COVID-19 Could Cause Male Infertility and Sexual Dysfunction – but Vaccines Do Not

New research has found that some men who have had COVID-19 might experience unwanted sexual side effects

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Contraception Is Free to Women, Except When It’s Not

Despite the ACA's guarantees of free contraception coverage, obtaining the right product at no cost can be onerous

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Clinically Speaking: Talking to Patients About Uterine Fibroids

This guide can help healthcare providers communicate better with patients about their uterine fibroid diagnosis and treatment options

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Clinically Speaking: What Are My Options Following a Uterine Fibroid Diagnosis?

Find out what medical treatments are available for uterine fibroids

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Clinically Speaking: What to Ask Your Healthcare Provider If You Think You Have Uterine Fibroids

If you think you're experiencing symptoms of fibroids, these questions can help you figure it out

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Abortion Opponents Are Chipping Away at Reproductive Rights — One State at a Time

From administrative impediments to all-out bans, here's how several states are undercutting Roe v. Wade in 2021

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Clinically Speaking: Questions to Ask Your Healthcare Provider About Periods

If you're unsure how to talk to your healthcare provider about your period, these questions can help guide you

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‘Cheating’s OK for Me, but Not for Thee’ – Inside the Messy Psychology of Sexual Double Standards

Each side is just as likely to play mental gymnastics when it comes to justifying their bad behavior

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Yes, You Do Need Sex at Every Age

As women age, how does sexual health change? And how do we feel about those changes?

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How Inflammatory Bowel Disease Affects Relationships, Sexual Health and Fertility

Navigating the world of dating and relationships can be especially daunting for women with IBD

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Domestic Violence Calls for Help Increased During the Pandemic – but the Answers Haven’t Gotten Any Easier

Doctors call the surge in intimate partner violence "a pandemic within a pandemic"

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