Thanks to candid questions, Brenda Marihugh learned that intimacy could be possible again.
After an extremely complicated pregnancy, Mallory Hoeve delivered a healthy baby girl. “We know how blessed we are,” she says.
After pelvic floor reconstruction, Berdeana Matthews is back to enjoying life.
A gynecologist shares solutions to the pain and discomfort of abnormal menstruation.
Chris Groenheide knew she couldn't dismiss an irregular cycle as the beginning stage of menopause. A series of tests led to a troubling diagnosis: cancer.
A prolapsed organ led a 68-year-old retiree to choose surgery. The outcome: She'll be back on the ski slopes this winter.
After conquering endometrial cancer, Glenna Veneberg wants other women to pay attention to their symptoms.
Women who undergo the procedure may develop greater risk factors for heart disease and other health issues—even if they keep their ovaries.
The bottom line? Hysterectomy isn't the only choice.
But recommendations for Pap smears have changed. Find out what you don't know that could save your life with this doctor Q&A.
Instead of a hysterectomy, some women might qualify for a less-invasive procedure that essentially starves fibroids.
With a strong family history and a dangerous gene mutation, Kelley Miller decided to fend off potential cancer with proactive surgeries.