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Understanding the 4 Types of Urinary Incontinence

Do you hunt for the nearest restroom everywhere you go? Are you worried your bladder will suddenly betray you and release a flood of urine? You’re not alone. Join us as we help folks like you understand what’s happening with their bladders.

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3 Busted Myths About Infertility

Battling infertility is hard enough without sifting through bogus advice and medical jargon. Instead, turn to our compassionate expert who walks with you through your journey and helps you distinguish fact from fiction.

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What Causes Urinary Incontinence After Pregnancy?

Pregnancy and childbirth are amazing experiences, but they can also lead to more than a few uncomfortable side effects, like urinary incontinence. Here’s why it happens and what you can do about it.

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Dos and Don’ts of Exercise During Pregnancy

Whether you have a fitness routine you love or you want to start one, it’s important to know the basics of exercising while pregnant. Keep reading to get straight-from-the-expert advice.

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Living with PCOS

Rule number one of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS): you don’t have to (and shouldn’t) go through it alone. Here, we give you straight-from-the-expert advice on thriving despite PCOS and living a happy, healthy life.

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Which Type of Birth Control Is Right For You?

Sadly, choosing birth control can often become more complicated than it has to be. We’re here to clear up the confusion and give you straight-from-the-expert advice about birth control.

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Is a Pap Smear Really Necessary?

Pap smears are an essential part of women’s health care. It is a screening tool to help detect precancerous or cancerous lesions at an early stage when it is treatable.

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Should you treat your Fibroids?

Fibroids can be very bothersome. If it is affecting your normal life, then you need treatment. Treatment varies from observation to medication and finally surgery.


How common are Fibroids?

Uterine fibroids are very common, affecting up to 50% of women. Not everyone has symptoms, but of those that do they can vary.