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How Do You Know If You Have Uterine Polyps?

How Do You Know If You Have Uterine Polyps?
  What Are Uterine Polyps? Uterine Polyps are inner growths in the endometrium, inside of the uterine wall, also called endometrial polyps. Endometrial polyps are formed from the overgrowth of the cells in the endometrium. These polyps are non – cancerous protrusions of the endom
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Urinary Incontinence and Bladder Control Problems Fact Sheet

Urinary Incontinence and Bladder Control Problems Fact Sheet
Urinary incontinence refers to involuntary passage of urination or loss of bladder control. This is a common and equally embarrassing problem in women post childbirth. Such accidental passage of urine may happen when one coughs, laughs, sneezes, exercises, jumps, jogs, or doesn’t reac
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Cervical Polyps Causes | Brooklyn OB/GYN Services

Cervical Polyps Causes | Brooklyn OB/GYN Services
Cervical polyps are extra-growths that arise from the cervix or opening of the uterus. These growths are smooth and spongy tags of tissue that appear like a finger and are usually red in color. Generally, they do not exceed 1 cm in length. Cervical polyps are often symptomless and may
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Uterine Fibroids Fact Sheet | Brooklyn Abortion Clinic

Uterine Fibroids Fact Sheet | Brooklyn Abortion Clinic
Uterine fibroids are benign or noncancerous growths that develop within the uterus. They are also referred to as leiomyomas. Although, uterine fibroids are abnormal growths they rarely progress into cancer and so they aren’t expected to increase a woman’s risk of developing uterine ca
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Birth Control Options: Tubal Ligation Pros and Cons

Birth Control Options: Tubal Ligation Pros and Cons
Tubal ligation is a permanent birth control method. It is also known as tubal sterilization. This contraceptive method consists of cutting, blocking or tying the Fallopian tubes in order to permanently prevent pregnancy. Tubal ligation blocks the movement of the egg to the uterus by b
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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease – Risk Factors and Treatment

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease - Risk Factors and Treatment
PID or pelvic inflammatory disease refers to an infection of the reproductive organs in females. This is an extremely common infection affecting nearly 1 million women in the USA alone annually. Unfortunately, out of these 1 million women, around one hundred thousand end up becoming i
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Contraception After a Pregnancy Abortion

Contraception After Pregnancy Abortion
Contraception is important if a couple does not intend to have a baby in the process of sexual intercourse, this is especially the case after a pregnancy abortion. Statistically, out of the 6.6 million pregnancies occurring annually in the US, 51% are unplanned. That’s an unnecessaril
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Pregnancy Ailments – Helpful Home Remedies

Pregnancy Ailments - Helpful Home Remedies
Have you sensed unusual changes in your body following conception? Do not worry. These are completely physiological alterations of body equilibrium in response to pregnancy. Hormonal instability, weight gain and different biochemical changes are responsible for these minor complaints.
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Spontaneous Abortion (Miscarriage)

Spontaneous Abortion Miscarriage
Spontaneous abortion is mostly known as a miscarriage. It is a spontaneous loss of pregnancy, before the 20th week. (Most spontaneous abortions occur before the 12th week of pregnancy). 10-20% of pregnancies end in miscarriage, but the real number of miscarriages is considered to be m
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Learn More About Labiaplasty

Labiaplasty Labiaplasty (also labioplasty) is a plastic surgery procedure for altering the labia minora and the labia majora, the paired tissue structures bounding the vestibule of the vulva. The indications for the correction of labial hypertrophy are two-fold: (i) the correction of
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