Category: Women’s Health Blog

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Embracing Sexual Health: A Guide for Women Over 50

As society evolves and conversations around sexuality become increasingly open, it’s crucial to shed light on the sexual behaviors of women aged 50 and older. Contrary to outdated stereotypes, sexuality doesn’t come with an expiry date. Research suggests that sexual activity among older adults is not only healthy but also quite common. However, alongside the […]

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Navigating the Latest Guidelines: Cervical Cancer Screening and HPV Vaccination

In the realm of women’s health, cervical cancer screening has long been a cornerstone of preventative care. Over the years, recommendations for screening frequency and methods have evolved as research has deepened our understanding of the disease and its underlying causes. In recent years, significant shifts have occurred in the guidelines surrounding cervical cancer screening, […]

Unleashing the Power of Nature for PMS Relief

Dealing with premenstrual syndrome (PMS) can be a challenging experience for many women. The physical and emotional symptoms that accompany PMS can disrupt daily life and cause discomfort. Fortunately, nature has provided us with a remarkable solution: Serenol. This natural supplement, formulated to target PMS symptoms, has gained popularity for its ability to offer relief […]

The Rise of STIs in Women

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are on the rise worldwide, and women bear a disproportionate burden of this trend. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), over one million sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are acquired every day, and women are twice as likely as men to become infected. The reasons for this disparity are complex, but […]

Vyleesi–the Latest in Women’s Libido

Vyleesi is a medication used to treat hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) in women. HSDD is a condition characterized by a lack of sexual desire, which can result in distress and interpersonal difficulties. Vyleesi was approved by the FDA in 2019 and has been hailed as a breakthrough in treating HSDD. Lets talk about the […]

Vaccination in Pregnancy Linked with Lower Risk of Positive Tests in Infants

We know pregnant women are at a higher risk of infection from COVID-19. As per our previous updates, we also know that vaccination during pregnancy does not increase the risk of fetal anomalies, neonatal hospitalizations, or infant demise. Some studies also showed that vaccination during pregnancy helped protect babies from serious illness and risk of […]

Advancements in the Diagnosis of Endometriosis

We frequently see women complaining of strong – sometimes extreme – pelvic pain during their periods, bowel discomfort, excessive and/or irregular bleeding, and infertility problems. They have gone to other doctors in the past, have had ultrasounds that ruled out any fibroids or cysts and still don’t have a diagnosis or a treatment. Many have […]

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NAMS Statement on US Supreme Court Decision

The Board of Trustees of The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) has reflected on the US Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe vs Wade and the sweeping range of emotions it has generated. The primary focus of NAMS is on late-reproductive and postreproductive female health, and we are and will always be health advocates for women. […]

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AMA: Ruling an egregious allowance of government intrusion into medicine

The following statement is attributable to: Jack Resneck, Jr. M.D. President, American Medical Association “The American Medical Association is deeply disturbed by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn nearly a half-century of precedent protecting patients’ right to critical reproductive health care—representing an egregious allowance of government intrusion into the medical examination room, a direct […]