From the ovaries, outward, all about female-focused health and medicine.
The Process Getting a PCOS Diagnosis
I am sure I speak for about 98% of women who have been confirmed diagnosed by doctors of PCOS that getting that damn diagnosis was a struggle that rivals stopping the apocalypse. And I am sure 100% of women who have a hormonal imbalance that causes weight gain have been basically told by the doctor to “just lose weight.”
PCOS = Painful Cramps On Steroids
S.A Crawford wrote a vulnerable and revealing piece on her recent diagnosis of PCOS (otherwise known as, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome). And the outreach of women who were all echoing the same sentiment that I did had me sitting with my eyes wide, and heart hurting. But also really proud of all the brave women who are willing to share their stories and the pains they endured to comfort Crawford and let her know she wasn't alone.
As women, as mothers, many of us can look at this mama bear and we relate immediately and deeply, like a swift punch to the gut.
Discover the Best Way to Lose Weight
Discover the Best Way to Lose Weight: Stages to Follow Explained! Are you tired of trying fad diets and quick-fix weight loss solutions that never seem to work? Look no further! In this comprehensive guide, we will uncover the best way to lose weight and provide you with a clear understanding of the stages you need to follow in order to achieve your weight loss goals.
Can ADHD Really Work In The Workplace?
Let’s face it, traditional societal norms can make neurodivergent people feel like total outsiders. From school, we are encouraged to fit our unique brains into standardised boxes, and this mentality has unfortunately continued into the workplace. For example, autism in the workplace has historically not been supported, meaning that autistic people have struggled to find and keep a job due to lack of understanding (National Autistic Society).
What's Premenstrual dysphoric disorder?
Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) is a severe and often misunderstood condition that affects some women in the days leading up to their menstrual period. It is a more extreme form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), characterized by a wide range of emotional and physical symptoms. PMDD can significantly impact a woman's quality of life, relationships, and daily functioning. This article delves into the key aspects of PMDD, its symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and available treatments.
What Kind of Weight Loss Results Can I Expect With Ozempic?
Have you been struggling to lose weight for years without making any progress? Then the rise of Ozempic has probably caught your eye!
Ghana's LOUDLY Silent Femicide, Suicide & Rape As Gender Minister's Continue Their Silence; Culture Is Killing Women!
Friday, 5 September 2023 By: TB Obwoge I can't write somedays, through tears as I continue to watch the news of new cases of suicide, femicide and rape in Ghana. Just a few days ago a young woman was found hanging in her university hostel, news claims were that she had completed suicide by hanging herself.
A young woman named Emily lived in the quaint town of Meadowbrook, which was tucked away amid undulating hills and flowing streams. Her grin conveyed warmth and joy to everyone who was fortunate enough to see it because it was as natural as the sun rising over the horizon.
Body, I See you Are Ready
It's Autumn In more ways than one. A few years now, my body started to speak in new and different ways. The rush of the moon tides of my bleeding would come heavier, way heavier. And then they would recede and disappear for a few moons. Giving me time to contemplate. Giving me time to remember all the Life this womb has carried. So much life and love in these bones, following the rhythms of my heart and mind, of my womb and body. So many seasons.
Why Can't My Body And Body Work AS One
This story is about the silent conversation the mind and body have with each other. Mind: "Good Morning, time to get up body."
What to Drink in Labour?
I recommend, in late pregnancy, to have a water bottle with you all the time and keep sipping on it. Make this a habit that will naturally continue when labour begins.