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Women's Health Archive
Is a common pain reliever safe during pregnancy?
A recent statement from a group of doctors and scientists raised concerns around taking acetaminophen during pregnancy, but research backing this is based on observational studies and animal studies, so that no firm conclusions can be drawn from it. Here's what to consider if you're pregnant.
Laser therapy can counter vaginal symptoms of menopause
Why try for a vaginal birth after a cesarean?
In the US, nearly a third of babies born arrive by cesarean delivery, and once a person has had a cesarean birth, the odds increase that any subsequent babies will be delivered the same way. Why is trying for a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) helpful and how has a calculator intended to predict the likelihood of successful outcomes changed to help discourage health disparities?
Early menopause linked to higher risk of stroke
A different nonhormonal birth control option
Last year the FDA approved a hormone-free birth control option called Phexxi. It’s a contraceptive gel that changes the pH of the vagina to help immobilize sperm, rather than a spermicide. How effective is it, what are the possible side effects, and which other available birth control options could you consider?
Air pollution: How to reduce harm to your health
Some air pollution levels have inched up in recent years, and accumulating evidence suggests that higher levels of particulates in the air are linked with increased levels of hospitalization for many serious health problems. But we can make choices to help both the environment and our health.
Migraines linked to high blood pressure after menopause
Can you recommend strategies to help me manage my posterior vaginal prolapse?
Reducing heart risks in the wake of breast cancer treatment
Pregnancy problems may foretell future heart disease
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