Itchy skin can be a surprising effect of menopause-related hormonal changes. Learn the natural secrets to relief.
Despite known dangers like increased risk for yeast infections and STDs, many women still douche. What to do instead for better vaginal health…
Probiotic supplements are widely recommended for digestive problems, but they promote vaginal health, too. Here’s why and how to use them…
Hormonal changes during perimenopause trigger a variety of symptoms—including depression, which is often overlooked. Details on new guidelines…
Nearly a third of all women suffering a heart attack are between 35 and 54 years old, and they often don’t get life-saving treatment.
In this edition of The Bottom Line Advocator, Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner talks to one of America’s foremost experts on HPV and its impact on women’s health, Shobha Krishnan, MD, about the virus and everything that comes with it.
Painful ovarian cysts don’t always require medication. Here are the natural therapies that provide relief…
Irregular periods and hot flashes don’t tell the whole story.
A chair that does your kegels for you could mean no more urinary leakage or incontinence pads.
PCOS can cause irregular periods, mood changes, headaches, increased facial hair, acne and more. This natural protocol works without medications.
Yes, the new drug Orilissa (elagolix) treats endometriosis pain—but it has serious side effects. Here’s how to reduce pain and inflammation naturally.
Hot flashes and night sweats are synonymous with menopause. What you need to know if your fertility ends earlier than normal…
In the last seven months, Alicia’s moods were out of control. Her physical and gynecological exam came out clean, but her hormone exam held the key.
Menopause + IBS brought surprising symptoms like muscle cramping, hand stiffness, sleep problems and fatigue. This natural approach resolved them all.
If you have endometriosis, knowing what subtype you have will help you assess your cancer risk.
Any bleeding after your periods have stopped should be taken seriously, but most causes aren’t life-threatening and can be treated.
Moodiness and migraines started early for 12-year-old Sylvia, plus her periods were irregular. Here’s the natural approach that helped her.
Is that annoying monthly pain coming on? DIY self-care is the answer, with no meds needed.
Don’t let fear keep you from a breast check. Here’s how to find the most accurate screening center.