Uterine fibroids can be a source of painful periods and a heavier flow. For a large number of women, it is not uncommon to experience a certain degree of menstrual pain. In fact, as many as 80 percent of women experience period pain. However, it can also be a sign of something more serious, like…
Making the decision to have an abortion can be challenging, and choosing which type of abortion procedure is best for your circumstances can add to the confusion. Both medical and surgical procedures are excellent, safe methods. This article seeks to identify and discuss the differences between surgical abortion and medical abortion in order to help…
A yeast infection (also known as vaginal candidiasis) is a fungal infection, affecting three out of four women during their life. The good news is that a yeast infection isn’t classified as an STI and can be treated. In this article, we’ll discuss the causes, symptoms, treatment and risk factors associated with the infection. Causes…
Breast Cancer and Women’s Wellness October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means it’s a good time to brush up on your knowledge in order to keep yourself as healthy as possible.
Do contraceptives increase my risk of cancer? Many women worry that using certain types of birth control can increase their risk of cancer. The information below provides all the facts you need to make an informed choice when concerned about contraceptives and cancer .
Most important health checks for women’s wellness October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, but in truth, every month should be focused on the good health of women. The earlier illness is detected, the more effectively it can be treated.
Cost of contraceptives: Choosing between short-term contraceptives and LARC You may be wondering what really is the difference between long term contraceptives and short term contraceptive methods?
Cervical cancer: Are you at risk? September is cervical cancer awareness month in South Africa, and we’re taking a look at the facts that every woman needs to know about this serious but largely detectable disease.
Top 5 sexual health checks for women Women face a unique set of sexual healthcare issues that can be different to men’s. Knowing what to look out for, and which annual checks to have, can keep you healthy and detect illness or chronic ailments as early as possible.