Pain is the main symptom of endometriosis, but it doesn't just confine itself to your period — sex, too, can be painful. What steps can you take toward enjoying the sex you deserve?
The cause of endometriosis hasn't been confirmed with certainty yet, but we do have access to a clear overview of risk factors. What are they?
Vaginal discharge is a common occurrence in the female population but when the discharge starts to have a foul-smelling odor, it can become quite embarrassing for a woman. Make sure you do not delay your visit to the gynecologist.
Choosing a fertility clinic for self-funding IVF is notoriously stressful, not to mention a tad confusing! SteadyHealth reviews five East England fertility clinics to help you decide which can best meet your personal needs.
If you're not pregnant or on birth control but your periods have stopped, you have legitimate reason to be concerned. You'll need medical attention, but once you're diagnosed, here are some of the things your doctor may suggest to kick start your periods.
Bloating and pain after sexual intercourse are not normal, and warrant medical attention. What could be causing these symptoms besides pregnancy?
Is the one-day Tioconazole treatment offered by the popular yeast infection medication brand Monistat too strong? SteadyHealth readers asked — and we address your concerns.
What are the differences between the morning-after pill and the abortion pill? An easier question would be to ask what they have in common, as they serve wildly different purposes. Let's examine that!
What changes do the vagina and vulva go through from birth to death?
What is "squirting", or female ejaculation, really? Where does it come from, from the G-spot or some other place? And can you learn to do it?