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    Uterine Prolapse

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    Uterine prolapse is when the uterus dribs down into the vagina, and in severe circumstances, outside the vagina. It is one of the more upsetting gynecologic conditions and spares no age group. The experience of your uterus dangling outside your vagina is a rather bizarre one, to say the least. Females who have uterine prolapse normally have other organs that are displaced. A cystocele results when a prolapsed bladder lumps through the vaginal roof; a rectocele befalls when the rectum bulges…

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    Dyspareunia Research Paper

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    Possible causes include: • Cancer. • Psychological factors, such as depression, anxiety, or previous traumatic experiences. • Severe pain and tenderness of the skin around the vagina (vulva) when it is touched (vulvar vestibulitis syndrome). • Infection of the pelvis or the vulva. • Infection of the vagina, including yeast, bacterial, or viral infections. • Painful, involuntary tightening…

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    How to use Yogurt for Yeast Infection Treatment Yeast infection called also as Candidal Vaginitis is a kind of infection attacks around the vagina. The vagina, in fact, has its own ability to give the best protection from the fungal. However, sometimes the amounts of it are not balanced because of stress or the use of antibiotics. It makes the overpopulation of microorganism and it becomes out of control. When the yeast infection comes, you can try to kill it out. You can use yogurt in it.…

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    weak and are not able to support the pelvic organs adequately; in this way gives the bladder or protrudes down into the vagina. Prolapsed may be incomplete or complete. An incomplete prolapsed occurs when the uterus falls only partially into the vagina; while a complete prolapsed describes a situation in which the uterus falls so low that some tissue protruding from the vagina. Causes- The causes of prolapsed bladder are: • genetic factor • number of pregnancies and parts • lacerations of the…

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    can stay in place for as long as 3 years. Shots given every 3 months. Pills taken every day. Patches. These are changed once a week for 3 weeks. They are taken off for one week. A ring put into the vagina. The ring is left in place for 3 weeks and removed for 1 week. Then, a new ring is put in the vagina. Emergency birth control pills. Barrier birth control Here are some types of barrier birth control: A thin covering worn on the penis (male condom) during sex. The covering is thrown away after…

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    as an effect of menopause. There are treatment options that may help the dryness such as hormone replacement therapy. By replacing the estrogen that is being naturally reduced by the body it may help to maintain that fluid keeps the lining of the vagina healthy and moist. There are also vaginal lubricants or a lubricant that can be used to reduce friction during intercourse. Now Margie I would like to talk about the diagnosis of your prolapse uterus. Prolapse can also be caused by a decrease in…

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    What Is A Diaphragm?

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    diaphragm is a soft, latex or silicone dome-shaped barrier that is placed in the vagina with sperm-killing (spermicidal) jelly before sexual intercourse. It covers the cervix, kills sperm, and blocks the passage of sperm into the cervix. This method does not protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs). A diaphragm must be fitted by a health care provider during a pelvic exam. A health care provider will measure your vagina prior to prescribing a diaphragm. You will also learn about…

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    know how it works. MonaLisa Touch® is known as “a functional vaginal rejuvenation treatment,” meaning that the treatment is used to treat an actual medical problem with the vagina. MonaLisa Touch® uses a specially-designed fractional CO2 laser, which reactivates the production of collagen and restores the condition of the vagina wall. The CO2 laser gently creates “indistinguishable micro-lesions” on the vaginal wall. These micro-lesions are necessary to trigger…

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    those side effects are: stomach torment noxious emissions genital tingling redness swelling of the mucous layers Pathogenic microscopic organisms can bring about irritation of the coating of the vagina called vaginitis. Most importantly, all ladies ought to understand that in their vagina there are a wide range of microorganisms that can be helpful and pathogenic. What's more, the harmony between them relies on upon the capacity of the lady's ovaries, the way of life and the age.…

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    Essay On Early Labor

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    to 24 hours, but it can be short as a few minutes, in women who have had more than one child. Normally during labor the head of the fetus is in an inferior position within the woman’s pelvis so that the head acts as a wedge, forcing the cervix and vagina to open as the uterine contractions push against the fetus.…

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