Most cancer treatments affect fertility for both men and women. In most cases there are ways to maintain the ability to become pregnant or father a child, by freezing sperm, eggs, embryos, or ovarian tissue.
Colleen Raymond, MD, OB/GYN at Cleveland Clinic, explains how hormonal birth control pills can be safely used to skip periods.
If you ever thought you should cancel or reschedule a doctor’s appointment because of your period, think again. Colleen Raymond, MD, OB/GYN at Cleveland Clinic, explains why you should keep your appointment.
What happens if you change your mind after “having your tubes tied” and want to have more children? In most cases, you have options.
Advancements in screenings allow for early detection of breast cancer. As breast cancer patients fare better and live longer, it is more important than ever that their quality of life be high. How they feel about themselves and their bodies is important.
What will happen to my breasts? Women diagnosed with breast cancer face that question — but they also have answers in reconstruction.
If you ever wondered how frequently you should visit the gynecologist, here’s your answer.
Abnormal Pap tests are more common than you may think, especially in younger women. Habibeth Gitiforooz, MD, OB/GYN at Cleveland Clinic covers the steps doctors take after an abnormal PAP test.
HPV is the most commonly contracted sexually transmitted disease worldwide. Habibeth Gitiforooz, MD, OB/GYN at Cleveland Clinic, explains why the HPV vaccination is recommended to prevent HPV infection.
Colleen Raymond, MD, OB/GYN at Cleveland Clinic, talks about Depo-Provera, a hormonal birth control option.