From the ovaries, outward, all about female-focused health and medicine.
The Complete Guide to Breast Cancer in Women, Symptoms and Breast Cancer Prevention
What is Breast Cancer? Breast cancers are a form of cancer that affects the breast. It is one of the maximum common cancers in girls and is likewise Lymphomas are the second most common motive of cancer-related deaths in females.
Home Remedies For Yeast Infection
If you're like most people, you probably don't know a whole lot about yeast infections. You may have heard of them, but you're not quite sure what they are or how to treat them. In this blog post, we will discuss everything you need to know about yeast infections - from what they are, to how to treat them, and everything in between!
Natural Remedies For Period Pains
Are you struggling with period pains? If so, don't worry, you're not alone. Many women suffer from menstrual cramps each month. Fortunately, there are a number of natural remedies that can help to ease the pain. In this article , we will discuss five of the best remedies for period pains. So read on to find out how you can get relief!
The Big Squish
It was a cold November morning. I was working in my basement. I can’t recall specifically, but as we’re still in a pandemic state and since I’ve been working from home since March 2020, chances are I wasn’t wearing a bra - maybe a shelf bra, but definitely not a very supportive one. Not the best work practice, for sure, but it’s a habit I’ve fallen into. My on-line meetings and loose-fitting hoodies don’t exactly showcase my boobs, so the laziness in my fashion didn’t take long to adopt.
The Benefits of Women's Health Physical Therapy ?
As women, many of us come to physical therapy with our own unique set of fears, experiences, and goals. For some of us, it’s the first time we’re seeing a therapist; for others, it’s the first time we’re seeking out physical therapy for our specific ailments. But for everyone who walks through those doors, the benefits of getting women’s health physical therapy go beyond the treatment itself.
Do Women Suffer From TMJ More Than Men?
Temporomandibular joint disorder, commonly referred to as TMJ disorder, is a condition that roughly 35 million U.S. adults suffer with. While it can affect both males and females alike, the latter are more likely to develop it. In fact, some studies have found that the diagnosis is 5x more frequent in women than men. Why, you may ask? Currently, there are a few theories out there. To learn what they are, read on!
IUD Insertion Pain & Your Options
Over the last year (and likely even before that), there’s been more and more discussion around the insertion of IUDs for birth control and the surfacing of lived experiences. To the distress of many, it has not been positive.
Living without a diagnosis
I am living without a diagnosis for Endometriosis. We do love an accidental rhyme. It’s taken me so long to get to this point and they say I’m one of the lucky ones. I knew something was wrong July of 2020, it’s now April 2022 and I’m on the list for diagnostic surgery called a laparoscopy. So yes friends we are moving in the right direction.
TW Miscarriage, Ectopic Pregnancy, addiction (brief mention- non descriptive) Endometriosis A long word, difficult to pronounce. Just in case you were wondering en-dough-me-tree-oh-sis or as I like to remember: eat a doughnut by a tree with your sis.
Women’s nutrition. Healthy Food
A healthy and balanced diet is the cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle for both men and women. As children, boys and girls generally require the same things from their diet. But with the onset of puberty, which brings changes in the body and hormones, women have different nutritional needs than men. Caloric intake The NHS recommends that men and women of average healthy weight consume around 2,500kcal per day for men and 2,000kcal per day for women. Of course, these values can vary depending on age, metabolism, and physical activity among other things.
Women — You May Be at Risk of Liver Disease if You Suffer From These Two Things
It was downhill for me from the moment I began my first menstrual period. Heavy, prolonged and painful periods was something that plagued my lifetime.
One Key Supplement & Method to Boost Metabolism & Strength in Menopausal Women
I’m a HUGE fat of weight training, and I began in my early 20s early. When we are young, getting older never crosses our minds, especially the potential frailty, decline in energy and perhaps a downgrade to our body shape.