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Duphaston
...  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 hospitable to a fertilized embryo. Whenever no  ...

Abortion
...  aspiration. This procedure is done on a fetus as old as only 7 weeks after the woman’s last menstrual period. What happens during this process is that a long, thin tube is inserted into the uterus, and then a large syringe is attached so that the embryo is suctioned out easily and instantly. The other type of abortion procedure is the suction curettage, and is done between 6 to 14 weeks  ...

Endometrial Carcinoma
...  Carcinoma (also termed as Uterine Cancer) is defined as a kind of malignant (cancerous) tumor on the uterus or endometrial lining. Endometrial cancer, in fact, is one of the most common type of gynecologic carcinomas being suffered from in the United States. The disease affects almost 38,000 women yearly. That comprises of approximately 6% of all female malignant cancers. Endometrial  ...

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  ...

Neoplasia
...  site shortness of breath or difficulty breathing (a sign that the neoplasm has reached the lungs) abdominal pain constipation, nausea, and vomiting vaginal bleeding (if sarcoma is located in the uterus) Causes Of Neoplasia What causes tumors to grow is usually considered by many as general knowledge. A lot of factors can cause it, such as excessive exposure to harmful chemicals and  ...

Contraception
...  available on the market are hormone-based. These pills aid in the prevention of pregnancy in a variety of ways: it thickens the cervical mucous to prevent the egg and sperm to unite, and alters the uterus so that the fertilized egg could not attach in it and develop. It is available in many forms such as: birth control pills, injectables, patches, and rings. These contraceptives are known to  ...

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
...  to rule out other illnesses. The doctor will order a blood test to include blood sugar and blood cholesterol and hormonal tests. Through a pelvic ultrasound, the condition of the patient’s uterus and ovaries will also be known. This is to determine the presence of ovarian cysts which occurs when there is abnormality or failure of ovulation which is connected with this syndrome. He may  ...

Oophorectomy
...  or ovarian cancer risks. Basically it is done to remove cysts or any other matter which may increase a woman’s risk of getting cancer together with the ovary, fallopian tube or even the whole uterus. It is also done to remove the source of estrogen which is also one cause of cancer. Oophorectomy is also performed as a treatment for endometriosis and although in some rare cases it is also  ...

Menstrual Cycle
...  based on this notion. Signs And Symptoms Of The Menstrual Cycle A normal menstrual cycle lasts from 3 to 7 days. Days 1 to 4 is the first phase of the menstrual cycle. Menstruation happens when the uterus releases blood to indicate that fertilization has not taken place. It is the body’s natural way of cleansing the uterine wall which would have been a place where fertilization occured.  ...

Hypogonadism
...  about these risks. If they suspect that you are at a high risk of developing both ailments, then they will have to prescribe a more treatment such as radiation therapy and surgical removal of the uterus. It would be best to maintain a healthy lifestyle as most of the known causes of hypogonadism is not preventable. For your well being, maintaining a healthy eating habit and a normal body  ...


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