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You deserve to live pain free

There are a number of reasons why women experience pain or discomfort “down there.” Some of the reasons are common and harmless, others are ways of your body trying to tell you that there is something bigger going on. If you are suffering from uterine, abdominal, or vaginal pain then click on the resources below for answers to your common questions.


Pain with periods can be associated with a number of things. It could be harmless cramping or a way of your body trying to tell you something else is going on…[read more]


Uterine fibroids are noncancerous growths inside the uterus that often appear during childbearing years. As many as 3 in 4 women will experience fibroids at some point in their life…[read more]


Itching or irritation anywhere on the body can cause discomfort, but it can be especially uncomfortable when it occurs “down there.” Most genital itching and irritation isn’t a major concern…[read more]


Certain ovarian cysts should be removed. Small ovarian cysts, and medium sized ovarian cysts in young women can often be monitored using ultrasound OR left alone. Many get smaller or go away on their own…[read more]

Pain Any Time

Chronic Pelvic Pain (CPP) is random in timing. CPP is Different from painful periods, or painful ovulation, or some monthly-type pain…[read more]


Endometriosis is a painful disorder in which tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus begins growing outside your uterus…[read more]

Vaginal Pain

Many women report pain in the vagina. It is typically “outside” pain, mainly located where the moist tissue of the vagina meets the dry skin right around the opening…[read more]

Pain with Sex

Pain during intercourse can cause problems in a couple’s sexual relationship. In addition to the physically painful sex, there is also the possibility of negative emotional effects. So the problem should be addressed as soon as it arises…[read more]