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Endometriosis affects 1 in 9 Australian women, and on average takes 7 years to diagnose. Reliable information, community, and a multidisciplinary approach are key in managing this condition.
Get to know the pelvic floor, and why pelvic floor health is important, with Dr Emma Rees and women’s health physiotherapist Erin Reardon.
It’s now easier than ever to get your contraceptive pill script renewed online, but what should you expect from this process?
Thrush is a common and sometimes recurrent vaginal condition. Here are common symptoms and treatments of thrush.
Femma founder, CEO and GP Dr Emma Rees discusses the history of ovarian cancer.
Femma pharmacist Sam discusses 3 supplements that may help PMDD related symptoms.
Femma GP Dr Sophie Genoni debunks 6 common acne myths.
Some tips and tricks on managing debilitating pelvic pain + severe period pain as a result of endometriosis.
Like most, my endometriosis diagnosis took several years, a misdiagnosis and medical gaslighting before it was formalised.
As an athlete living with endometriosis, here is what helped me manage my condition whilst training and competing.
Long regarded as a physiological condition, endometriosis is now being seen as the psychological burden that it really is.