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In light of a recent CDC study reporting that 42 percent of U.S. adults have HPV, we sat down with one of our medical directors, Dr. Keith Falter, to get the facts on this prevalent disease.
PCOS is a condition that includes a reproductive hormonal imbalance and metabolism problem that can be a common yet treatable cause of infertility. It affects 1 in 10 women of childbearing age. Even though PCOS can happen at any age once puberty starts, many women go undiagnosed until they start to encounter issues with getting pregnant.
In celebration of National Condom Week, we take a closer look at some non-hormonal birth control methods that may not be as widely known as the condom, but are just as easy to obtain and are worth getting to know!
While most commonly diagnosed in women in their 30s and 40s, research suggests that Endometriosis may be significantly underdiagnosed in younger women and adolescents. After symptoms first appear, many young women are often told that they are just experiencing normal period pain.
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