Reproductive & Sexual Health

What You Should Know About Menopause

Menopause is when a woman’s body begins to naturally decrease its production of reproductive hormones, signaling the end of a woman’s fertile phase of life. She’s considered officially in menopause when she has not had her period for one year.

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How Your Body Works

Do You Have IBS?

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common digestive condition that affects more than 15% of the overall population in the United States. The problem is that it can be difficult to discern whether the symptoms you’re experiencing are signs of

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3 Surprising Conditions More Common to Women

For the most part, conditions that are harmful to women equally impact their male counterparts, exceptions being women-only ailments like cervical or ovarian cancers and Turner Syndrome. However, in recent years, clinicians have found over a dozen disorders and conditions

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Oohvie’s Tips to Staying Healthy in College

Many users in Oohvie’s community of women are college students like Sasha Pearson, Oohvie’s favorite cookie baker of Instagram. Like Sasha, they use Oohvie to track their menstrual cycle, ovulation, symptoms, and feelings, all automatically updated to their HealthLynked Patient Profile.

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Oohvie’s How-To Age Gracefully

Time catches up with all of us. We will all get older, our bodies will weaken, and that’s just part of being human. But there are steps we can all take to mitigate the symptoms of aging, actions that are

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