Adenomyosis, a condition where a woman’s endometrial tissue embeds itself in the wall or muscle of the uterus, likely affects millions of women, but it’s not well understood. Learn more about adenomyosis and its relationship to endometriosis.
What causes heavy periods in adolescents? It’s usually nothing to worry about, but in some cases it could signal an undiagnosed bleeding disorder. Learn to recognize the signs.
High doses of ibuprofen may help you delay your period for an event or special vacation. But they don’t always work for everyone. Here’s what you need to know.
If your monthly menstrual flow gets heavier or starts lasting longer, a “wait and see” approach can be unnecessarily risky. Find out what’s going on and what options are available.