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A Better Life is Waiting

Women are often told painful periods and heavy bleeding are a normal part of their cycle. At Hologic®, we know that’s not the case. With our range of options for uterine healthcare—together with your doctor—we can help make a better life possible.

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What's holding you back from better?

  • Do you go through more than one pad or tampon every hour?
  • Living with debilitating cramps?
  • Look pregnant, even though you’re not?
  • Having challenges with infertility?

These disruptive symptoms may be caused by abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB), polyps, fibroids, or other uterine related issues. Your normal may not be so normal after all. Get to know more about your U(terus).

Advocate for yourself

Maybe you’re experiencing symptoms and looking for answers, or maybe you’re ready to treat your fibroids. Did you know there are minimally invasive treatment options that allow you to keep your uterus?

You have options

If you’re feeling unsure about what to do next or need help finding a doctor, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Take the quiz to unpack your symptoms, or check out the physician finder to locate providers nearby who offer a variety of treatment options.

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You are not alone

48% of US women are confident they could identify the five major parts of the uterus, and even less women could identify the difference between fibroids, polyps, and cysts.1

And yet, 75-80% of people with a uterus will be diagnosed with fibroids at some point in their lives.2

Whether you know a little or a lot about your uterus, it’s not always easy to know what’s normal.

Get connected, get educated,
and join the conversation!

Discover the possibilities.


1. This survey was conducted online within the United States by The Harris Poll on behalf of Hologic between May 10-12, 2022 among 997 female adults ages 18+, among whom 815 are females ages 30+.

2. Mayo Clinic. Uterine fibroids. Accessed June 5, 2023.