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Is it foolish to be unhappy with a side effect if my medication helps improve life in other ways?
If we have to live inside these strange, goopy sacks of flesh we may as well take some of the mystery out of it.
There is a difference between "good" and "bad" healthcare.
Pre-Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder is still misunderstood by many, including doctors.
"Finding a doctor you like is a lot like dating: you have to match each other and work out what style you like."
Burnout can feel like the world is collapsing – so why do so many of us fail to recognise it?
Access to The Pill has remained the same for years, and there's plenty of medical bureaucracy doing its part.
I pushed my pregnant body to yoga every day. I left with more than stretched limbs and a clear mind.
For the first time in close to a decade, I know that my pain is real.
"For such a common medication, the pill genuinely saved my life."
The unfortunate reality is that decent doctors can be hard to find, and people often settle for what's available.
How can I make the rest of the world always aware of how I'm feeling?
"I was faced with a cycle that I couldn’t predict, shifting between periods that lasted for 30 days straight to not menstruating at all for six months at a time."
I had to teach my body that penetration was possible - and that it could even be pleasurable.
It’s clear we still have a lot of work to do on what “being a woman” really means.
After my dad passed away five years ago, I didn’t shy away from the dating scene.