Endometriosis can make sex painful. Learn how to avoid triggering positions to reclaim your sex life.
8 Possible Reasons Why Your Vagina Itches
It’s easy to assume the itching down there is a yeast infection. But there are actually a lot of causes for vaginal itching. Here’s how to figure out what’s possibly going on down below.
What To Expect in Each Stage of Menopause
A menopause specialist discusses the stages of menopause and what you can likely expect from each.
How Long It Takes To Get Pregnant and How You Can Up Your Odds
For some people, getting pregnant is a one-time effort. For others, it takes consistent attempts. Find out how long it usually takes for most people to get pregnant and when to seek fertility support.
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Is It Safe to Sleep With a Tampon In?
For the most part — yes, it’s safe to sleep with a tampon in. But you should still be conscientious about changing your tampons regularly based on your flow.
Endo Belly: What It Is and How To Get Rid of It
We spoke to a women’s health specialist about what “endo belly” is, why it happens and what treatments are available for people with endometriosis who experience this uncomfortable condition.
No, You Shouldn’t Use Reusable or Crocheted Tampons
While you might be considering reusable or crocheted tampons to help the environment, there’s a reason why our menstrual products are deemed a medical device and go through review before they’re sold.
Do My Period Changes Mean Perimenopause?
Irregularities to your menstrual cycle could mean you’re in perimenopause. An expert explains what it all means and how to reduce your symptoms.
What Is Chasteberry, and What Can It Do?
Riding a hormone rollercoaster is no fun, but chasteberry is a natural remedy that may help relieve your symptoms. Here’s what it does.
Living With Uterine Fibroids
Deciding whether to live with uterine fibroids or pursue treatment is a personal choice. A gynecologic surgeon outlines some treatment options and strategies to help you cope.