When Ginger found herself angry, stressed, and paranoid after the birth of her second daughter, she knew: Something wasn’t right.
How well do you know your own vagina? Alyssa Dweck, M.D., an obstetrician-gynecologist and author, addresses some of the most common worries women may have.
Women are far less likely than men to be diagnosed, even when suffering similar symptoms as men.
It’s normal for your vagina to have a smell. But if it becomes a daily discomfort, it could signal a problem.
No one wants to discover a lump or bump down there, but many causes are not serious and easily treated.
Now that you’re older, sex may no longer feel exciting. Try these 10 tips, from lubrication to communication, to make sex better than ever.
Since exhaustion, weight gain, and brain fog are symptoms of menopause and thyroid, it’s hard to know which it is.
A new study finds that hot flashes and their consequences are less severe for women at a healthy weight.
Lauren was only 14 when she first started experiencing pain “down there.” But doctor after doctor told her nothing was wrong. This is her story.
If you’ve never had an orgasm, rest assured that you’re not alone. Here’s what you need to know.