A Guide to Testosterone

Testosterone is a vital sex hormone produced by the human body. For men, it’s a primary sex hormone produced in the testicles. However, women’s ovaries and adrenal glands also produce trace amounts of testosterone.

5 Foods To Avoid with PCOS (and 3 to Incorporate Into Your Diet)

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is an extremely common health condition affecting one in ten women worldwide. It is caused by an imbalance of hormones that affects a person’s menstrual cycle and weight.

What is Morning Wood?

While it’s possible that overnight erections come from a particularly exciting dream, morning erections are more commonly caused by hormonal changes during the sleep cycle.

Do Irregular Periods Indicate PCOS?

It’s important to understand whether irregular periods are due lifestyle factors or if you may have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.

Estrogen Levels: What You Need to Know

Estrogen is an important female hormone that contributes to our monthly cycle and pregnancy – but what happens if you have too much or too little?

Which Birth Control Is Right For You?

Over the past several decades, birth control has advanced dramatically. There are now more options than ever for women to choose from when deciding which birth control option is best for their specific needs.

Should I Freeze My Eggs?

While it sound like some crazy futuristic science, it is possible to have your eggs frozen. But what does that mean, and is it right for me?

What is Morning Wood?

What is Morning Wood?

While it’s possible that overnight erections come from a particularly exciting dream, morning erections are more commonly caused by hormonal changes during the sleep cycle.

Which Birth Control Is Right For You?

Which Birth Control Is Right For You?

Over the past several decades, birth control has advanced dramatically. There are now more options than ever for women to choose from when deciding which birth control option is best for their specific needs.

Should I Freeze My Eggs?

Should I Freeze My Eggs?

While it sound like some crazy futuristic science, it is possible to have your eggs frozen. But what does that mean, and is it right for me?