Unpredictable periods are just the tip of the PCOS iceberg. If you have polycystic ovary syndrome, your entire body takes a hit. Here’s what lies beneath the surface of PCOS and what you can do about it.
Are you feeling more irritable than usual? Do you have difficulty falling or staying asleep? These health problems may be symptoms of menopause. Click here to learn more about the telltale signs of this change in life.
It’s that time of year when everyone has grand plans to lose weight, eat better, and be healthier. By booking your annual well woman appointment today, you guarantee that you’re taking care of your health and well-being this year.
Learning you have an STD can cause a wide range of emotions, from alarm and fear to confusion and even shame. But you’re not alone. When you work with an expert you trust, they can help guide you through your diagnosis.
Abnormal Pap smear results aren’t a diagnosis of cancer, but they do call for further testing. Take a moment to find out what’s likely to come next, and learn more about why your results came back abnormal.
Eye wrinkles are common, but when they hinder your confidence and make you feel less than your best, it’s time to do something about them. Learn where eye wrinkles come from and how cosmetic injectables can help you love your look again.
Pelvic pain, heavy bleeding, and infertility are some of the common signs of endometriosis. But these symptoms also occur with many other gynecological conditions. Click here to learn more about endometriosis.
Vaginismus is a painful condition that makes vaginal penetration of any kind difficult. It’s complex, and identifying the physical and mental factors that contribute to it isn’t always easy. Learn the possible causes and find treatment options here.
To be effective, contraceptive pills must be taken daily. Find out how birth control patches can prevent unwanted pregnancies without the inconvenience of having to remember to take pills on a daily basis.
The combination of aging and even repeated facial movements like smiling can lead to specific types of wrinkles, such as crow’s feet and frown lines. One very simple solution for reducing their appearance is by using injectables.
A cancer diagnosis is never good news, but an early diagnosis is better than a late one. Early treatments dramatically increase your chance of surviving cervical cancer and living a full and healthy life for years to come.
You don’t feel like yourself anymore, or look like yourself, either. If you’re losing your hair, or if you feel irritable or foggy, you may not just be getting older. Your hormones may be out of balance, too. Here’s how to tell.
Your body begins to prepare for menopause long before you have your last period. This transition phase is known as perimenopause. While perimenopause is different for every woman, there are certain signs that indicate it’s happening.
Since you feel fine and use condoms most of the time you have sex, you may assume you can skip your Pap smear. But a fast, easy Pap test identifies the early signs of cervical cancer — which potentially could save your life.
If you have concerns about symptoms of menopause like hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and hormonal imbalance, you should know about hormone replacement therapy (HRT). And, did you know that HRT can be taken in pellet form? Read to learn more.
Today, there are many options for birth control — so many, the choices can sometimes be confusing. All contraceptives fall into one of two categories: hormonal or barrier. Here’s how they differ, along with a few of the pros and cons of each.
It’s natural to be concerned about abnormal uterine bleeding. While it can indicate a potentially serious condition, abnormal bleeding can also occur without problems. Find out about common causes of abnormal bleeding and when it requires treatment.
Combining cosmetic injectables allows you to tackle multiple issues at once to provide beautiful, natural-looking results. Learn why you should consider making combination injectables part of your beauty maintenance routine.
Sexual health encompasses multiple aspects — practicing safe sex, preventing unwanted pregnancy, and getting screened for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Here are some simple, less obvious ways you can help boost your sexual health.
If you’re struggling with PCOS symptoms, you’re not alone. This common and chronic condition can cause menstrual problems, weight gain, changes in hair growth, and more. Early diagnosis and treatment can help you get your wellness back on track.
If you’re having trouble focusing, feel depressed, or gained weight that you can’t lose, you might be in menopause. The “change of life” can bring a lot of uncomfortable changes. Restoring your hormone levels can reverse or improve them.
If you’re having sex, there’s a chance you have or can get a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Unfortunately, STDs don’t always have obvious symptoms, and you can be infected without knowing it. The only way you can be sure is with an STD test.