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Have you been feeling hot a lot lately? Well, if the calm, cold weather has no effect on the sweaty episodes, it may be hot flashes. They are usually a symptom of menopause, but in certain circumstances, you may experience hot flashes during your period as well.
If you have been diagnosed with fibroids in the uterus, do not worry about it, as treatments like myomectomy can easily remove these non-cancerous growths. Since the entire procedure is invasive, expect some cuts and incisions and be vigilant with the aftercare. Wondering how long does it take for the uterus to heal after myomectomy? It needs at least 4 to 6 weeks after the myomectomy procedure to fully recover. Let's get into more detail about this.
Pregnancy is a time of bliss; however, it does take a toll on you. The growing baby stretches almost every part of your body to the max, reaching the rib cage.
Experiencing bladder issues such as accidental leaks, increased nighttime frequency, or a heightened urge to urinate is common during menopause.
It is quite natural to ponder on vaginal health when we talk about reproductive health. For those struggling with endometriosis, this curiosity often includes the not-so-subtle shifts in discharge.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is an endocrine disorder affecting around 12% of women in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, or PCOS, hits puberty-struck women in all over the world including The United States. This condition is quite common and is seen in every 1 in 10 women.
If the daily cramps in your belly make you wonder if you might have an ovarian cyst, then this blog is the right piece of reading for you. It is important to understand the basics of this common issue in women. Stay with us to know what an ovarian cyst actually is and how it feels like to have one, along with a treatment plan.
For many women, their PCOS derives from insulin resistance, which is why they are often prescribed a revolutionary drug, Metformin, for relief. There are many misconceptions revolving around its use, and one of the major issues is the selection of food items you can eat while Metformin does its magic. In this blog, we have detailed the don'ts of eating while using this medication. But first, take a quick look at what it is.