Imogen Robinson

Imogen was The Femedic’s original Deputy Editor. She joined The Femedic after working as a news reporter. Becoming frustrated with the neverending clickbait, she jumped at the chance to work for a site whose ethos revolves around honesty and empathy. From reading articles by doctors to researching her own, and discussing health with a huge variety of women, she is fascinated by just how little we are told about our own bodies and women-specific health issues, and is excited to be working on a site which will dispel myths and taboos, and hopefully help a lot of women.

We need to talk about mental health and dysmenorrhea

Three women share how they manage their dysmenorrhea

This is why using BMI as an indicator of health can be dangerous


Half of women with endometriosis are dissatisfied with medical support

We spoke to women about dealing with miscarriage

Not just period delay: using norethisterone for menorrhagia

I have smelly discharge. Could it be bacterial vaginosis?

Could government calorie guidelines do more harm than good?

Should we all use menstrual cups?

Teaching consent: making sex education accessible for all

Teaching consent: naming ‘non-consensual’ behaviour

Teaching consent: there is no ‘grey area’

What is PMS and who gets it?

What is it like dating when you’re asexual?

I’m asexual: here’s what I always get asked

I use the coil, but not for contraception: here’s why

High-risk HPV less common than thought

Will I gain weight if I get the Mirena coil fitted?

What does having multiple orgasms feel like?

Pill usage declining while coils and implants gain popularity

New drug approved for endometriosis pain treatment

Why isn’t fatigue considered a serious endometriosis symptom?

We need to talk about eating disorders in older women

Sex worker collectives hit back at MP calls for law reforms

Half of women report having “serious trouble” with contraception

Government opens consultation on Gender Recognition Act

Ask a nutritionist: what will help with my hot flushes?

What happens in sex therapy? Treating vaginismus

Scottish women unaware of missed smear test cancer risk

Sex education in schools – where is it failing?

We need to make the conversation about sex more inclusive

Cross-party group calls for criminalisation of paying for sex