Vaginal atrophy is a common problem, but it can be embarrassing to talk about. If you suffer from dryness, pain with sex, urinary incontinence, and more, find out how MonaLisa Touch® laser therapy could relieve your symptoms.
A high-risk pregnancy develops when your health or your baby’s is compromised before or during birth. Certain factors increase the likelihood that you’ll have a high-risk pregnancy. Get tips for preventing and managing a high-risk pregnancy here.
Urinary incontinence is a common medical problem, but many women are embarrassed to talk about it. But realize this: Urinary incontinence is treatable. MonaLisa Touch® stimulates tissue regeneration to minimize symptoms and enhance confidence.
One of the regular wellness tests women should get regularly is the Pap smear, checking the health of your cervical cells. When you get a Pap smear, your results come back as normal or abnormal. If you get an abnormal result, there's no reason to panic!
Everyone knows about the typical symptoms of menopause: hot flashes, difficulty sleeping, and weight gain. But some women experience a more intimate symptom — painful sex. Learn how a gentle laser treatment can restore your sex life after menopause.
Are your periods so heavy that you've noticed serious side effects, such as anemic symptoms, problems living your day-to-day life, or a need to change your sanitary protection every hour or more? Endometrial ablation might be able to help.
When we think about women going through menopause, what typically comes to mind are the physical changes, but many of the effects can be emotional and mental as well. Find out about these changes and how to treat them.
There’s finally a hormone-free solution to vaginal atrophy. Learn more about MonaLisa Touch®, a promising laser treatment for women who want to address unpleasant symptoms of vaginal atrophy and enjoy pain-free sex with their partners again.
Cord Blood Awareness Month raises awareness about the medical value of stem cells
in a baby’s umbilical cord blood, umbilical cord tissue, and placenta. Parents can bank
these cells privately for use by their own family or donate them to public banks for t
Having a high-risk pregnancy doesn’t mean that you can’t deliver a healthy baby. It does mean you need extra care and should take extra precautions. Here are seven things you need to know about high-risk pregnancy.
Discussing vaginal dryness and itching, urinary incontinence, and painful intercourse may be awkward. But know these are common issues and there’s a simple, hormone-free solution: MonaLisa Touch® laser therapy. Read on to learn all about it.
Hear the word “midwife,” and you might picture a woman delivering a squalling infant in a cabin on the prairie (probably in a snowstorm), or perhaps in a humble London flat (if you’re a fan of PBS’s Call the Midwife).