Endometriosis relief is already hard to come by. A common treatment may be causing patients more pain.

The latest finding highlights the need for more research into the condition, experts say

Patients are warned that IUDs can be ‘uncomfortable.’ But many say the pain is excruciating.

More than 130 people shared their IUD experiences with us

What’s it like to be immunocompromised while others go back to ‘normal’? These women told us.

‘I’ve been in a holding pattern,’ one woman said

Colorado will provide free birth control to undocumented people. It’s a rare way to expand access.

Only two other states have passed similar measures

How to support a friend dealing with infertility, from women who have been there

Many women going through infertility say they find it to be a lonely, isolating experience

Periods are ‘not gross’: How one student is working to eliminate the stigma around menstruation and poverty

Giving voice to Black menstruators is crucial, says 21-year-old Lena Vann

After outcry, nursing moms can bring their kids to the Olympics. But the rules still may hurt them, experts say.

Important considerations about how the policy will be enforced remain hazy

Surviving cancer meant she couldn’t have kids. Now, her twin is carrying her baby.

We talked to the 34-year-olds about what they’ve learned through it all

You’re vaccinated, but your friends aren’t. Now what?

There are several reasons young adults seem to be less inclined to get vaccines, experts say

Diets, weigh-ins and progress shots: One woman tried it all before she finally found body acceptance

‘Giving myself compassion has helped my overall well-being, physically and mentally’