You’re taking a shower when you suddenly feel a lump on your breast. What do you do?
The correct answer would be to book an appointment with your doctor. There’s no need to worry immediately, though. Most of these breast lumps are benign. In fact, most women will have them.
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When was the last time you had a women’s health checkup? Did you feel like you got the most out of your visit, or do you still have questions?
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“Is it hot in here or is it just me?”
If you find yourself saying this on a regular basis, then you may be suffering from hot flashes. The causes of hot flashes vary, but they are common in both men and women.
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Over 10 million women take birth control in the U.S., and for many, it has been an essential method for preventing pregnancy.
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Endometriosis affects about 5 million women in the United States. If you suffer from endometriosis, you may be experiencing extreme pain during your menstrual cycle or possibly even infertility.
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So many of us have the perfect picture of a “white picket fence” type of life. We grow up expecting to fall in love, get married, and have babies at will. The movies make it look that easy.
Continue reading “Months of Disappointment? The Signs of Infertility and a Look at Your Options”
Going to the bathroom is a pretty mundane thing to do. It’s not a task you really have to think about or stress over.
If something is wrong with your body, though, going to the bathroom becomes a big problem.
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Every woman uses about 240 pads or tampons every year.
And that’s just an average number. Women who suffer from heavy periods can go through even more.
But what is considered a heavy period?
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