Why are Girls Getting Their Period Earlier?
Thank heaven for little girls, but what happens when childhood gets cut short with early puberty? More and more girls are putting down dolls to pick out bras and stock their cupboards with tampons as the age of onset puberty continues to fall. The average age of a girl’s first period in the United […]Read More
Genital Warts: Everything a Doctor Wants you to Know
You could have genital warts and not even know it. Genital warts can take months or even years to manifest and in some cases only develop inside of your body. Learn how to minimize your risk. Each year nearly 20 million Americans will get a sexually transmitted infection. Before HPV vaccines, about 350,000 women […]Read More
I’ve Had My Period For 30 Days, What Should I Do?
Your monthly period may be your least favorite week of the month-but what does it mean if it lasts 30 days? Periods can be a source of discomfort and stress for women, especially if it seems never ending. If your period lasts longer than five to seven days, you may be freaking out. If your […]Read More
Advice From a Doctor: Living with HPV
Living with HPV: Being diagnosed with HPV does not mean you cannot live a normal life. Let our doctors guide your next steps. If you have been diagnosed with the human papillomavirus (HPV), know that you are not alone. In fact, approximately 14 million cases of HPV are diagnosed in the U.S. each year. […]Read More
Does Vagisil Cure Yeast infections?
Vagisil: does this medication treat the symptoms and the cause of yeast infections? Yeast infections are a common complaint among females. In fact, approximately 75% of women will have a yeast infection at some point in their lives. Yeast infections are the second most common vaginal infection. The symptoms that accompany a yeast infection are […]Read More
I Tried Your Doctors Online and Found Out I was Pregnant!
Fertility concerns led this author to the Your Doctors Online app where she discovered she was pregnant. By: Jenn Kong So I had been trying to conceive (TTC) over the last few months. And like most, I would stay up all night on my phone, deep diving through Google and reading forums and blogs […]Read More
Preventing HPV and Cervical Cancer in Women
Are you up to date on pap smears? A pap smear is a test that screens for cervical cancer. Pap smears, education and HPV vaccination are key to lowering your risk of developing cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is the fourth most frequent cancer diagnosed in women worldwide. Cervical cancer is the second most common […]Read More
5 Exercises to do in Pregnancy that Will Help with Labor
Labor is physically demanding. Training with our 5 exercises can help prepare your body. Everyone knows there is a reason they call it labor. If it were easy it would be called something else. Yet many expecting mothers go into childbirth without any physical training. Just as you prepare your home for your new […]Read More
5 Tips to Avoid Your Next UTI
Avoid a painful UTI with our guide to preventing the infection before it starts. Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) can be annoying, painful and in some cases, serious. Unfortunately women are especially prone to these below the belt infections because of their anatomy. UTIs are the most frequent bacterial infections in women accounting for nearly 25% […]Read More
Advice from a Doctor: Vital Pre-Pregnancy Health Checks Aspiring Moms-To-Be Need
Are you thinking of having a baby? This is the start to an exciting, frightening, and wonderful journey into parenthood. You are about to undertake a truly life changing step for both your lifestyle and your body. Pregnancy will ask a lot of your body. Preparing your body for 40 weeks of hard work will […]Read More