• How Perimenopause May Be Affecting Your Life

  • The First Steps to Dealing with Your Infertility

  • Bleeding During Pregnancy: What's Normal?

  • Menopausal Hot Flashes and Summer: Your Survival Guide

  • Lifestyle Changes That Can Improve Your Fertility

  • Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Pelvic Pain

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How Perimenopause May Be Affecting Your Life

Are you having sweat-dripping hot flashes, but you’re not near menopause? You’re not sick or crazy — hot flashes and more can affect your life long before menopause. Here’s what you need to know about the impact of perimenopause.

Oct 15th, 2018
Bleeding During Pregnancy: What's Normal?

Any type of vaginal bleeding can be alarming when you’re expecting, but it doesn’t always mean something’s wrong. Learn some of the most common causes of bleeding during pregnancy, and why it’s important to talk with your doctor anytime it happens.

Aug 20th, 2018
Menopausal Hot Flashes and Summer: Your Survival Guide

About 75% of all women going through menopause experience hot flashes, which are disruptive episodes of intense warmth and flushing accompanied by profuse sweating. Find out how to manage your hot flashes when warm summer weather turns up the heat.

Jul 26th, 2018
Lifestyle Changes That Can Improve Your Fertility

Infertility is often the result of an underlying medical problem, but certain lifestyle factors can also influence your ability to become pregnant. There are simple changes you can make to improve your chances of having a baby.

Jun 19th, 2018
Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Pelvic Pain

With work and family to contend with, it’s easy for women to put themselves last. But when it comes to pelvic pain, that nagging pressure that you’ve tried to ignore could be your body communicating that something is amiss.

May 26th, 2018
Exercise During Pregnancy: What You Need to Know

You may feel tired when you’re pregnant and think rest is more important than exercise. But that isn’t always the case! Read on to find how to exercise can help your baby and your body during pregnancy.

Apr 20th, 2018
Managing Menopause Symptoms on the Job

Menopause can cause symptoms you’d probably rather not experience at work. We can’t change the timing of your hot flashes, mood swings, and other menopausal signs, but we can help you find ways to manage when they strike on the job.

Mar 30th, 2018
10 Tips for Remedying Insomnia During Pregnancy

Insomnia during pregnancy is quite common—and extremely maddening. Whether you just can’t get comfortable or are worried about becoming a parent, sleep eludes you. Try these 10 strategies to ease into a peaceful night.

Feb 15th, 2018
How Much Weight Should I Gain During Pregnancy?

Weight gain and pregnancy go hand in hand, but just how much you should add depends on your starting size. Keep your rate of weight gain to a moderate, steady pace to promote your own health and the health of your growing baby.

Jan 31st, 2018
Endometriosis

I’m a 24 year old, and I’ve always had extremely painful periods. My doctor told me that I might have endometriosis. What is it, and what can be done about it?

May 5th, 2017
Pre-Pregnancy Planning

My husband and I are thinking about trying to get pregnant in the next few months? Do I need to do anything to get ready for pregnancy?

May 1st, 2017
Risk of Coronary Artery Disesae

I’m a 62 year old woman and a friend of mine recently had a heart attack. I smoke and I worry about my risks for coronary artery disease. Is there anything I can do?

Apr 25th, 2017
Osteoporosis

I’m a 48 year old woman and my mother was recently diagnosed with osteoporosis. Is there anything I can do to decrease my risk?

Mar 23rd, 2017
Infertility

I am a 28 year old woman. My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for six months without success. Should I be concerned?

Mar 5th, 2017
New Contraceptives

I have a hard time remembering to take the birth control pill every day. Are there any new contraceptives out these days?

Feb 3rd, 2017
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