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Men's Health; Prevention; Women's Health; Your Pregnancy Matters

'The pill' for guys: Male birth control option passes safety tests

A male birth control pill has moved one step closer to reality, but will men actually take a daily oral contraceptive?

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.

Pediatrics; Prevention; Women's Health

Heavy periods aren’t normal in teens – and might indicate a serious concern

Heavy periods in teen girls are often brushed off as a normal part of adolescence. But it’s not normal, and it can indicate a more serious condition. Discover how the Young Women’s Blood Disorders Program offers proper diagnosis and treatment to prevent long-term complications.

Women's Health

Heavy periods and pelvic pain aren't 'normal' – uterine fibroids might be to blame

Too many women accept uterine fibroid symptoms such as heavy periods, abdominal bulkiness, and pelvic pain as normal. But they don’t have to! Learn about treatment options from medication to surgery in this week’s MedBlog. Read more.

"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.

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