All Women's Health Topics

Jul 09, 2014

ParaGard

ParaGard is an IUD that is used to help prevent pregnancy for up to 10 years. You need to make some considerations before having a Paragard device inserted, so you need to talk with your doctor about the procedure as well as potential risks and benefits. more »

Jul 08, 2014

Best Vitamins for Women

Vitamins and antioxidants are critical for optimum body functioning. Deficiencies result in a variety of illness and health problems. With so many options on the market, what are the best vitamins for women? more »

Jul 06, 2014

How to Increase Breast Size

How to increase breast size? Many natural methods exist to increase the size of your breasts. A combination of herbal therapy, exercise and proper diet can help to naturally increase the size and improve the appearance of breasts. more »

Jun 28, 2014

Uterus Size

The uterus is a vital female reproductive organ and varies in size throughout life. Certain conditions can result in an abnormal increase in the uterine size and it is wise to consult with a doctor for further procedures. more »

Jun 28, 2014

Weight Gain during Period

Weight gain during periods is a common concern for women while having premenstrual syndrome (also known as PMS). It is often caused by water retention, and although it is not a serious condition, there are some ways to prevent and treat it. more »

Jun 24, 2014

Seasonique

Seasonique is a birth control medication that allows women to have a 12 month cycle instead of the standard 28 day cycle. Side effects of taking Seasonique are more likely if not taken properly and will lessen when the body becomes accustomed to the medication. more »

Jun 19, 2014

Vaginal Discharge After Intercourse

Vaginal discharge after intercourse is typically a normal occurrence. Some forms of vaginal discharge are triggered by sexual or non-sexual causes like genital herpes, infections or negative reactions to irritants in the vagina that may require medical attention. more »

Jun 02, 2014

Difference between Spotting and a Period

The primary difference between spotting and a period is in the volume of blood that is discharged through the vagina. Vaginal bleeding in spotting is minimal and at times insignificant, while bleeding during menstrual periods may last for three to five days on the average. more »

May 31, 2014

Partial Hysterectomy

A partial hysterectomy is a procedure that removes the uterus but leaves the cervix intact. While this procedure lowers your risk of developing side effects, there will still be emotional and physical effects that will need to be addressed after your surgery. more »

May 30, 2014

Low Estrogen

Low estrogen is typically a sign of another problem. A woman who experiences any of the signs of this disorder should be seen by her healthcare provider. Home remedies may be helpful in relieving some of the symptoms of low estrogen. more »


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