If your patients have sudden and unexpected urges to urinate, then you may want to talk with them about overactive bladder, or OAB.
If you think you may have a vaginal infection, take note of these signs of bacterial vaginosis
If you're having trouble getting pregnant, you may want to find out more about some of the most common causes of infertility in women.
Explore all of your bacterial vaginosis treatment options and learn how to get rid of BV.
Most itchy bumps near the vagina area aren't serious, but they may worsen if not treated. See your health care provider if you experience itchy bumps "down there."
Kidney stones are being diagnosed more often, especially in women, possibly because of better diagnostic tools.
Uterine fibroids are noncancerous growths made of smooth muscle cells and fibrous connective tissue that grow in or on the uterus. Many women get them, but the causes aren't clear.
Opioids such as heroin and fentanyl, continue to harm women and families. Women are at greater risk for OUD because of biologic differences, and women also have higher rates of chronic pain.
The surgical mesh is typically used to repair pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and incontinence, but reported side effects have included permanent incontinence, severe discomfort and an inability to have sex.
Stress urinary incontinence is common and yet often goes undiagnosed and untreated. If you leak urine when you laugh or cough or sneeze, talk to your health care professional.
A bruised cervix occurs when your cervix becomes sensitive and tender as a result of vigorous sex. It is a rare condition and generally doesn't require treatment.
Young women are far less likely now to get an annual pelvic exam than they were in decades past.
Pelvic venous flow disorder—sometimes described as vaginal varicose veins—is underdiagnosed, and the best treatment available often isn't covered. More awareness could help.
We women are all rushed and we all sometimes forget, but it's important to remember to exercise your pelvic floor muscles as often and consistently as possible.
Urinary leaks are embarrassing and inconvenient at any age, but especially for young women participating in sports. These tips can help women strengthen their pelvic muscles and reduce leakage.
Vaginal dryness can happen at any age but is common during or after menopause as estrogen levels decline. Learn more about its symptoms and causes and what you can do to minimize it.
If you're having a hard time going to the bathroom, you may be suffering from constipation. And you're not alone. Here are some tips to help you go more regularly.
Women will talk about almost anything but often are embarrassed to talk about loss of bowel control. Talking about urinary and fecal leakage can help more women get early diagnosis for pelvic organ prolapse, or POP.
It can be easy to allow the sound or feel of water to trigger the urge to urinate, but it's not a healthy habit and can even lead to urinary incontinence.
Endometriosis is a chronic and painful disease affecting an estimated 1 in 10 women.
Details about endometriosis symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.