In Nigeria, infertility is a big deal, because children are seen as gifts. Most often than not, women are blamed for infertility, and studies have shown that this has negative effects on the mental health of women who cannot get […]
Nigerian Women Share: How to Improve Your Mental Wellbeing in and out of relationships
Mental well-being is closely linked to mental health. This part of us affects how we perceive ourselves and inadvertently plays a huge role in how we interact and form relationships with other people. Today, four Nigerian women share how they improve and maintain their mental well-being in and out of (romantic) relationships while living in an environment that can be volatile.
Attachment styles and their connection to depression in relationships
This article reviews one of the major causes of depression in relationships, which is called ‘attachment styles’.
Dealing with depression in relationships
Depression is often confused for sadness and vice versa. Many don’t realize that depression isn’t just a momentary emotional downtime but a mental situation that needs to be diagnosed by a licensed psychologist.
Frequently Asked Questions about Endometriosis
Not sure what Endometriosis is? Here’s a list of FAQs and quick answers on this female reproductive condition.
Endometriosis: Nigerian women share their experiences
Are you dealing with Endometriosis? These stories from Nigerian women show you’re not alone.
Endometriosis and your diet
What is Endometriosis and what do food and drink have to do with it? This article answers your questions.
Frequently Asked Questions about Amenorrhea
Not sure what Amenorrhea is? Here’s a list of FAQs and quick answers on this menstruation-related condition.
What you need to know about Amenorrhea
Amenorrhea refers to the absence of or seizing of the menstrual flow due to several factors such as health conditions, birth control use, and most commonly, pregnancy.
Things to know before getting a Tubal ligation
Tubal ligation is a surgical procedure whereby a woman’s fallopian tubes are cut or tied to prevent an egg from passing from the ovaries to the uterus, which in turn prevents pregnancy.
What to do after a miscarriage
A miscarriage typically happens within the first trimester of the pregnancy and can be caused by different reasons. But what do you do when you lose a child you really wanted? How do you cope?
Things to consider before choosing a gynaecologist
A gynaecologist is a doctor that specialises in the reproductive and sexual health care of women. Due to the sensitivity of this kind of healthcare, there are important factors to consider when choosing one.