Female Health and Fertility

Women’s health can be a specialist topic, covering any conditions that affect a woman’s physical and emotional well-being, such as female cancers, gynaecological disorders, fertility, pregnancy and menopause. Taking care of your health and knowing what is normal for you and your body is the best way to stay healthy and notice any changes that may need further investigation. We have collated our articles and guides relating to female health and fertility below to aid you in understanding and managing your health.

What is Female Health and Fertility?

Women experience unique health issues and conditions predominantly relating to female cancers, gynaecological and breast problems. Data shows that women are more likely than men to visit a doctor but knowing what signs to watch for and when to see a doctor are key to early diagnosis and medical support.

Female fertility is a woman’s ability to fall pregnant and usually comes into question if you fail to fall pregnant within the first year of trying to conceive. Around 1 in 7 couples may have difficulty conceiving with many factors that can affect fertility, including ovulation problems, fibroids, endometriosis or side effects of other medications.

Types of conditions affecting Female Health and Fertility

Understanding what is happening in your body and where your health might need some further investigation or support allows you to make informed decisions and positive changes where needed. We’ve included below our guides and articles to support you in understanding the types of conditions that affect female health and fertility and how to manage them.

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