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Info on pelvic exams, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, MRKH, cancer, premature ovarian insufficiency, and other gynecological and reproductive health issues.


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Cancer Survivors

Chronic Conditions

General Reproductive Health

Gynecological Issues

Hormonal Treatments for Common Problems

Medical Tests



Cancer SurvivorsBack to Top

Reproductive Questions and Answers for Cancer Survivors

Hormones and Ovaries

Premature Ovarian Failure (POF)

Fertility and Pregnancy

Fertility Treatments

Other Fertility Issues

Sexual Relationships After Cancer



Chronic ConditionsBack to Top

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Impact of Chronic Illness on College Planning


Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI)

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)



EndometriosisBack to Top

Endometriosis: A Guide for Teens

Endometriosis FAQ's

Hormonal Therapy Options

Continuous Hormone Pills

Continuous Hormone Pill FAQ's

Coping with Endo Pain

Managing Pain at School

Managing Pain, Activities, and Friendships

Pain and Symptom Tracker

Pain Mapping Worksheet

Endo, Nutrition, and Exercise

Endometriosis and College Planning

Glossary of Endo Terms

Additional Endo Resources

Endometriosis in Teens: A Guide for Friends, Siblings, and Significant Others

Endometriosis in Teens: A Guide for Parents and Guardians

Endometriosis Quiz



Polycystic Ovary SyndromeBack to Top

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS): A Guide for Teens

Oral Glucose Tolerance Test

My Period Trackers

PCOS and The Pill

PCOS, Insulin, and Metformin

Spironolactone and PCOS

My Medication List

PCOS Nutrition Guide

Top 10 PCOS Tips

The Nutrition Facts Label and PCOS

Nutrition Labels and Food Shopping Tips

PCOS-Friendly Food Suggestions

Healthy PCOS Snack Attack

Sample PCOS-Friendly Menus

PCOS-Friendly Recipes

PCOS Meal Assessment Worksheet

PCOS Fitness Plan Worksheet

The CYWH PCOS Resource Book

Additional PCOS Resources

PCOS Online Chat


Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) in Teens: A Guide for Parents and Guardians

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) in Teens: A Guide for School Nurses, Health Educators, and Others



SOPKBack to Top

Guide pratique sur le syndrome des ovaires polykystiques (SOPK) pour les adolescentes



Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI)Back to Top

Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI)



MRKHBack to Top

MRKH: A Guide for Teens


Treatment Options

Frequently Asked Questions

Instructions on the Use of Vaginal Dilators

MRKH: A Guide for Parents



General Reproductive HealthBack to Top

Menstrual Periods

Period Products


Types of Hymens

Your First Pelvic Exam



Gynecological IssuesBack to Top

Abnormal Pap Tests


Labial Hypertrophy

Lichen Sclerosis

Ovarian Cysts

Painful Periods (Dysmenorrhea)

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)



Hormonal Treatments for Common ProblemsBack to Top

Medical Uses of the Birth Control Pill



Medical TestsBack to Top


Pelvic Ultrasound






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