Bacterial Vaginosis: A vaginal infection striking millions of women

Bacterial vaginosis, or vaginal bacteriosis, is the most common cause of foul-smelling, unusual vaginal discharge which occurs due to overgrowth of certain bacteria within the vagina. Although it is not a sexually transmitted infection, it may develop after sexual intercourse. It may occur in women of all ages, including pregnant women and those who are […]

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What is Dysmenorreha?

Dysmenorreha is a menstrual disorder in which a patient goes through severe and frequent menstrual cramps and pain. It usually happens around the time when menstruation begins. This disease is common among 10% of women around the world. There are two types of dysmenorreha: Primary and Secondary. Primary dysmenorreha is not a symptom of any […]

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Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Day: Stay away from sexually transmitted infections S

Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Day is an annual event held on February 12. This day basically is a chance to create awareness about sexual and reproductive health issues and to educate people on how to reduce the transmission of sexually transmitted infections. Providentially, sexually transmitted infections can be treated but the issue is many people […]

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Urinary Incontinence in Women is curable, believe Gynecologists

Summary: Urinary incontinence is one of those issues that are linked with our daily lives. It’s hell embarrassing, but seeing a knowledgeable gynecologist can help. Urinary incontinence is an unintentional or accidental passing of urine that usually occurs when a person laughs, coughs, sneezes or runs. Elderly people are known to having bladder controlling issues. […]

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