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It Hurts When I Have Sex

Dyspareunia is the medical term for a very intimate problem: Pain during intercourse. Dyspareunia isn’t normal. If you have pain during sex, you deserve to find out why, and get the treatment you need to enjoy intimacy again (or for the first time).

Apr 1st, 2022
The Most Common STDs and How to Treat Them

If you think you have an STD, you might delay getting a diagnosis because you’re afraid of the answer. But the sooner you know you have an STD, the sooner you can take steps to either manage it or, in many cases, completely cure it.

Mar 7th, 2022
How Cervical Stenosis Impacts Your Period

If your periods have stopped, become painful, or seem much lighter than usual, you may have a rare condition called cervical stenosis. Cervical stenosis is a narrowing or closure of your cervix. You can get help.

Feb 1st, 2022
My Pap Smear Was Abnormal. What Should I Do Next?

When you find out that your Pap smear came back with abnormal cells detected, the first thing you should not do is panic. An abnormal Pap smear simply means that you need to be tested again. Here’s what you can expect.

Jan 1st, 2022
10 Tips for Managing Menopause Symptoms at Work

Your company’s back to in-person meetings. You’re in the middle of an important one, when suddenly you start to sweat profusely. No, you’re not afraid you’re about to get fired: You’re having a hot flash at work. Here’s what to do.

Nov 15th, 2021
When do Ovarian Cysts Require Medical Intervention?

If you have ovarian cysts you may wonder whether it’s better to just “watch and wait” or to have them removed. The answer depends on many factors, including how painful your cysts are and your risk of ovarian cancer.

Sep 20th, 2021
When Are Heavy Menstrual Periods Cause for Concern?

Heavy menstrual periods are abnormal and always a cause for concern. Your heavier than normal bleeding may be a sign of an underlying health problem, or lead to other health problems like anemia if ignored.

Aug 23rd, 2021