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Ovary Removal Surgery – Oophorectomy – Why It’s Done?

Ovary Removal Surgery - Oophorectomy - Why It's Done?
Oophorectomy is the surgical removal of the ovaries. During the surgery one or both of the ovaries can be removed. When only one ovary is removes it is known as unilateral oophorectomy, while when both of the ovaries are removed, it is known as bilateral oophorectomy. In many cases ov
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Ovarian Torsion | Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies

Ovarian Torsion | Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies
Ovarian torsion is a gynecological emergency that requires immediate surgery. This very rare condition results from the rotation of the ovary along its pedicle that holds it in place. Such a rotation blocks the ovarian artery and sometimes the ovarian vein as well to break off the blo
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All You Need to Know About Hymens and Virginity

All You Need to Know About Hymens and Virginity
Hymen is a thin membrane that surrounds the opening of the vagina. You have probably heard that a hymen will rupture when a woman has sexual intercourse for the first time, and that she will bleed on this occasion. Even, though this is true, it is not always like this. It is a little
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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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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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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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Robotic Laparoscopy – Making surgery simpler, safer

Shorter hospital stays. Quicker recovery time. Smaller incisions. Less pain, less bleeding and extremely precise technique. These are just some of the benefits that the latest surgical technology, robotic laparoscopic surgery, offers women in need of historically complex gynecological
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Surgical Abortions – What Will Happen?

When a woman or teenager is contemplating having an abortion, she may wonder what the procedure will be like and what she may expect to have happen. If you are pregnant and want to know more about the options available to you, here’s a thumbnail sketch about the subject. It is i
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