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Which Is The Safest Birth Control Option For Your Body?

May 30, 2024346 Views

We are proud of you for taking charge of your gynecological health and deciding on the right form of birth control is a crucial step in your journey. With so many types available, it is only fair to be confused about the safest birth control option for your body.

Is Vaginal Dryness Common After Menopause?

Apr 30, 2024817 Views

Womanhood is a journey that comes with many ups and downs. Menopause marks a significant transition and brings about a lot of changes. While hot flashes and night sweats often arrive first, many women experience vaginal dryness after menopause too.

What Is Vaginal Rejuvenation And Benefits Of Getting It?

Apr 15, 2024520 Views

If you have been reading about women's wellness and stumbled across the words "vaginal rejuvenation," we are here to tell you all about it. This term encapsulates procedures that address changes in the external genitalia (vagina and vulva) due to childbirth, aging, or genetics. Let's get into more details of this.

What Can You Do About Endometriosis After Hysterectomy?

Mar 30, 20241035 Views

It is common for women with endometriosis to undergo hysterectomy; however, this surgery is not always a definitive cure. Recurring endometriosis after hysterectomy is a possibility, and let’s face it, can be confusing to experience. Let’s discuss this further.

What Does It Mean To Have Pcos Belly?

Mar 15, 2024812 Views

If you have recently been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, or PCOS for short, you are not alone in this battle. Many women face this hormonal disorder that not only impacts their reproductive health but also overall well-being.

Are Hot Flashes During Period Normal?

Feb 29, 20241252 Views

Have you been feeling hot a lot lately? Well, if the calm, cold weather has no effect on the sweaty episodes, it may be hot flashes. They are usually a symptom of menopause, but in certain circumstances, you may experience hot flashes during your period as well.

How Long Does it Take for Uterus to Heal after Myomectomy?

Feb 15, 20241485 Views

If you have been diagnosed with fibroids in the uterus, do not worry about it, as treatments like myomectomy can easily remove these non-cancerous growths. Since the entire procedure is invasive, expect some cuts and incisions and be vigilant with the aftercare. Wondering how long does it take for the uterus to heal after myomectomy? It needs at least 4 to 6 weeks after the myomectomy procedure to fully recover. Let's get into more detail about this.

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