In explaining the rationale for approving female-libido drugs, the FDA often cites the “unmet medical need.” Yet researchers are fiercely divided over the question of just how many women lack libido and how best to help them.
Experts explain the safety, evidence and clinical trials
Women in their teens and early 20s now report drinking and getting drunk at higher rates than their male peers
Of all women’s cancers, ovarian cancer has the lowest survival rate
We’re still studying the long-term implications of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on populations
Worldwide study also found that 11% of babies contracted the novel coronavirus from their mothers.
Vaginismus can be mild, moderate or severe. The pain is often described as burning, cramping, or a tight feeling.
The findings suggest that extending screening for postpartum depressive symptoms for at least two years after childbirth may be beneficial.
In a 7-2 ruling in a case involving the Little Sisters of the Poor, the court said employers with a “religious or moral objection” to contraceptives should not be forced to insure women for those services.
The findings support categorizing pregnant patients as a higher risk group, particularly with obesity and chronic diseases like asthma and high blood pressure.
WA State Office of the Insurance Commissioner A state law that took effect Jan. 1, 2018, requires insurers to cover 12-month refills for prescription contraceptives, including the pill. They also must cover these prescriptions if they’re available at your doctor’s office.…
There’s some evidence non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, like ibuprofen, can reduce menstrual flow. But they shouldn’t be seen as a long-term solution.
Today, it’s not longer “can we,” but rather, “should we” edit human embryos destined to be born?
The point of ovulation to make the body ready for pregnancy, but if a woman is not having any sex, what’s the point of investing energy into ovulation?