This article is designed for the transsexual who is looking to get on hormone replacement therapy relatively quickly and easily. I discuss a number of systems which may be available to use in your community.
For those new to menstrual cups, finding the right cup fold and insertion technique can be challenging. This article will give you some tips on finding the best way to use menstrual cups if you are beginner.
Menstrual cups make that time of the month much more tolerable. Once you try the cup, you will never go back to tampons!
Some people are against using menstrual cups, while others love it. Learn about what they are really like before you start using them.
Love your Diva Cup, or other silicone menstrual cup, but can't stand the sight of the stains? Is boiling not working? I have the solution for you—and you're going to be amazed.
I bought a DivaCup two years ago in an effort to find a cost-effective and comfortable way to manage my period. Here are my results and thoughts about this product!
TENS Units are a great pill-free way of managing menstrual pain. In this review, I compare Livia - "The Off Switch for Menstrual Pain" and the AccuRelief Mini TENS System.
A vasectomy is a serious procedure. Although it can be reversed, it's not reliable. Consider it carefully, and talk it over with your partner. It's more than family planning.
Though I initially had no interest whatsoever in trying cloth pads; Party in My Pants pads changed my mind. After trying these, I will never go back to disposable menstrual products.
If your gestational sac is growing and has not yet reached 25 mm, you are being diagnosed with a blighted ovum too soon.
Endometriosis doesn't go away. In fact, if you ignore this condition, it will continue to grow and can seriously damage multiple organs in the abdominal cavity.
Pelvic floor disorder is barely talked about but affects 1 in 4 American women. Learn the definition, the causes, and the treatment options.
I was told I had an empty gestational sac and advised to have a D&C. I turned down this procedure multiple times until finally, at nine weeks, we saw my baby on the ultrasound.
Infertility has a way of throwing some major curve balls in your life. My journey of having "female" issues started as soon as I started having my menstrual cycles and continued for years! Being determined and advocating for yourself are keys to surviving these hardships.
Menopause on its own is bad enough. Add on a chronic illness—in my case, Graves' disease—and it can be a lot more difficult to handle. Learn about how I got through it while maintaining my sanity.