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How to Avoid Hemorrhoids During Pregnancy by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 29 Dec 2013 12:35pm How to Avoid Hemorrhoids During Pregnancy The risk of suffering with hemorrhoids is increased during pregnancy. As the pressure and strain around the rectal area is increased tremendously during pregnancy, women suffering with hemorrhoids go through severe distress and pain. It is a fact that most pregnant women suffer with strain and ... Read on »
Health Tips for December 18 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 17 Dec 2009 9:00pm Health Tip: These Symptoms May Indicate Uterine Fibroids Uterine fibroids are growths that form inside a woman's uterus. Though they're not cancerous, they can cause pain and other symptoms. The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says the following warning signs may indicate uterine fibroids: Men ... Read on »
Adenomyosis and Infertility by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 25 Aug 2010 5:39pm Also known as "Endometriosis of the uterus," adenomyosis ( adeno= glands; myo = muscle) is a benign condition which occurs when the glandular cells of the uterine lining ( the endometrium) penetrate deep into the uterine muscle (myometrium) and invade into it. Adenomyosis used to be called "endometriosis interna," since it can look somewhat ... Read on »
There are several precise procedures that can be used for Endometrial Cancers by winter1101 Posted Sun 18 May 2014 3:44pm Thick Endometrium Treatment. Throughout a D&H, the opening of the cervix is definitely increased plus the medical professional scrapes tissue in the liner in the womb. A new pathologist investigates the particular tissue to pay attention to cancer cells, hyperplasia, or any other situations. After the D&Chemical, girls may have pains and als ... Read on »
Proper diagnosis of Endometrial Cancer is very important by winter1101 Posted Sat 31 Aug 2013 5:40pm Because uterine cancer begins inside uterus, it may not make an appearance on a Pap test, which examines cells in the cervix. A biopsy is necessary to help you your physician produce a diagnosis. Thick Endometrium Treatment. Usually, the illness remains silent until it has spread to nearby tissues and organs. abnormal bleeding- heavy bleeding ... Read on »
Sonogram Results and Medicaid Decision by Vickie Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 9:23pm This past Friday morning was my Endometrial Biopsy. At which time, I also got my Sonogram results. At least...verbally from the doctor. Her nurse was "supposed" to have sent me the results the previous Monday, (at least, that's what she told my in-laws when she had called later that day, that she was sending me "something" and that if I didn' ... Read on »
The majority of ladies having Endometrial cancers are generally given a good hysterectomy by winter1101 Posted Sun 01 Dec 2013 4:28pm Fuyan Pill to Treat Endometrial Hyperplasia. Widespread Endometrial Most cancers (Uterine Most cancers) Signs Endometrial Cancer (Uterine Cancer malignancy)indicators tend to be what immediate adult females to hunt medical treatment. More often than not, a disease is still subtle right up until they have spread to be able to in close proximi ... Read on »
A number of women have no difficulties having pregnant by winter1101 Posted Tue 31 Dec 2013 3:30pm Fuyan Pill to Treat Endometrial Hyperplasia. Almost all of the time, the particular disease stays silent until eventually they have pass on to be able to nearby flesh along with body organs. abnormal bleeding- weighty bleeding between intervals, or weighty bleeding during unusual time periods. soreness through sexual activity. pelvic soreness ... Read on »
Uteri or Uteruses - Either way, I've got two by Fertility Foibles Posted Mon 24 Aug 2009 12:36pm You know how when you have a work retreat, one of the first things a facilitator does is tell you to go around a table and say something unique about yourself? Mine is usually that I speak Japanese or that I've tried out to be on Jeopardy (but not smart enough to actually be on TV), but what I'd love to say is that I have two uteruses. Seriously, ... Read on »
Female Stuff by Rachel M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Sep 2008 7:07am   At the end of the August, I went to see a female GP for Pap smear as suggested by Dr TL. Her office is in a big and modern building. I didn’t know how big the inside of the premise was. If I did, I certainly used my wheelchair. After waiting for over an hour laying on a nice but very uncomfortable two seaters, the female doctor called ... Read on »