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Category Archives: Gynecology and Obstetrics

Hygiene of pregnant womenHygiene during pregnancy should have a special level of safety and take into account the increased sensitivity of mucous membranes. Strict adherence to the rules of hygiene during pregnancy should enter into your habit. Gynecologists have developed basic hygiene recommendations for expectant mothers. Pay attention to them: Continue reading

Kegel Exercises for WomenKegel exercises help strengthen your pelvic muscles. Pelvic muscles hold your pelvic organs, such as your bladder and uterus, in place. These exercises help prevent or control problems with urine incontinence (leakage) and  provides a good workout for your genitals, which allows to enjoy greater clitoral stimulation during sex. Continue reading

Pelvic inflammatory disease.jpgPelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a serious infection of the female reproductive system that can develop from an untreated sexually transmitted disease (STD). In most cases, it occurs when bacteria from the STD in the vagina or cervix move into the uterus and upper genital tract. The most common organisms that lead to PID are gonorrhea and chlamydia, both of which are highly contagious STDs. Continue reading

Uterine sarcoma.jpgLeiomyosarcoma of the uterus – a malignant tumor of the uterus, develops in the myometrium or in the smooth muscle wall of blood vessels of the uterus, possibly along with the fibromiomy. Continue reading

The first signs of pregnancy after conceptionEvery woman depending on their individual characteristics, in their own way feel the first signs of pregnancy after conception. This is caused by the difference of female organisms and reactions to hormonal changes. That is why some women feel the first signs of conception virtually the next day, while others may feel the change in his body only from fetal movements. Continue reading

MiscarriageAccording to statistics, 15-20% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. Those who in the life of such trouble happened, and those who have not yet have known the bitterness of loss should to pass a small educational program on issues related to incomplete pregnancy.

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