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

teisha leshea6 days ago
All Patients Aren't Treated Equal
"I will remember that there is art to medicine as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeon's knife or the chemist's drug. Hippocratic Oath—Modern Version....
Ashley Peterson16 days ago
Spotlight on Female Reproductive Health
Despite our hyper-sexualized society, female reproductive health often gets swept under the rug. It can be uncomfortable to talk about, either in a social context or with a health professional, and it...
Mia Johnsona month ago
How to Deal with Cravings During a Period
It's "that" time of the month when every single woman would just like to be left alone so that she could put one her comfy onesie and eat her favorite trash food. When the period is around the corner,...
Amelia Granta month ago
What Is Vaginoplasty and Who Needs This?
Both men and women can take advantage of it. Such an operation is held in order to eliminate any defects of the genitals, or to change their shape.
Gina X Gregorya month ago
Abortion at 18
It was a normal day when I realised that something wasn’t quite right, I didn’t feel well and hadn’t started my period, what was wrong with me. I didn’t know at that moment. So I decided to take a pre...
Paisley Hansen2 months ago
Healthy Living as a Woman
Leading a healthy life is important for anyone of any age or gender, but being a woman brings its own unique set of health concerns that are important for women to be aware of in order to best take ca...
Amelia Grant2 months ago
Nine Reasons for the Absence of Menstruation
The second main reason can be breastfeeding; but sometimes it can be as a consequence of other serious diseases. In medical terms, the absence of menstruation is called amenorrhea. There are two types...
Gabi Laureano2 months ago
Making It Through
I've decided to try this in hoping it might help other women struggling with it... or even men trying to understand what their loved ones go through. It's the doubt and the fear that affect us the mos...
Cheeky Minx3 months ago
Simple Tools for Surviving PMDD
Invisible illness sucks. If you look healthy and are of an age to "know better," you are expected to A) snap out of it, B) act your age, and C) pull your own weight. But none of those things are easy ...
Tips for a Healthier and Happier Vagina
Feeling comfortable and healthy down there is not always easy, especially when you consider how incredibly normal many of the factors that affect the health and general well-being of your vulva and va...
Ossiana Tepfenhart3 months ago
Can Serenol™ Really Alleviate PMS Moodiness? We Took a Closer Look to Find Out
PMS, also known as premenstrual syndrome, is a set of symptoms that around half of all women will experience during their lifetimes. It causes women to experience both physical and emotional symptoms ...
Alicia Springer3 months ago
Serenol™ Is Changing How We Think About PMS Symptoms—And You Have to Give It a Try
Once in a blue moon, humanity invents something that changes how we look at the world around us. Sometimes, the way tech changes our views on life are pretty stark—such as how humanity reacted to the ...
Ossiana Tepfenhart3 months ago
Is Your PMS Spiraling Out of Control? Here’s How You Can Fix It
PMS, also known as premenstrual syndrome, is one of the most widespread hormone-related issues in the world, and yet, we don’t often pay much attention to how deeply it can affect us. Three out of eve...
K. P.4 months ago
My Birth Control Horror Story
I started taking birth control in the tenth grade due to having problems with my menstrual cycle. I would maybe get it every four or five months, so my doctor decided that putting me on the pill would...
Christina Scanlon4 months ago
PCOS—A Never Ending Battle
I didn’t always have health problems. There wasn’t always a time where I didn’t want to get out of bed, sleep all day, leave my apartment a cluttered and dirty mess, dishes in the sink, laundry piling...
L. Welch4 months ago
Birth Control Options
Birth control. Rough topic in some cases but for now let's talk about each type (that I have tried): Pill, Patch, Condoms, Depo, Paragard, Nexplanon.
Cheeky Minx4 months ago
We Do Not Control PMDD
I write a lot of pieces about PMDD being a call to turn within and begin a journey of healing, the most recent one being "Periods of Misfortune." I know many of you have also come around to this way o...
Jennifer Hopper4 months ago
I will start by saying that I have PMDD and my journey since discovering this has been long and very hard. I was misdiagnosed with Bipolar disorder for many years. I have learned a lot along the way b...