Recent Women’s Health Commentary

January 17, 2014

Surrogate Pregnancy: Medications and You

About a year ago, I volunteered to be a surrogate for my friend who is dealing with infertility. When I volunteered for this I had no idea just how involved things would get, all I knew about infertility would fill less than a page. I mistakenly thought the process would be rather simple, all I […]

January 15, 2014

Minimize Lupus Flare Ups By Following These Useful Tips

When living with lupus taking good care of yourself is important for a variety of reasons. By living a healthy lifestyle, you will improve your quality of life, but you will also help minimize the number of flare, as well as the severity of them. Here are some useful tips that you can follow to […]

August 3, 2013

Everything You Need To Know About Pica

When we hear the term eating disorder our first thoughts often go to anorexia and bulimia, which are the two most talked about eating disorders. However, eating disorders go much deeper than that. One of the least talked about eating disorders is pica, which is the craving and eating of non-food items. While most pica […]

July 23, 2013

12 Signs of The Silent Killer – Ovarian Cancer (InfoGraphic)

Known as the silent killer, Ovarian Cancer is one of the talked about cancers — yet it is the fifth most common cancer in women.  Many don’t realize that there are warning signs to watch for, which could be easily disregarded or mistaken as something else.  These aren’t symptoms, but if you frequently experience any […]

July 22, 2013

Could It Be Possible That Men Caused Menopause?

For years now when women need to pass the blame for something it has been easy to lay that blame at men’s feet. Perhaps women feel it is easier to blame men for a variety of things because of the way our society is, although it is slowly starting to change. For centuries our society […]

May 31, 2013

Study Shows Morbidly Obese Women Are At A Lower Risk For Endometriosis

Everywhere you look know a days you hear about how bad it is to be overweight. Some states are even trying to pass and enforce laws that limit things that are most likely to lead to obesity, such as soft drinks. Health care professionals are constantly urging their obese patients to lose weight in order […]

May 10, 2013

What You Need To Look For When Picking A Surrogate Mother

Some women dealing with infertility discover that for some reason they cannot carry a child to term, so they must use another woman. Several women often select a close friend or family member for this job because of how important it is, but some woman find that they feel more comfortable using a total stranger. […]

Some Women Find That Making Lifestyle Changes Can Help Them Avoid PMS

If you are one of several women, who are under the impression that PMS is something that has to be dealt with each month the good news is you might be wrong. A theory has been around for quite some time that suggests making certain lifestyle changes can help women avoid the monthly symptoms of […]

Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome Is A Serious Risk For Women Undergoing IVF

Majority of women who are getting ready to undergo IVF treatments or are currently undergoing these treatments are aware of all the risk factors, including ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. OHSS, as it is often referred to, is a very serious complication that can affect any women undergoing fertility treatments and is therefore, usually discussed during the […]

April 18, 2013

Exercise Is Important For Women With Osteoporosis

While exercise is important in everyone’s life, women with osteoporosis really need to make it a priority. If you are already suffering from osteoporosis you are already well aware just how inconvenient it is, it seems that you always have to be careful so that you don’t break any bones due to the bone loss […]