What are the most common symptoms of cervical cancer?

When cells in the cervix become abnormal and multiply rapidly, cervical cancer can develop. Cervical cancer can be life-threatening if it goes undetected or untreated. What […]

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Can hysteroscopy be done during period time?

A hysteroscopy is a way for your doctor to look at the lining of your uterus. He or she uses a thin viewing tool called a […]

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PCOS and Cancer: What are the risks?

The onset of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome can bring about conditions that are also central to an environment that encourages the creation of cancer. Women with PCOS […]

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Should you have laparoscopy before IVF?

Many doctors perform a laparoscopy for infertile women or “want to check that everything is ok prior to IVF”. Unfortunately, while it sounds effective, this is […]

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Nutrition and proper exercise after uterine laparoscopy

Prolonged bed rest increases the risk of pneumonia and blood clots in the legs. A quick return to normal activity after gynecologic surgery should decrease the […]

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What type of anesthesia is used for laparoscopic surgery?

Anesthesia is used to eliminate the pain felt during laparoscopic surgery. Spinal and general anesthesia are the two most commonly used of types of anesthesia for […]

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Pap Smear

Everything We Should Know about Pap Smear Test

A Pap smear involves collecting cells from your cervix — the lower, narrow end of your uterus that’s at the top of your vagina. Detecting cervical […]

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Are Uterine Polyps Dangerous?

Are Uterine Polyps dangerous? Uterine polyps are soft red outgrowths from the lining of the womb (the endometrium), usually less than 1 cm in diameter, which […]

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Signs of Infertility in Women

There are numerous conditions that can contribute to infertility in women. The signs and symptoms of each can vary greatly. Common symptoms of infertility include the […]

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Can Ovarian Cysts lead to Infertility?

Most of the time, the cysts that develop in women’s ovaries are non-threatening cysts that will just disappear on their own over a couple of months. […]

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