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Duphaston
...  used for a number of different menstrual disorders which may take place because of a lack of progesterone within the body. The chemical progesterone is needed for the proper maintenance of a healthy endometrium, the lining of a woman’s uterus, which is quintessential for pregnancy. The average body produces progesterone during certain times of the month, which makes the uterus more  ...

Endometrial Carcinoma
...  more often than not. The early stages of an Endometrial Carcinoma normally begins in the cellular layer that comprise the endometrial glands. This is a single layer of cells that entirely covers the endometrium over. Who Are The Common Patients Of Endometrial Carcinoma? Majority of the women suffering from Endometrial Carcinoma manifest vaginal spotting or heavy bleeding. Most of them are on the  ...

Endometriosis
...  tissue lining the uterus is called the endometrium. The condition wherein the endometrium becomes found in other body areas it isn’t supposed to be found in is referred to as Endometriosis. Endometriosis causes the sufferer to irregularly bleed, feel severe pain, and possibly become infertile. Most of the time, “stray” endometrium grow in the pelvic area which include the  ...

Dysmenorrhea
...  manifest in secondary dysmenorrhea. Dysmenorrhea Causes One probable cause of primary dysmenorrhea is attributed to excessive levels of prostaglandins. At the beginning of the menstrual cycle, the endometrium thickens to prepare for pregnancy. When there is no conception, the built-up uterine tissue is shed through menstruation, and prostaglandins are released due to the destruction of the  ...

Uterine Wall
...  wall of the uterus is composed of the perimetrium, the myometrium and the endometrium. The perimetrium is characterized by an outer layer of thin, visceral peritoneum. A broad ligament then runs and continues on to the uterine wall’s lateral segment. When the peritoneum passes over the urinary bladder, a shallow pouch called the vesicouterine pouch is formed. When an adjustment is made  ...


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