If you suffer from severe endometriosis symptoms, you've likely done a lot of research on how to find relief. One of the most effective nonsurgical treatments for endometriosis involves the use of GnRH agonists, which affect your body's hormone production. Endometriosis symptoms begin when endometrial tissue starts growing in your body in a location other than the inside of your uterus, which is the only place where endometrial tissue is supposed to be.
- Having a baby is one of the most life-changing things that can happen to a person. You may be faced with many different feelings at the same time. It can be exciting and terrifying all at once. It is important to pay close attention to your feelings during the postpartum phase. Many new moms go through something called postpartum depression after having the baby. This guide goes over the symptoms of this disorder and the steps to take if you have it.
- Women, from the time they begin menstruation until they are way past menopause, all have to go through the dreaded women's pelvic examination. The process is often more invasive than surgery, and every bit as uncomfortable, so why do OBGYN doctors insist on small talk or banter during the whole thing? Well, actually, there are some very good reasons for it. It Distracts You from What Is Going on "Down There"
- Many women make the erroneous assumption that as they near menopause, they can expect lighter bleeding. While this is sometimes the case, it is just as likely that they may experience heavier bleeding in the perimenopausal years, those years leading up to menopause. Sometimes, heavier bleeding will also occur with severe menstrual cramps that are debilitating and a monthly period that never seem to end. These symptoms will usually eventually cause a woman to seek out help from her gynecologist, where after further testing, a diagnosis of adenomyosis may be given.
- Most forms of birth control are highly effective when used correctly. Unfortunately, not everyone knows the ins and outs of their chosen birth control method and inadvertently make mistakes. To help you avoid the potential pitfalls of incorrectly using your birth control, here are some commonly made mistakes. You Nick the Sponge The sponge's effectiveness is greatly reduced when the sponge has a tear or nick in it. In most instances, the tear is done during insertion.