Feeling less sexy than you used to? The hormonal changes of menopause could be dampening your sex drive. Find out how bioidentical hormone replacement therapy could put some dazzle back in your sex life.
Chronic pelvic pain can result from a variety of conditions, ranging from endometriosis or ovarian cysts to uterine fibroids or cancer. Learn about whether a hysterectomy could relieve your pelvic pain.
Are you feeling weighed down by heavy periods? Is menstrual pain interfering with your quality of life? You may not have to put up with these frustrations. Learn about the causes and the treatments that offer relief.
Pelvic organ prolapse can cause a range of symptoms, including pelvic pain, pelvic fullness, urinary incontinence, and constipation. Find out if you have any of the risk factors linked to this condition.
Are you suffering with hot flashes, loss of interest in sex, vaginal dryness, and other frustrating menopausal symptoms? Find out if you’re a candidate for symptom-relieving hormone replacement therapy.
Do you leak urine throughout the day and night? Do you have a sense of fullness in your bladder even after you’ve urinated? If so, you may have overflow incontinence. Here’s what you need to know about this condition.
Changing hormone levels can have a frustrating effect on your vagina, leading to vaginal dryness, discomfort during sex, and even urinary incontinence. Find out how we can help you restore your hormone levels.
Ovarian cysts are more common than you may realize. Although some go away on their own, others require treatment. Learn about the different types of ovarian cysts and how they could affect your health.
Just because you receive abnormal results from your Pap test doesn’t mean you have cervical cancer. But it typically does mean you need follow-up testing and evaluation. Here’s what to expect after an abnormal Pap test.
Contraceptive implants have a better effectiveness rate than birth control pills. But does that mean they’re the best choice for you? Maybe. Here’s what you need to know about these two very effective options.
Uterine fibroids are a common cause of pain and heavy bleeding in premenopausal women. Here’s what you need to know about the four types of uterine fibroids, along with their symptoms and treatment options.
Heavy periods, unusually long or short periods, spotting between periods, bleeding after sexual intercourse, and other abnormal bleeding can have a range of causes. Treatment can relieve your symptoms.
If menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, loss of libido, or vaginal dryness are interfering with your quality of life, hormone replacement therapy could help. Learn about whether it’s right for you.
If you have pain in your pelvic region, you’re not alone. There are several conditions that cause women to have pain in their abdomen, lower back, or genitals. Here are a few reasons you may be hurting.
Endometriosis, a condition in which uterine tissue grows outside the uterus, can interfere with fertility. But treatment can make it possible for women with endometriosis to have successful pregnancies.
HPV causes the most common kind of sexually transmitted infection in the United States and affects more than 80% of women at some point in their lives. It can lead to genital warts and some kinds of cancer. Learn how to protect yourself.
As we get ready to observe National Osteoporosis Month in May, we’d like you to take time to think about whether you’re doing enough to keep your bones healthy. Here are five ways to maintain bone strength as you age.
Robots can now make your surgery — and recovery — easier. Learn all about the da Vinci® Surgical System, a minimally invasive procedure that incorporates laparoscopic surgery and robot-assisted technology.
If you’re having pelvic pain, don’t wait any longer to have it checked out. Pelvic pain can be a sign of a serious medical condition, such as endometriosis or infection. Treatment can provide you with welcome pain relief.
If you have endometriosis, you may struggle with infertility. Minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery can remove endometrial implants without harming your reproductive organs, making it more possible for you to get pregnant.
As many as 10% of women have polycystic ovary syndrome, a condition caused by hormone imbalances that can lead to such health problems as infertility, excess hair growth, and Type 2 diabetes. Here’s what you should know about PCOS.
Many women develop ovarian cysts at some time in their lives. Although cysts often go away on their own, you shouldn’t ignore the symptoms, which in rare cases could be a sign of ovarian cancer. Be on the lookout for these 10 warning signs.
Menstrual bleeding is annoying enough, but heavy bleeding, also known as menorrhagia, is even worse. Not only is it annoying, but it can cause fatigue or iron deficiency. Learn five treatments that can provide relief.
If you need a hysterectomy, there’s an exciting new type of surgery available. Robotic-assisted laparoscopic hysterectomies provide patients with many benefits, including faster recovery times and smaller incisions.