% of women* used an IUD, and now 7.8% of American women use IUDs for birth control. In fact, since 2016, the insertion...
Menstrual periods have been called the curse for centuries. So it’s no wonder than many women assume that painful cramping and heavy bleeding are a normal part of womanhood. However, if you have to change your tampon or pad more than once every hour for several consecutive hours or if your cramping is so severe...
A late or missed period can be a source of stress and anxiety. However, generally speaking, an isolated late or missed period is not a cause for concern.
Do you ever wonder why vacation is so relaxing, and you feel healthy and rejuvenated? It’s more than just being away from work and day-to-day responsibilities
If you live with chronic pain, you’re not alone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that over 50 million Americans live with a chronic pain condition.
If you have a health issue like a urinary tract infection (UTI), that bacteria can also get into your pee. Read more about what David Kaufman, M.D., director of Central Park Urology, a division of Maiden Lane Medical and an assistant professor of Clinical Urology at the Weill Cornell Medical School, tells SELF. Read the full article here
Uterine fibroids, like many health conditions, don’t necessarily cause noticeable symptoms. However, when left untreated, these benign tumors can continue to grow and cause painful periods and disrupt your fertility.
Second only to saving money, losing weight is the most common resolution Americans make at the beginning of each year. Resolving to finally slim down and get fit is a good step toward maintaining your health and feeling better.
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