What causes incontinence in women, and is it normal?
Learn the different types of incontinence and the underlying causes.
Being over 35 is considered “advanced maternal age” — but it doesn’t automatically mean you’re “high risk.”
Vanderbilt experts explain the pelvic floor physical therapy, how it can be beneficial and what to expect.
Female sexual dysfunction is fairly common, but there are treatments to address the problems.
For some people the idea of inviting a stranger to be there for one of…
It's possible to get pregnant again before your first period after giving birth. Details about safe contraception.
Vanderbilt Health is here to help if you or your loved one is feeling sick or has a minor injury. Dozens of locations throughout Middle Tennessee offer convenient hours — and can even bring a provider to you.
Two neurologists answer questions surrounding family planning, pregnancy, breastfeeding and more.
IUDs and implants are the most effective birth control types. How they work.
New research and forward-looking physicians are changing the future for those diagnosed with the most common female reproductive cancer.