The hot flashes associated with menopause aren’t just uncomfortable during the day — they can disrupt your sleep. Doctors usually prescribe hormone therapy.
We don't often think about what needs to happen to go from arousal to a satisfying orgasm. Unfortunately, some women find they cannot climax during sex. The good news is that this is a treatable problem.
A new study shows that a hormone-blocking drug taken during chemotherapy can help young female breast cancer patients avoid ovary damage caused by chemotherapy and go on to have children later.
Most ovulation problems result from a condition called polycystic ovarian syndrome, or PCOS. Fortunately, relatively inexpensive oral drugs can effectively treat PCOS, allowing many women to conceive.
Some women aren’t well informed about their options with menopausal hormone therapy (MHT). Holly Thacker, MD, talks about how MHT treatment could help so many more women.
Hormone Therapy is one of the best ways for women to get relief from the symptoms of menopause, but a lot of misinformation about this valuable treatment persists. Get the facts about HT’s benefits and risks.
How often should you have — or desire — sex? Experts say there is no right answer. Sexual dysfunction simply refers to anything causing distress or interpersonal difficulty in the bedroom. If this issue is troubling you, find expert tips.
Science hasn’t proven that any food is a true aphrodisiac. But some foods have ingredients that can definitely stimulate our senses and put us in the mood for love.
Obstetrician Elisa Ross, MD, talks about miscarriages and why they happen. She also offers some uplifting statistics about the chances of a healthy pregnancy after miscarriage.
Your 40s are a time of transition. Holly L. Thacker, MD, discusses the many changes to your body and how your women’s health physician can help you cope with them.