health

From the ovaries, outward, all about female-focused health and medicine.

  • Ellie Hearn
    Published 25 days ago
    Endometriosis: Experiencing the Menopause at 24

    Endometriosis: Experiencing the Menopause at 24

    UK's definition of Endometriosis is:
  • Kari Oakley
    Published about a month ago
    Best Ways for Females to Control Hormones

    Best Ways for Females to Control Hormones

    Throughout the thirty or so years that a woman is experiencing menstruation, and menopause afterwards, it can be difficult to navigate the complex world of hormones and hormone regulation. Here are some tips to control your hormones and bring your levels back to where they should be.
  • Katrin with Love
    Published 2 months ago
    You Are Enough: Victoria's Vaginismus Story

    You Are Enough: Victoria's Vaginismus Story

    …You shouldn’t be scared to seek help.
  • Kelly Jensen
    Published 2 months ago
    Common Reasons Why Your Menstrual Cup Is Leaking

    Common Reasons Why Your Menstrual Cup Is Leaking

    Are you finally using a menstrual cup now in an attempt to favor an eco-friendly and clean alternative? Then we welcome and congratulate you! Surely you are excited to experience the much-praised benefits you get when it comes to using a menstrual cup.
  • Cassidy Webb
    Published 3 months ago
    Menopause Can Fuel Addiction: This Is Why

    Menopause Can Fuel Addiction: This Is Why

    Menopause is an inevitable stage in a woman’s life that brings about an array of physiological changes that are responsible for significant alterations in mental and physical health. Menopause causes levels of estrogen and progesterone hormones to drop, resulting in a variety of changes that many women dread. With the multitude of significant shifts that women experience during these stages of life, it is not uncommon for some women to turn to drugs and alcohol to cope with physical changes, emotional shifts, and pain that is likely to occur during these times. Unfortunately, some women fall victim to addiction during menopause.
  • Z. Gray
    Published 3 months ago
    Why a Menstrual Cup Is a Game Changer

    Why a Menstrual Cup Is a Game Changer

    Any of my fellow menstruating individuals know all about the struggles of menstruation. Most of us know the uncomfortable feeling of wearing sanitary products. What most of us don’t know, however, is how our sanitary products affect the environment. A menstrual cup is a game changer in all ways.
  • Casey Chesterfield
    Published 3 months ago
    Gynecology Care: 101

    Gynecology Care: 101

    Health is something that all people should prioritize. And for females, part of prioritizing health includes visiting the gynecologist. While going to the gynecologist can be intimidating, especially for the first few appointments, reproductive healthcare is essential. So what should women expect when they visit a gynecologist?
  • T.C. Bosarge
    Published 3 months ago
    My Journey with Abnormal Cervical Cells

    My Journey with Abnormal Cervical Cells

    From the title, you know that this is going to be an article not a lot of people have dove into. We hear bits and pieces about it, but never the full story. Well, I’m here to share mine.
  • Lynda Arbon
    Published 3 months ago
    How to Overcome the Issue of Back Pain in Women?

    How to Overcome the Issue of Back Pain in Women?

    When it comes to acute pain, men and women are not created identical. Women tend to face more occurrences of back pain due to triggers like hormonal changes, mineral deficiencies, longer working hours, or pregnancy.
  • Rebecca Elvina Mennell
    Published 3 months ago
    Smear Tests: Cervical Cancer Screening

    Smear Tests: Cervical Cancer Screening

    Are you panicking about your first cervical screening? Are you feeling unsure what to expect? Are you worrying about what might be?
  • Cheeky Minx
    Published 4 months ago
    PME vs PMDD vs PMDD with PME

    PME vs PMDD vs PMDD with PME

    I started writing about PMDD about two years ago. I always write from my own personal experience and interest based on what I’ve researched for my own well-being. I’m not a scientist nor trying to present “medical” articles. I’m really just sharing my story, perspective, and tools that have helped me cope.
  • Teela Hudak
    Published 4 months ago
    What Is the Morning After Pill?

    What Is the Morning After Pill?

    The morning-after pill is a form of emergency contraception. It is used after any unprotected sex takes place. Someone may consider using this to prevent pregnancy if there was a problem with the primary form of birth control, such as the condom breaking, or if a person is forced into unprotected sex.