Sometimes health conditions can make you feel like the only person in the world with a certain problem. But for the most part, countless other people are dealing with the same issue right now. In fact, there are so many seemingly weird female medical problems that are really quite common and widespread. Even if your particular issue feels a bit embarrassing or private, you're almost certainly not the only person dealing with it.
In many cases, even in the age of the overshare, lots of people still keep their health issues to themselves. This kind of privacy is fine, of course, but the lack of dialogue around certain medical conditions might make people feel weird about having those symptoms. For females in particular, issues around menstruation or bathroom issues may feel embarrassing to discuss out loud, even with a medical professional. The doctors have heard it all before (and then some), but it's understandable if talking about these subjects makes you feel a bit uncomfortable.
That said, it may be worth the effort to go ahead and seek help for some of these embarrassing or otherwise private medical issues. Sometimes these issues are easily treatable (so you don't have to even deal with them anymore), and in other cases they may point toward a more serious health condition. In any event, there's no need to feel embarrassed by these totally common health issues that women face every day.