When starting a new contraception, it’s important to follow a few simple rules for success and make sure everything’s working smoothly. Here’s what to know before starting your new method.
Living with fibroids can be tricky. The condition can go undiagnosed because they’re often presented as long, painful periods, which can be considered “normal.”
Secondary infertility is a silent struggle for many couples trying to conceive after already having one child. While primary infertility (people who can’t successfully conceive) is well-known, secondary infertility is just as common but often flies under the radar.
While it might seem unnecessary to go to the doctor before there’s any bun in the oven, getting a pre-pregnancy doctor’s check can do wonders for your pregnancy and your body.
If you’re not ready to have a child just yet, but want to make sure that you can one day, you might opt for egg freezing.