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.
Why do women who live together have their periods at the same time? It’s a persistent story among women that doctors and scientists have worked to unravel.
You don’t have to suffer through painful cramps. While the fix isn’t always easy, there are ways to find relief.
Although periods are natural, there are benefits to skipping them. Our expert offers 7 reasons why you might benefit.
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Learn about promising research and treatment for pain and other symptoms of endometriosis.
Don’t be so quick to cancel your Ob/Gyn appointment because you just got your period. Our expert explains.
If you have fibroids and heavy, painful periods, a hysterectomy is not your only option. Get an overview of the less invasive options available.