Birth control pills (also called oral contraceptive pills or the “Pill”) are a type of female hormonal birth control method. Teens take the birth control pill for a variety of […]Read more »
What is TrikaftaTM? Trikafta is a “triple-combination therapy” made of three different modulator drugs- tezacaftor, ivacaftor, and elexacaftor. Modulators work by helping to fix defective CFTR protein. Trikafta may be […]Read more »
Whether or not you have CF, there is a lot to consider when you are deciding to have children. As someone with CF, you will need to think about your […]Read more »
It’s important to understand that young and adult women with PCOS have a normal uterus (womb) and healthy eggs. Many women with PCOS have trouble getting pregnant but some have […]Read more »
Lately I have been thinking I should get my first pelvic exam, but when and where do I do this? Will I get checked for STIs and whether I can have children in the future?Updated 7 May 2015 under Ask Us.
Most health care providers agree that a woman should have her first pelvic exam whenever she has a symptom such as abnormal bleeding, discharge or pain, or when she turns […]Read more »
Today, more and more girls are living healthy lives after having cancer. As a cancer survivor, you may have some special concerns about your menstrual periods, fertility, and sexual relationships. […]Read more »