We’re all guilty of forgetting about our annual doctor’s appointments. Don’t put your gynecologist on the back-burner. If you’re due for a pap smear or any other checkups included in a well woman exam, make visiting your OB/GYN a New Year’s resolution!
That bubble bath you love so much might not be that good for you. If you care about women’s health, you’re probably familiar with the importance of maintaining women’s vaginal hygiene. However, many women aren’t aware of a very common problem that is often caused by taking a luxurious, sweet-smelling bath in the tub.
We can all agree pretty much agree that periods are the worst. PMS symptoms can vary from mood swings to bloating, or worst of all, cramps. Here are a few tips to ease menstrual cramps.
Menopause is not something many women are comfortable talking about, yet it can play a huge role in a woman’s life. If you’re getting closer to this stage of your life, here are some menopause symptoms you should look out for:
As an IUD becomes one of the most popular and effective forms of birth control, you might have found yourself interested in it at one point. While you probably know what essentially an IUD is and what it generally looks like, IUD placement at a doctor’s office is a whole other story.
Taking care of your body is one of the best things you can do for yourself, especially when it comes to taking care of your vagina. There are plenty of aspects involved in keeping everything down there healthy, but one of the most important aspects is that of vaginal pH balance. Without having this in […]
Tampons are a popular feminine hygiene product and have been around for years. While the technology of tampons has drastically changed over time, the basic gist of it still remains: A tampon acts as “plug” inside of the vagina that absorbs menstrual blood. While most women know what a modern-day tampon is and how it […]
The Pill—a name that is so abstract and non-specific, yet a name that we’ve all heard of before. Birth control pills are a small solution for a big concern. Through providing your body with hormones of estrogen and progestin to prevent pregnancy, The Pill is a highly effective but an annoying form of contraception. Not […]
The care you receive after your pregnancy is just as important as what’s received during it. After birth, it’s common for women to feel a whirlwind of emotions and experience a handful of symptoms that relate to pregnancy. Postpartum depression, experienced by most mothers, is a dramatic drop in hormones (estrogen and progesterone) in your […]
Transitioning into Womanhood The day has come, and your baby is no longer a baby but a little young lady! Your daughter’s first period signaled the beginning of a new chapter in her young adult life, and she has questions! When choosing the right physician, you should feel comfortable voicing your personal concerns and […]