Yeast Infections: Common Causes
Three out of four women will have at least one yeast infection during their lives. WebMD tells you about the six most common causes.
Vaginal Itching, Burning, and Irritation
WebMD explains the causes and relief of vaginal itching, burning, and irritation.
Painful Ovulation (Mittelschmerz)
WebMD explains painful ovulation -- or ''mittelschmerz'' -- which causes pelvic and abdominal pain in some women in mid-cycle. Find out more, including treatment for it.
Yeast Infection Treatments: Over-the-Counter Vaginal Creams
Most diagnosed yeast infections can be treated with over-the-counter vaginal creams, tablets, and suppositories. WebMD explains how they work.
Pregnancy and Urinary Tract Infections
Pregnant women are more vulnerable to getting urinary tract infections. Learn more from WebMD about the causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of UTIs in pregnancy.
When to Call Your Doctor During Pregnancy
Not sure if you should be worried about a troubling symptom during pregnancy? WebMD helps you determine if and when you should call your doctor.
Healthy Eating for Weight Loss
Information on how a healthy diet can help you lose weight.
Yeast Infections: Should You Treat Yourself, or See a Doctor?
WebMD tells you when it's OK to treat your own yeast infection and when you should call the doctor.
Vaginal Discharge: What’s Abnormal?
WebMD explains vaginal discharge -- when it's normal and when it's not.
Yeast Infection Treatments: Prescription Drugs
You can treat some yeast infections yourself, but more persistent or chronic yeast infections may require a prescription from your health care provider. Learn more from WebMD about yeast infection medications.