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  • Leading Causes Of Infertility

    Approximately 1 out of every 6 couples are affected by infertility. An infertility diagnosis is given to couples who have been failing to conceive over the course of a full year. Ten to fifteen percent of couples in the United States are infertile. Infertility may be cause from an issue with either you, your partner, or a combination both. There is a large variety of causes on why men and women are infertile. About 20% of cases are due to a problem in the man, and 40% to 50% are due to a problem…

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  • Comparing And Contrasting Hot And Cold Bath-Or Sitz Bath

    Contrasting Hot and Cold Bath - or Sitz bath, known to be a naturopathic remedy for endometriosis. Warm bath helps to relax the muscles in the pelvic while the cold one reduces the pain and swelling. Doing this three to four times a week will relieve the pain and swelling. Procedures: Prepare two separate tubs for hot and cold water. Sit on the hot water first until the water reaches the waistline. Stay for three to five minutes. Sit on the same level of cold water for one to two minutes.…

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  • Anayulatory Cycles In Women

    Dysmenorrheal can also be diagnosed as endometriosis. Endometriosis is a painful disorder where endometrium tissues grow outside the uterus. Endometriosis can be found in the ovaries, fallopian tubes, bladder and intestines, uterine wall, and the lining of the pelvis. The initial growing of endometriosis occurs by the displacement of endometrial tissues that act as it normally would- thickens, breaks down and bleeds with…

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  • Infertility In The Reproductive System

    extremely high; due to that, many cannot afford it. Women’s infertility can be caused by serious problems in the ovaries, oviducts and endometrium. It affects approximately 8.2 million women in the United States. The leading cause of infertility is endometriosis, which affect 5 million women in the United States. Infertility may be reduced with the help of medicine, surgery and alternative procedures such as artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization. Possibly allowing the female to…

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  • Side Effects Of Depo Divera

    Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone acetate) is used to prevent pregnancy and to prevent pain caused by endometriosis. Endometriosis is a condition where tissue that normally lines the uterus, grows outside of the uterus, causing extreme.The recommended dose of Depo-Provera is 150 mg every 13 weeks administered by deep intramuscular (IM) injection in the gluteal or deltoid muscle. The injection has more negative side effects than good effects. Depo-Provera should not be used as a long-term birth…

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  • Ovarian Cysts Research Paper

    treatment could be hormonal birth control pills. If the cyst is large enough it can kill the ovary and an oophorectomy or ovariectomy has to be taken place. “A study found that nine out of ten women who took Letrozole for six months found that their endometriosis either disappeared or was greatly reduced, says the journal Fertility and Sterility.”(Newspaper, Cyst Cure,…

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  • The Importance Of Medical Marijuana

    Why Medical Marijuana should be available for people who need it. Marijuana. You hear about it on the news, people smuggling it, growing it, it's everywhere. Although many would argue that weed is an appalling drug used by lazy lowlifes, that statement isn’t 100% true. Medical marijuana should be legal, not only for those with anxiety and depression, but those with diseases and disorders that weed can fix. This article will argue that medical marijuana is a must for lots of people for diseases.…

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  • Mandating Organ Donation: A Recipe For Disaster

    I would like to discuss mandating organ donation. Mandating is a recipe for disaster. Mandatory donation will lead to a breakdown of an already imperfect system. Problems will arise within human rights, possible disease transference, and an overload surplus of harvested organs. Problems that could arise within human rights will be complicated. Inherently, as a whole people do not accept when a choice is being taken away. Making it mandatory will also take away the aspect of the gift of life…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Hysterectomy

    gynecologist Gary T. Kimoto MD for expert medical advice and compassionate care. A comprehensive OB-GYN practice, OB-GYN Associates offers a variety of women's healthcare services including birth control for women, help dealing the issues like endometriosis and infertility, as well as hysterectomy. This serious procedure is one of the most common surgeries women face, second only to cesarean sections. Being informed of the pros and cons of having a hysterectomy can help you make a thoughtful…

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  • Analysis Of Jason Cooper's The Nurse Advocate

    Health cares just trying to make profit. As a child we are told do something in life that makes you happy, if not you will be miserable your whole life. As a student planning on going in to the medical field I know I have a love for helping others. For me the job isn’t about the money, it's about the ability to help those are unable to do it themselves. I realize from these two articles that not everyone has the goal of helping others, but instead they are just wanting to make a profit for…

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