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These days, no matter where you are in your fertility journey, trying to conceive can be stressful. Even if you’re going for it the...

April 3, 2024

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This week, the topic of conversation at the Supreme Court was the “abortion pill” or mifepristone. Mifepristone is one of two pills that doctors...

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If you have endometriosis, you probably already know this, but according to the most recent research, 50 to 70% of people with endometriosis report...

Mara Santilli • Mar 25, 2024

If you have a vagina and you’ve had some form of sex, there’s a good chance you’ve had bacterial vaginosis at one point in...

Sarah duRivage-Jacobs • Mar 12, 2024

Going to the doctor for an annual physical is one of the many responsibilities that fall under the “adulting” umbrella. If you’re a woman...

Sarene Leeds • Feb 28, 2024

It’s safe to say that no one really looks forward to a Pap smear…maybe you even pay special attention to your period tracker beforehand...

Mara Santilli • Feb 25, 2024

A Pap smear — a screening test performed every three years by an OB/GYN during an annual wellness exam — is the best way...

Brighid Flynn • Feb 20, 2024

No one really wants to talk about sexually transmitted infections, especially if they’ve been affected by them, but it’s an important conversation to have...

Mara Santilli • Feb 20, 2024
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When you’re trying to conceive, the very act of intercourse can sometimes feel like a slog. The joy of sex sure can get lost...

Sarene Leeds • Feb 19, 2024

Yeast infections. They’re so common, yet they’re such a (literal) pain.  While most healthy vaginas have yeast, an infection can occur when too much...

Sarene Leeds • Feb 12, 2024

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