Women's Health FAQs

Join Premier Health providers as they answer common questions about health and wellness topics for women. You'll also find videos and other resources with tips to help you live well and be well.

Bone and Joint Health

Keeping bones strong is something that women can do when they're younger that will improve their health and overall quality of life as they get older. Learn more about bone and joint health.


Research has shown that breastfeeding provides many benefits for both mom and baby. Learn more about the advantages of breastfeeding by viewing our infographic.

Breast Health

There are other conditions that can affect the breast that aren't cancer, but do those conditions increase a woman's risk for breast cancer? Learn more about breast health.

Cancer Care

Cancer care is a process and we want to support you and your family every step of the way. Learn more as Premier Health physicians answer frequently asked questions about cancer care.

Gynecologic Health

Throughout the various stages of your life, you'll face health issues that are unique to you. Learn more about gynecologic health.

Heart and Vascular Health

Heart disease is the number one cause of death among women in the United States. Learn how women's heart disease symptoms differ from men and other heart healthy tips.

Living with Chronic Conditions

Learning that you have a chronic condition can bring up a variety of feelings. Learn more about living with chronic conditions.

Pregnancy and Childbirth

Pregnancy is a time of excitement and happiness, but that excitement also contains a multitude of questions. Get answers to your pregnancy and childbirth questions.

Prevention and Wellness

Prevention and wellness is key in helping you and your family live well and stay well. Learn how you can prevent or manage illness with good nutrition, exercise, stress management and more.

Stress and Anxiety

Stress is constant through all stages of life. Get answers to your stress questions and learn how to manage stress.

Vulvar Varicosities Can Cause Discomfort During (And After) Pregnancy

Vulvar varicosities are a reason for women to get off their feet from time to time. Learn more about what they are and why pregnant women are especially predisposed to get them.