Black women are equally, if not more, likely to experience infertility than white women - but they often cope with it in silence and isolation.
For some seriously questionable old-fashioned marital advice from 1861, take a look at one doctor's sex rules for couples.
Could a relatively obscure herpes virus be keeping you from getting a positive pregnancy test? A study has found that the little-known member of the human herpesvirus family -- HHV-6A -- infects the lining of ... Read more...
Little attention has been given to the sexual dynamics of couples as they navigate infertility and treatments like IVF.
During hysterectomies for non-cancerous conditions, the choice to remove Fallopian tubes while keeping the ovaries may help protect against ovarian cancer and preserve hormonal levels.
Could more frequent sex increase your chance of getting pregnant? Research shows the answer is yes - but not just in the way you might expect.
A 2015 study has reconfirmed: Birth control pills cause a small but significant increase in the risk of the most common type of stroke.
Having a hard time staying pregnant? If you're having recurrent miscarriages, the problem could be a question of timing.
The tale of a uterus and her owner, and two subsequent hysterectomy surgeries, as told through tech - Facebook, texts and pictures.
It's not always easy to classify a tumor as malignant or benign, as in the case of a "smooth muscle tumor of uncertain malignant potential" - or STUMP.
Find out here about the types of hysterectomy - surgery to remove the uterus - how they're done, and what to expect afterwards.
Is it time for you to have a pap smear? Here's some information about what the test is for, how it's done, and the possible results.
When uterine fibroids cause problems, like pain and bleeding, it's time to talk to a healthcare professional to consider treatment options.
Exactly how human embryos could get all of the nutrition they needed during the first 11 weeks of pregnancy has been a mystery - until now.
Researchers are closer to understanding risk factors associated with endometriosis - and one of them gives new meaning to the expression 'love hurts.'
What are uterine fibroids? They are common non-cancerous tumors that grow within the wall of the uterus, often found among women of reproductive age.
Women who received one of three treatments for uterine fibroids said their symptoms diminished and their quality of life significantly increased.
Women who are naturally able to have children later in life - such as having a pregnancy in mid-30s - might have exceptionally long life spans.
Researchers have identified a new therapeutic target in a particularly aggressive form of ovarian cancer, paving the way for a new treatment.
Fibroids may be considered benign tumors -- but that doesn't mean they're completely harmless.
Two new drug compounds appear to be effective in treating endometriosis, a disorder that, like MS, is driven by estrogen and inflammation.
Couples who use fertility awareness methods have sex just as often as couples who use other contraceptive methods - they just time it differently.
What is the best treatment option, other than hysterectomy, for uterine fibroids?