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There are many types of contraception available, including pills, condoms and long acting versions such as IUDs and implants.
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 GP Dr Alison Palmer shares symptoms and treatments about Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder.
Dr Emma Rees answers the most common PCOS related question; Is there a cure for PCOS?
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 shares the 6 possible reasons your period might be late.
Femma GP Dr Sophie Genoni debunks 6 common acne myths.
Femma GP Dr Sophie Genoni shares everything you need to know about oestrogen and progesterone.
Femma GP Dr Sophie Genoni shares 6 things you can do to avoid getting UTIs.
Femma GP Dr Alison Palmer talks about common STI’s including what to look for and how to treat.
Femma GP Dr Sophie Genoni discusses everything you need to know before your preconception check up and genetic screening.
Femma GP Dr Sophie Genoni discusses the effect of different contraceptives on mood.
Contraceptives are designed to prevent pregnancy. They work by stopping the male sperm from reaching the female’s egg.
Periods are a normal part of growing up for girls. The body starts to go through a number of changes including breast development, pubic hair growth and periods between the age of 8 and 15.
Periods with abnormally heavy or prolonged bleeding.
Many women experience an ache in the lower abdomen, back and tops of their legs, especially in the first few days of their period.
These are conditions which are due to problems with the building blocks of our cells and can be inherited through our families