What is Cervicitis

September 21, 2017

What Is It Cervicitis? The cervix is the torus or ring l-shaped opening to the uterus. Cervicitis is a swelling and inflammation of the cervix. Indications of cervicitis can be comparable to vaginitis, with vaginal discharge, itching or discomfort with copulation. A sexually transmitted disease can produce cervicitis. Most regular are chlamydia and gonorrhea. Trichomoniasis and genital herpes can likewise cause cervicitis. Sometimes, cervicitis is not produced by infection. It…

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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

 Pelvic inflammatory disease, also called PID, is an infection that affects the productive family organs. PID is one of the most severe complication that occurs in sexually transmitted disease in women. It can also lead to reenable damage to the ovaries, uterus, fallopian tubes, and other parts of the female reproductive system. It is the principal preventable cause of infertility in women. How Common is Pelvic Inflammatory Disease? More than 1 million…

August 1, 2016
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Candidiasis ( Yeast Infection) Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

ਕੈਂਡੀਡੀਸਿਸ, ਖਮੀਰ ਸੰਕਰਮਣ, ਕੈਂਡਿਡਾ ਆਲਬਿਕਾਂਸ.
January 20, 2016

Candidiasis is a fungal infection that can affect areas of the body such as the: Blood Skin Genitals Throat Mouth This indication is caused by the overproduction of yeast called Candida or Candida Albicans. This fungus is found in small amounts within the body. There are certain types of medicines and health issues that could lead to yeast growth, in particular in warm and moist parts of the body. There…

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What is Ovarian Cancer?

December 28, 2015

Ovarian cancer begins in an a women’s ovaries. Ovaries are are the female reproductive gland. The ovaries produce eggs or ova for reproduction. During reproduction the eggs travel through the fallopian tube into the uterus, where the fertilized egg implants grow into a fetus. Both ovaries are normally the size and shape of an almond, iThe ovaries are the primary source of female hormones estrogen and progesterone. There is one…

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