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Attention women: Low sex drive? Testosterone won’t help

Lack of interest in sex can strain relationships. Dr. Carr explains why testosterone therapy for women is not a quick fix for low libido.

Women's Health

What’s going on with my uterus? 3 conditions related to pelvic pain and bleeding

Women sometimes ignore abnormal bleeding or pelvic pain because they think it’s just part of life. However, Kimberly Kho, M.D., says these symptoms can be signs of abnormal cell growth in the uterus. Discover three common conditions and available treatment options.

Women's Health

Abnormal bleeding: Why women should treat it, not tough it out

Abnormal bleeding can seriously affect a woman’s quality of life at any age. Unfortunately, many women think it’s normal and don’t seek medical care, or their doctors simply don’t listen. Discover treatment options that can improve a woman’s symptoms and quality of life.

Women's Health; Your Pregnancy Matters

Tips to prevent involuntary urine leakage (incontinence) during and after pregnancy

Urinary incontinence is common during and after pregnancy. In this week's Your Pregnancy Matters blog, get tips to prevent or reduce leaking issues.

"The treatments for different types of urinary incontinence are varied, so it’s important to make a distinction and ask patients the right questions about their symptoms. Their answers help us determine a diagnosis and formulate a treatment plan."

Cancer; Plastic Surgery; Women's Health

New breast reconstruction approach delivers efficiency, natural results for cancer patients

DIEP flap breast reconstruction uses your own tissue to provide a natural look and feel after cancer. See how UT Southwestern has reduced operating time by half to provide a better, more efficient patient experience.