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5 Questions to Ask Your Gynecologist

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Your gynecologist is there to guide you—and to answer any questions you have, regardless of how embarrassing they may seem. Rest assured, your gynecologist has very likely heard them before.

Fight Brain Fog at Any Age

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While it's not an official medical condition, brain fog is very common. Fortunately, it's also very fixable. If you're dealing with persistent mental cloudiness, try these strategies for a clearer head—and a happier life.

Frequent Urination: What Could it Mean?

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Frequent urination is a common problem for women, especially those who've gone through childbirth. Here are some other potential causes, as well as ways to avoid this not-so-great feeling.

Build Your Own Natural First-Aid Kit

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Want to create your own first-aid kit at home to fight off digestive stress, heal cuts and scrapes, and feel better—naturally? Here are 12 natural solutions to keep on hand when illness or injury strikes.

Overcoming Estrogen Dominance

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Estrogen dominance occurs when estrogen doesn't get metabolized and eliminated properly through the bowels. When this happens, it gets reabsorbed into the body, leading to an imbalance.

Luckily, there are ways to reverse estrogen dominance naturally by removing excess estrogen from the body. Here are some quick tips.

How Pregnancy Changes Feminine Health

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While each pregnancy is different, there are some common things you can expect to happen to your body and your health during pregnancy. Here's what you can expect if you're expecting.

What is Urinary Incontinence?

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A leak here and here happens to us all, but when it happens a lot—or when it feels like a waterfall down there—it might be urinary incontinence (UI). It's a common occurrence in people of all ages, but it doesn't have to be.

What I Learned After 6 Months of Seed Cycling

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I tried seed cycling as a way to control my menstrual cycle and hormonal changes. This is what I learned after six months.