FDA Office of Women's Health  

Silver Spring,  MD 
United States
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FDA Office of Women's Health has health & safety resources.

Established in 1994, the Office of Women’s Health (OWH) is part of the FDA Office of the Commissioner and serves as the principal advisor on scientific, ethical, and policy issues relating to women's health. OWH supports FDA’s regulatory mission by engaging in scientific research and collaborating with stakeholders to engage in scientific and educational projects. These initiatives are coordinated through two main program areas: Research and Development and Outreach and Communications. 


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  • Along with other federal, state, and local agencies and public health officials across the country, the FDA continues critical work to protect public health during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find the most recent FDA updates on our Coronavirus Disease 2019 page. 


  • Free Women's Health Information Flyer
    Women's health resource flyer available in English and Spanish....

  • The FDA Office of Women’s Health offers easy-to-read publications and resources on a variety of health topics to share with the women in your community.

    You can download, or order in bulk, free copies of fact sheets, booklets, brochures, and cards. Publications are available in English, Spanish, and several other languages.

    Visit www.fda.gov/womenshealthpubs view available publications.

  • High Blood Pressure Guide
    FDA-approved medicines to treat high blood pressure....

  • There are various FDA-approved products that are currently available to treat high blood pressure. Learn more about your options and use this information to help you talk to your healthcare provider about your blood pressure medicine. You will also find some general information to help you use your medicine wisely.

    Visit https://www.fda.gov/consumers/free-publications-women/high-blood-pressure for more information on high blood pressure.

  • Medicine and Pregnancy Fact Sheet
    Tips about how prescription and over-the-counter medicines might affect you and your baby....

  • The FDA has lots of resources to help you make good choices about medicines, foods, and other products for you and your baby. Learn more at www.fda.gov/pregnancy.

    Enrolling in a pregnancy exposure registry can help improve safety information for medicines used during pregnancy and can be used to update drug labeling. Learn more about how you can help at www.fda.gov/pregnancyregistries.

  • Menopause & Hormones Common Questions
    Tips and resources from FDA to help you talk to your healthcare provider about managing your symptoms before, during, and after menopause....

  • Tips and resources from FDA to help you talk to your healthcare provider about managing your symptoms before, during, and after menopause.

    Learn more at www.fda.gov/menopause.

  • Mammograms Fact Sheet
    Facts about mammograms....

  • Mammograms can help save lives and continue to be the best primary tool for breast cancer screening. Learn more about mammograms at https://www.fda.gov/consumers/women/mammograms.
  • Women in Clinical Trials = HOPE Fact Sheet
    15 Things to Know Before Joining a Clinical Trial...

  • Learn how to help you talk to your healthcare provider about whether a clinical trial is right for you at www.fda.gov/womeninclinicaltrials

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