Why it’s important to get tested for STDs

22 Feb, 2021

According to CDC estimates, there are nearly 20 million new sexually transmitted disease infections every year. Almost half of those infections are in young people between the ages of 15 and 24. Most people aren’t aware they have an infection, and the consequences of not treating it can be severe—especially for women. If you are […]

A Man’s Viewpoint on Abortion

08 Feb, 2021

Can you imagine the feeling of being told that you don’t get a choice in whether or not your son or daughter gets to live? This can be how it feels from a man’s viewpoint on abortion. Being one of the major cornerstones of women’s health issues, abortion has become a common topic in the […]

True Choices for Birth Control

03 Feb, 2021

Through technological advances and fertility tracking apps, more women are becoming empowered to know their own biology, make better decisions about reproductive health and family planning.   Birth Control Choices In the mainstream medical community, most women are encouraged that the only means to prevent unplanned pregnancy is to use hormonal birth control methods such […]

Birth Control and Your Health

03 Feb, 2021

Hormonal Birth Control Link to Nutrition Studies since the 1970s have consistently shown that hormonal birth control is linked to nutritional deficiencies such as the essential vitamins C, B2, B6, iron, folate, vitamin E and the minerals magnesium, selenium and zinc. These vitamins and minerals aren’t just essential, deficiency leads to diseases of the gut, […]

Your Brain On Birth Control

03 Feb, 2021

Brain Health and Development Women’s menstruation plays a vital role in brain health. Naturally occurring hormones and healthy cycles contribute to healthy immune systems, bone health, heart and blood pressure regulation, and our brain health. The brain uses 20% of the body’s energy so healthy reproductive hormone production is necessary to promote positive effects on the brain. […]

Reproductive Health Makes You Mentally Fit

03 Feb, 2021

There is a powerful link between women’s reproductive awareness and mental health. Psychotherapists report that most women aren’t just struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship and career issues. They are also suffering from reproductive cycle-related issues and painful menstruation where they are only given the option for hormonal birth control or to continue to struggle with […]

Caring for the Abortion Pill Patient

17 Dec, 2020


Woman is considering becoming an abortion pill patient


The Abortion Pill Patient Statistics Chemical abortion accounted for 43% of all abortions in the United States in 2014. By 2030 chemical abortion is on trend to exceed surgical abortions in America. Sadly, with the onset of COVID-19, this benchmark could be passed well before 2030. Since its approval, the abortion pill has killed 3.7 […]

Order the Abortion Pill By Mail?

17 Dec, 2020


Girl is wondering if she can order the abortion pill by mail.


Abortion Pill During COVID-19 Telemedicine has become a new model for medicine during the COVID-19 pandemic with limited in-person clinics. A  woman can receive the abortion pill by mail after ordering online without a full medical assessment by a healthcare provider and ultrasound to confirm a healthy pregnancy that will continue. Furthermore, in most cases, […]

Bacterial Vaginosis: Slow the Spread!

23 Nov, 2020


Bacterial Vaginosis


Bacterial Vaginosis Incidence Why is bacterial vaginosis (BV) considered to be one of the most prevalent gynecological infections worldwide affecting 29.2% of women ages 14-49, yet roughly 50% of women worldwide and 84% of U.S. women diagnosed with BV report no symptoms? Perhaps, the problem might have become more prevalent because of the lack of […]

Is Bacterial Vaginosis An STD?

23 Nov, 2020


Bacterial Vaginosis


What is Bacterial Vaginosis? Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is simply the overgrowth of one of several bacteria in the vagina or pathogens introduced to the vagina. The prevalence of BV increases with having multiple sex partners, a new sex partner, douching, and unprotected sex practices. Women who have never been sexually active are rarely affected. BV […]