Four women’s health issues no one talks about

For many women, some health issues feel too private or too embarrassing to talk about, even with their doctor. But ignoring health problems won’t make them go away and delaying treatment can often turn into small annoyances into serious conditions.

Here are four of the top women’s health that no one talks about. But maybe they should.


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