With an estimated one in ten women experiencing adenomyosis, this is a fairly common condition of the uterus that can lead to debilitating pain. While we don’t know why this happens, it’s important to understand this condition, its common misdiagnoses … Read More
While they’re both different types of “vaginitis” (or vaginal inflammation), bacterial vaginosis (BV) and yeast infections have very different causes, symptoms and treatments. While both can be treated without severe long-term effects, it’s important to know which of the two … Read More
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