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Charlene Collins has written 1 Gynecology & OBGYN articles, has received +1 recommendations and is currently the #16 ranked expert in this subject.
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Cloudy urine during pregnancy is not generally a cause for worry. In most cases it is harmless and is not a sign that anything is wrong in the woman’s body. However there are cases when this type of change is a sign of illness. For this reason it is important for you to check with your doctor anytime you see changes in this area.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 67 months ago in Gynecology & OBGYN | +0 votes | 0 comments
Gynera side effects Reports of headaches, gastric problems, vomiting, a sensation of anxiety in the breasts, inter menstrual blood loss, effect on body mass and libido swing in mood, depression and chloasma have been associated to the use of Gynera Contraceptive pills in the past. Stop using the drug immediately in case any such adverse reactions occur and become bothersome.
Published by Niitesh Mundra 70 months ago in Gynecology & OBGYN | +1 votes | 0 comments
Gynera contraceptive pills Pharmacology: The contraceptive action of Gynera is supported on the effects of a range of aspects, the most significant of which are observed as the prevention of ovulation and the alterations in the cervical discharge. Gestodene: When used orally, gestodene is quickly and fully absorbed. Following particular intake of Gynera, highest drug serum levels are attained roughly in an hour.
Published by Niitesh Mundra 70 months ago in Gynecology & OBGYN | +0 votes | 0 comments
Published by Lorie Spencer 229 months ago in Gynecology & OBGYN | +0 votes | 0 comments
Bacterial vaginosis causes symptoms that are different from those of the other two types of the common vaginal infection or the one with Trichomonas. It is possible to have more than one type of vaginal infection at the same time. It is often confused with yeast infection (candidiasis), or infection with Trichomonas vaginalis (trichomoniasis), which are not caused by bacteria.
Published by Clara L. 75 months ago in Gynecology & OBGYN | +14 votes | 8 comments
While HPV-driven cervical cancer is a sure fact, its link with ovarian cancer is still unclear. This article explores the studies done on the subject, and established if there really is a link between HPV and ovarian squamous cell carcinomas.
Published by Andi Allegre 81 months ago in Gynecology & OBGYN | +4 votes | 0 comments
Bartholin cysts are usually harmless and will disappear on their own but if they persist they may have to be drained, and antibiotics may be proscribed.
Published by carol roach 82 months ago in Gynecology & OBGYN | +8 votes | 3 comments
BartholinÂ’s glands in the vulva (female external genitalia) close to the vaginal entrance secrete lubricating moisture during sexual arousal. Blockage of glandÂ’s opening, by dirt or a plug of mucus, traps the internal fluid and the affected gland swells, forming a cyst.
Published by Aileen P. N. 82 months ago in Gynecology & OBGYN | +2 votes | 1 comments
NovaSure ablation is a non-surgical permanent option for stopping or reducing heavy menstrual flow. It can be life changing for those who suffer from excessive bleeding during menstruation.
Published by Judith Barton 83 months ago in Gynecology & OBGYN | +3 votes | 1 comments
About 75 percent of women are effected by vaginal yeast infections every year in the United States. This article will tell you how to know when you have a vaginal yeast infection. You will also learn what the symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection are, how to avoid a vaginal yeast infection and how to treat it.
Published by steven reese 83 months ago in Gynecology & OBGYN | +2 votes | 0 comments
Alternatives for Hysterectomy: Endometrial Ablation - HTA, Thermachoice and Novasure.
Published by Rachel K. 90 months ago in Gynecology & OBGYN | +2 votes | 8 comments