Women's Health

Endometriosis  
Endometriosis
Discovering you've been diagnosed with a condition such as endometriosis can be frightening. But no woman has to face the challenge of this medical condition alone. Seven million women in the U.S. alone are diagnosed with endometriosis each year, and countless numbers have survived and thrived. TSC has scoured medical information and organizations online, and assembled links to the very best endometriosis resources. The following guide is designed to help you navigate your journey with the best information and resources. Start your Journey to Recovery
Menopause  
Menopause
Going through menopause is something every woman, if she lives long enough, will experience. Millions of women every year deal with this sensitive time in their lives, and with The Survivors Club guide, you can learn from the countless women who have experienced the same symptoms and can sympathize with your situation. TSC has scoured the Web to assemble links to the very best resources about menopause to help you make better decisions and overcome the challenges you're facing now. As you’ll see, we always welcome your ideas and suggestions to make this Menopause Guide even more helpful to survivors like you. Start Your Journey To Recovery
Infertility  
Infertility
According to the American Academy of Reproductive Medicine infertility is "a disease of the reproductive system that impairs one of the body's most basic functions: the conception of children." Usually a couple (or a woman) is defined as infertile after a year of unprotected sex that does not result in a pregnancy. Medical treatment for difficulty conceiving can range from your doctor simply advising you to increase sexual activity to monitoring a woman's fertility to taking prescription medication. If you or someone you love is experiencing infertility, this Survivors Club guide can help answer your questions. Start Your Journey to Recovery
Miscarriage  
Miscarriage
When a pregnant woman finds out she has had a miscarriage the news can be devastating. She may believe it was her fault and feel discouraged about future pregnancies. A miscarriage can have the same emotional impact as any death of a loved one. Miscarriages happen often. They are defined as "the spontaneous loss of a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy." Most miscarriages occur when the unborn baby has deadly genetic problems. If you or a loved one is dealing with a miscarriage, this Survivors Club guide can help. Start Your Journey to Recovery