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Watery Vaginal Discharge During Pregnancy

Watery Vaginal Discharge During Pregnancy
It is normal for the cervical fluid to change throughout the menstrual cycle. At some point during a normal menstrual cycle it can be runnier, while at other times it can be much thicker. Sometimes it can even have a smell or change its color. It is very important to check your cervic
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Cervicitis: Inflammation of the Cervix

Cervicitis Inflammation of the Cervix
Cervicitis is characterized by inflammation of the cervix. The cervix is the lower end or the lower opening of the uterus. Anything from an infection to an injury involving the cervical tissue may cause cervicitis (Read also: Cervical Polyps). This kind of disease is a common gynecolo
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Secondary Infertility | OB/GYN services Brooklyn

Secondary Infertility | OB/GYN services Brooklyn
If you and your partner achieved to get pregnant and give birth to a child without having any problems, it doesn’t mean that everything will be as it should be the second time you try to get pregnant and give birth to a child. You and your partner might be having problems with seconda
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Managing Perimenopausal Symptoms: Learn Your Options

Managing Perimenopausal Symptoms: Learn Your Options
Menopause is a normal phase in a woman’s life. It is the period of life when there are no menstrual periods for more than 12 months. Women usually enter menopause at the age of 50. However, some women do experience premature menopause, before the age of 40. Perimenopause is the
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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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Menorrhagia: It’s Affect on Women’s Health and Quality of Life

Menorrhagia: It's Affect on Women's Health and Quality of Life
Menstruation is the normal shedding of the uterine lining that occurs on a regular basis during the female reproductive life (from puberty until menopause). What Is Normal Menstruation? Normal menstruations last around 3 – 7 days. During the menstrual cycle, the female uterus gets pre
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PMS Fact Sheet | Premenstrual Syndrome

PMS Fact Sheet | Premenstrual Syndrome
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) is a group of symptoms that begin one or two weeks before the menstrual cycle. These symptoms usually go away after the menstrual bleeding starts. Premenstrual Syndrome can affect every woman during their reproductive period. For some, the signs and symptom
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Vaginal Discharge: Learn About Color and Smell Symptoms

Vaginal Discharge: Learn About Color and Smell Symptoms
Vaginal discharge is considered in cases when there is an increased amount of vaginal secretion due to different reasons. Any possible changes in color, consistency or smell of the vaginal secretion are considered as pathological vaginal discharge.   Normal Vaginal Discharge All
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Infertility in Women: Top 4 Questions About

Infertility in Women: Top 4 Questions About
1. When a Woman Is Considered to Be Infertile? Infertility is the inability to get pregnant after a year of having sexual intercourse without protection. For women after the age of 35, infertility is considered the period after six months of trying to conceive. Women who get pregnant,
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