Explore our library of free educational handouts and learn about top women’s health issues from The Women’s Health Experts at Viva Eve.
Let’s Get Packing! What Do You Need To Have In Your Hospital Bag?
We are all different – some of us like to be prepared early, some just get things together at the very last moment.Learn More
Pregnancy Dos, Don’ts, and Easy Swaps
While preparing for the birth of your child is a joyous occasion, being pregnant does come with more than a handful of inconveniences, including having to give up certain foods and activities.Learn More
What is Vaginitis?
Vaginitis is an inflammation or infection of the vagina that causes itching, burning, irritation, odor, and discharge.Learn More
Abnormal Pap/HPV Cervical Cancer Screening
When it comes to detecting cervical cancer, the Pap test is a first line screening tool that can help your healthcare provider identify, test, and halt the development of cervical cancer.Learn More
The vulva, quite often mistakenly referred to as “vagina” or many other names, is the area of female sex organs that lies outside of the vagina.Learn More
What is PCOS?
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common hormone imbalance conditions, affecting between 5 to 10 percent of women.Learn More
What is Adenomyosis?
Adenomyosis occurs when individual cells that line the cavity of the uterus — called endometrial cells — migrate into the muscular layer of the uterus, where they don’t belong.Learn More
The Ring Fact Sheet
How does the ring work? The ring contains hormones like the ones your body makes. These hormones stop your ovaries from releasing eggs.Learn More
Progestin IUD Fact Sheet
How does the progestin IUD work? The progestin IUD is a T-shaped plastic rod that stays in your uterus.Learn More
The Shot/Depo-Provera Fact Sheet
How does Depo work? Depo contains a hormone similar to the ones your body makes. The hormone stops your ovaries from releasing eggs.Learn More
Copper IUD Fact SheetLearn More
The Pill Fact Sheet
How do birth control pills work? Birth control pills contain hormones like the ones your body makes.Learn More
Tdap Vaccination During PregnancyLearn More
Delve into our library of free educational e-books, which contain tools and resources to help you navigate your health decisions and make informed choices about your body.
Why Are African American Women Hit Hardest by Fibroids?
If you are an African American woman, you are almost three times as likely to develop uterine fibroids or adenomyosis than a woman of any other race.Learn More
Fibroid Treatment Options 101: Everything You Need to Know
Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous tumors that develop in the uterus. They may also be referred to as myopia, leiomyoma, leiomyomata, and fibromyoma.Learn More
Is Hysterectomy REALLY Your Only Treatment Option?
Even though hysterectomy is one of the most commonly performed surgeries in the U.S., it is a major operation for a woman that should only be recommended if other treatment options have been unsuccessful and no other method would work for her specific symptoms.Learn More
Having a Myomectomy? LAAM Might Be Your Best Minimally Invasive Surgical Option
A surgical procedure that is most often suggested to women of childbearing age who would like to get pregnant in the future is a Myomectomy. This technique removes fibroids while leaving the uterus intact and helps preserve or improve the woman’s fertility.Learn More