Endometrial Ablations

 

If you are in your late thirties or in your forties but have not yet entered Menopause and are experiencing heavy menstrual cycles or irregular uterine bleeding, you may be a good candidate for an Endometrial Ablation. An Endometrial Ablation is a Gynecologic procedure used to treat heavy or irregular uterine bleeding by destroying the …

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Decreasing Your Risk For Developing Osteoporosis

 

If you have blonde hair, blue eyes and a slight build, you may be genetically at a higher risk for developing Post-Menopausal Osteoporosis. Osteoporosis literally stands for “porous bones.” Post-Menopausal Osteoporosis is caused by reduced Estrogen levels due to Menopause. The reduced Estrogen levels lead to an increased rate of bone resorption. When the rate …

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Endometriosis and Female Infertility

 

Endometriosis is currently the leading cause of female infertility. The symptoms may include heavy menstrual bleeding, increased menstrual cramps, abdominal pain, pain during intercourse and more. If you have any or some of the symptoms above and think that you may have Endometriosis, it is important to let your physician know so that he or she …

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Women and Obesity

 

According to data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2003-2006 and 2007-2008, approximately 64.1% of adult women in the United States are overweight or obese as defined by a Body Mass Index (BMI) greater than or equal to 25. Over one third (35.5%) of adult women (over 20) in the United States …

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Placenta Donation

 

If you are pregnant, you may be asked whether or not you are interested in donating the placenta after your child is born. Your decision could be very important in helping patients to recover from surgery or burns. The amniotic membrane is the innermost layer of the placenta which lines the amniotic cavity. The membrane …

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Teen Mothers and Risk of Post-Menopausal Osteoporosis

 

A recent study published in the journal Menopause found that women who had their first babies during adolescent have significantly higher rates of Post-Menopausal Osteoporosis than older first-time mothers. Researchers used data from a 2008 national health survey to analyze the rates of Osteoporosis in 719 Korean women. Among the 719 women analyzed, 93 had …

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Lack of Libido

 

For many married women, lack of libido is a reality. Low libido can be caused by many different reasons including a hormone imbalance, stress, fatigue, menopause, medication and lack of proper nutrition. The truth is, your overall health has a dramatic affect on your sex drive. If you are not eating properly and getting enough …

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Cancer Rates Expected to Rise Worldwide

 

The seven most common types cancer worldwide are lung cancer, female breast cancer, colorectal cancer, stomach cancer, prostate cancer, liver cancer and cervical cancer. According to a study published in the journal Lancet Oncology, the number of people with cancer is likely to increase by more than 75% across the world by the year 2030. As …

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Autism Linked to Fever in Pregnant Mothers

 

A study published online May 5th in the Journal of Autism and Development Disorders suggests a connection between fever during pregnancy and the risk of autism spectrum disorders and developmental delays in offspring. In this analysis, 701 children with autism spectrum disorders or developmental delays and a control group of 421 children without autism spectrum …

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