It’s normal to have pain during your period, but if it’s severe it might point to other medical problems. Learn why we have period pain and about treatment for when it’s really painful.

Having some vaginal discharge is totally healthy and helps prevent infections. Learn about what makes discharge vary and when you may want to see a doctor.

What’s that noise that sounds like passing gas that can happen during sex (“queefing”)? 81% of women 18-32 say they’ve experienced it before but it’s rarely discussed publicly. Read more about how it works.

Ovarian cysts are very common, and 8% of premenopausal women develop large cysts that need treatment. Read more about causes, symptoms, and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.

Have you or your partner ever had trouble keeping an erection hard enough for sex? You’re not alone — 32% of young men said erectile issues were their main concern. Find out more about possible causes and solutions here.

~50% of women ages 18-33 say they experience discomfort during sex on a regular basis, but studies show only half tell their partner when it happens. Learn more here.

31% of women 18-32 have had more than 1 UTI before — super common but a real pain. Read about how to prevent them, how to tell the difference between UTIs and other infections, and how UTIs work.

Have serious pain during your periods or lower abdominal pain? You don’t have to “just deal with it!” 1 in 10 women experience endometriosis, one of the many causes of pelvic pain.

53% of women 18-32 have had at least one yeast infection before — super common but still annoying to deal with. Read about how to prevent them, what’s normal discharge vs. an infection, and how yeast infections work.