PMS and pregnancy have similar symptoms, such as breast tenderness, cramps, mood swings, and food cravings.
Uterine fibroids can cause side effects such as bleeding and may prevent pregnancy. Treatment can help improve the chances of conception.
Symptoms of menopause can be treated with medication or home remedies. An OB/GYN can help manage symptoms and perform other screening tests.
Menopausal women are prone to osteoporosis. Vitamin D and calcium, exercise, limiting caffeine and alcohol, and quitting smoking may help.
Perimenopause is when the body starts transitioning to menopause.
Uterine prolapse is when the uterus protrudes into the vagina, causing a woman to feel heaviness in the pelvic area.
Ovarian cysts are normal during a woman's cycle. However, if the ovarian cyst ruptures and causes severe pelvic pain, contact the doctor.
Dysmenorrhea can be very uncomfortable, but not everyone wants to use medication to manage the condition. These natural remedies can help.
Vaginismus is the body’s reaction to vaginal penetration. This condition can be treated with medication, physical therapy, and counseling.
Endometriosis causes pelvic pain and abnormal menses. A hysterectomy can treat this condition in women who do not desire future pregnancies.