Female Genital Problems and Injuries - Topic Overview
Most women experience minor vaginal problems from time to time. These problems can be related to menstrual cycles, sex, infection, birth control methods, aging, medicines, or changes after pregnancy.
Abortion - Topic Overview
What is an abortion?Abortion is the premature ending of a pregnancy. A spontaneous abortion, or miscarriage, occurs when a natural cause ends a pregnancy. If you have had or may be having a miscarriage, see the topic Miscarriage. A therapeutic or induced abortion is one resulting from measures taken to intentionally end a pregnancy, using medications (medical abortion) or surgery. Surgical ...
Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
If you've just been diagnosed with pelvic inflammatory disease, you may want to ask your doctor these questions formulated by the experts at WebMD.
Dysuria (Painful Urination)
WebMD discusses common causes of dysuria, or painful urination.
Endometriosis and Fallopian Tube Problems
Endometriosis affects about 5.5 million women in North America and is one of the top three causes of infertility in women. WebMD looks at the diagnosis and treatment of this disease.
Surgical Menopause: Should You Take Estrogen After Your Hysterectomy?
Should you get hormone replacement therapy (HRT) after surgical menopause? WebMD explains the pros and cons of hormone therapy to help you make an informed decision.
Alternatives to Hysterectomy
If you have painful periods with excessive bleeding, fibroids, endometriosis, or another pelvic health problem, you should know that there are new alternatives to hysterectomy that you can consider. Learn more from WebMD.
Hysterectomy Recovery: What Can You Expect?
With minimally invasive procedures, hysterectomy recovery is much quicker today. Find out from WebMD what to expect.
How to Maintain Weight Loss: 5 Tips
Remember these tips for maintaining your hard-won weight loss.
Chronic Female Pelvic Pain - Treatment Overview
Treatment for chronic female pelvic pain can be approached in two ways: treating a known, specific cause of the pain or treating the pain itself as a medical condition.