Vaginal Wet Mount
A vaginal wet mount (sometimes called a vaginal smear) is a test to determine the cause of vaginitis, or inflammation of the vagina and the area around the vagina (vulva).
Fibrocystic Breast Changes
Some women have fibrocystic breast changes, which cause lumpiness in the breasts. WebMD explains their causes, symptoms, and treatment.
WebMD discusses Hashimoto's thyroiditis and its symptoms, causes, and treatments.
Hormone Replacement Therapy: Pros and Cons
WebMD explains the pros and cons of using hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
Breast and Nipple Discharge: What It Could Mean
WebMD explains breast and nipple discharge and what it might indicate. Know what to look for and learn about the possible reasons for discharge.
Your Guide to Menstrual Cramps
WebMD explains menstrual cramps, which can simply be a tightening of the muscles of the uterus or a symptom of a disorder of the reproductive organs.
Your Guide to Premenstrual Syndrome, or PMS
What is PMS? Learn more from WebMD about the symptoms, causes, and treatments for premenstrual syndrome.
Estimating Your Due Date
When will baby arrive? WebMD tells you how to calculate your due date and why it's important for your health provider to know.
If you're a woman and you have a lot of hair growing in places where it normally does just for men, like your upper lip, chin, chest, stomach, or back, that’s a condition called hirsutism.
The Pelvic Exam
A pelvic exam is a way for doctors to look for signs of illness in a woman's body. Learn what to expect.