Infertility is common, and in many cases — treatable. Reproductive endocrinologist Amanda Adeleye, MD, explains signs and symptoms that may mean it's time to talk with a fertility specialist.
Preeclampsia, a leading cause of maternal and infant illness, can develop before and after delivery and can affect the mother's health later in life. Detecting this pregnancy complication early is vital for the health of the baby and the mother.
There's a 30-second pelvic floor exercise that can improve incontinence and possibly sex. Learn more about kegel exercises for women and men.