Tips For Managing Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a chronic reproductive condition that not only contributes to significant pain during menstruation but may cause crippling pain and other symptoms throughout the month. There are several treatment strategies designed to minimize pain and possibly reduce the incidence of infertility associated with endometriosis. Control Menstrual Pain Although not all women with endometriosis will have severe menstrual pain, it is a common symptom. If you find your periods are especially troublesome, you may benefit from developing a pain control regimen. [Read More]

3 Unexpected Things You Never Knew About Menopause

According to Healthline, the average woman will enter menopause at around age 51. You're beginning to show all the usual symptoms, including an end to that nagging period, hot flashes, night sweats and all the other signs you and your girlfriends have discussed over endless cups of coffee. However, if you're in the throes of menopause, you might be experiencing some symptoms that don't seem normal, and may even be scary. [Read More]

3 Ways To Prepare For Your First Obstetrician Visit

A new pregnancy often comes with a torrent of emotions and you may be feeling excited, nervous, overwhelmed, or thrilled, often all in the same day! Don't worry—between the vast hormonal changes pregnancy brings and the incredible life change of adding a new member to your family, all of these feelings are normal and expected. One of the first tasks on your to-do list after receiving a positive pregnancy test is to make an appointment with your obstetrician. [Read More]