Vaginal dryness can lead to chafing, itching, burning and urinary problems. You don’t have to suffer in silence, though. An Ob/Gyn says there are many easy solutions.
Not ready to be pregnant? You’ve lots of birth control options at your disposal, but how do you decide which is right for you? We give you the lowdown on the pros and cons of the best contraceptives.
Have you been hearing about period underwear? This absorbent and reusable product may be a game changer for your menstrual cycle.
Endometriosis pain can be severe, but the right diet could help soothe those symptoms. Learn what a dietitian says about foods you should eat — and skip — if you have endometriosis.
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Just like our bodies are a lot different at age 50 than they are at age 17, our periods change over time, too. Learn about some generally accepted characteristics of a healthy period, as well as note-worthy period changes women can expect throughout their lives.
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