Everything about cervical cancer
Cervical cancer, what exactly is it? What are the symptoms and the treatment options? We’ve summed it up for you.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): what is it & what can you do about it?
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, also known as PTSD, might ring a bell for you. But what is it, and what causes it?
Do contraceptives work differently for people with ADHD?
Does the pill work differently in people who suffer from ADHD or ADD? We figured it out for you.
Complex PTSD (CPTSD): what is it and what can you do about it?
Most of us will have heard of PTSD, also known as post-traumatic stress disorder. Dealing with that is already tough enough, but did you know that there is a more severe form of PTSD?
How do you eat yourself back into shape after giving birth? 8 nutrition tips to help you feel good as a new mom!
A pregnancy, birth, and postpartum period take a toll on any mom. What can you do to feel good again as quickly as possible?
What does a normal vulva look like?
Whether your labia are long, short, dark, or light, everyone has their own unique vulva and that makes your punani,vajayjay or cooch one of a kind!
Greasy hair? Blame it on the hormones!
Greasy hair is annoying. Why is it always extra greasy right before or during your period?
Susan Oostdam had cervical cancer and made “De Tumor Tapes”
Susan is 31 years old and still has her entire life in front of her when she is told that she has cervical cancer. Read her story about her fight with this awful disease here.
Exercise as a boost to your immune system
The new year often comes with new resolutions. More exercise is almost always at the top of the list. We already knew that exercise is good for your mental health and your weight. But did you know that it also has a positive effect on your immune system?
Menopause, let’s talk about the taboo
The perimenopause. It’s the elephant in the room no one ever dares to talk about, but every woman has to go through it and it can last for more than 10 years
Linda (37) dealt with vulvar vestibulitis for years
A penis that just won’t fit and a ‘down under’ which always burns. Linda struggled with it for years: vulvar vestibulitis also known as provoked vulvodynia.
Skincare for hormonal acne, does it really work?
Pimples, spots, and blackheads during your period, ovulation or whenever in your cycle. It’s very common for people with a period. But how do we stop it? Does skincare for hormonal acne really work?
Cycle Seeding: are seeds the magic remedy for your hormones?
The idea behind Cycle Seeding is that you eat particular kinds of seeds, such as pumpkin seeds, flax seeds, and sesame seeds, during specific phases of your menstruation cycle. It’s an alternative way of influencing your hormones.