Some women experience heavier or lighter periods after having a baby and they may need treatment. Find out what to expect after baby comes.
Worried about a period that’s lasting too long? Find out what’s normal, what’s not and when it’s time to see your gynecologist.
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.
While there’s no such thing as a “normal period,” there are some generally accepted characteristics of a healthy period. Here’s a look at some of the notable period changes women can expect throughout their lives.
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Losing your period can be one part of the Female Athlete Triad, a potentially serious syndrome of three interrelated conditions of health risk factors.
Most women resume normal periods after their pregnancy. But others may experience heavier or lighter periods and may need treatment.
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.
Painful cramps around the time of your period is so common these days that women think that’s just the way it is. But it doesn’t have to be. Find out why.
For years, women have used either tampons or pads to collect blood and protect clothing during their periods. But a menstrual cup provides women with an alternative to these traditional methods. Some are long-lasting and reusable, while others are disposable. Menstrual cup basics and advantages Aren’t sure what a menstrual cup is? It’s a flexible … Read More
Discover the most common symptoms of menopause, from hallmark hot flashes to skin and hair changes. Then get our expert’s recommendations on hormone therapy and other solutions.