Endometriosis & PCOS: Can You Have Both and How to Deal with It

Endometriosis & PCOS: Can You Have Both and How to Deal with It

Roughly the same number of women have endometriosis as PCOS with 1 in 10 women having each condition respectively. While most women may be diagnosed with just one of the disorders, it’s possible to be diagnosed with both. Because both conditions affect fertility, studies suggest that having both can make it even more difficult to conceive.

Endometriosis and Ovulation Pain: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

Endometriosis and Ovulation Pain: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

1 out of every 5 women experiences ovulation pain. Most of the time, ovulation pain isn’t something to worry about — but sometimes, ovulation pain can be a sign of an underlying medical condition. One medical condition that can cause ovulation pain is endometriosis. Endometriosis ovulation pain can spread to the leg or thigh and may be more severe than “ordinary” ovulation pain.

Irregular Periods: How to Get Pregnant Quickly and On Schedule

Irregular Periods: How to Get Pregnant Quickly and On Schedule

Are you worried that irregular periods could hurt your chances of getting pregnant? Since so many women have irregular periods — 14% of women between the ages of 19 and 54, to be exact — this is a common concern. However, many women with irregular cycles go on to have healthy pregnancies despite an irregular period.

7 Methods to Balance Your Hormones Naturally

7 Methods to Balance Your Hormones Naturally

You’ve probably heard of hormone imbalance. Hormones are delicate and interdependent, and their equilibrium is so easy to damage. Especially when you’re eating the wrong food, getting poor sleep, stressing out, basically doing all the things an average human being does.

Signs of PCOS You Need to Know

Signs of PCOS You Need to Know

You might have heard about PCOS lately, but do you know that 1 out of 10 women actually has it nowadays? Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition, caused by hormonal imbalance. Let’s look closer at one of the most widespread causes of infertility.

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