Your Reproductive Health Checklist

It is no surprise that women have unique health needs, and they change throughout their lives as their bodies adapt to puberty, menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause. As a woman, how can you stay healthy and protect your reproductive health? And why is it important? Read on to find out and discover your reproductive health checklist.…


Take Control of Your Health With an STI Screening

Would it surprise you to hear that you can have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) and not realize it? Many STIs don’t have symptoms, so most people who have an STI do not have a clue, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This news can be frightening to hear, but knowledge…


Whose Choice Is It for an Abortion?

When you discover you are unexpectedly pregnant, it may seem like a no-brainer that you are the one who gets to choose whether you opt for an abortion or not. However, once you start telling your partner, parents, or friends that you are pregnant, you could discover that everyone has an opinion about what you…


When To Take the Morning-After Pill and When Not To

You have heard about the morning-after pill, but you feel that you need more information before you consider taking it. How does the morning-after pill work? Is it different from the abortion pill? What are the possible side effects? How do I know when to take the morning-after pill and when not to? These are…


Can Chlamydia and Other STIs Make You Miss Your Period?

Most women miss their periods due to pregnancy; however, other underlying health conditions can also cause menstrual irregularities. If you have missed your period, but you know you are not pregnant, you might wonder if a sexually transmitted infection (STI) could be the cause. The most common STIs do not typically cause noticeable symptoms. Because…