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Menopause or Pregnant

You experience a number of signs and symptoms when you enter menopause. These symptoms indicate your body is experiencing a change. However, it is important to bear in mind that the symptoms you think are of menopause might sometimes be the classic signs of pregnancy. So, are you experiencing menopause …

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What Happens During Menopause?

A woman has a definite number of eggs in ovary, which are released one by one during ovulation till she reaches menopause. Both ovulation and menstruation occur in a cyclic manner under the influence of hormones estrogen and progesterone. Menopause means the cessation of menstruation and actually marks the end …

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What Does Giving Birth Feel Like?

Thinking about labor can fill any soon-to-be mother with feelings of excitement, fear or trepidation. Each delivery and labor is unique, so what does giving birth feel like is no doubt the question that every expecting woman anxious to know. Here are a few ideas can help a pregnant woman …

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Birth Control & Blood Clots

Blood clots can occur in many different locations in your body. Blood clots are not always bad; in fact, it is important to stop bleeding of a cut or an injury. However, a number of other conditions can also cause blood clots in brain, lungs or other critical locations that …

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What Are Vaginitis and Vulvovaginitis?

Vaginitis and vulvovaginitis are very common conditions that affect many women each year. But do you know the difference between vaginitis and vulvovaginitis? Vaginitis describes the infection or inflammation of the vagina, while vulvovaginitis means the infection of the vagina and vulva. So the slight difference is that vulvovaginitis also …

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Why Is My Period So Heavy?

Getting your period is a fact of life for most women, but heavy periods can be a huge hassle. A heavy period is referred to as a menorrhagia and this is when you lose an excessive quantity of blood in consecutive periods. Some women will only experience the heavy periods …

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How to Sleep on Your Period

Sleeping during your period can be challenging. The pain, discomfort and fear of leakage make it hard to sleep peacefully. If you are wondering how to sleep well on your period, here are some simple things you can follow for a better night’s sleep. How to Sleep on Your Period 1.      …

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Hysterectomy Recovery

When you have a hysterectomy, they will be removing your uterus. This is the organ that holds a growing baby when you are pregnant. They take out the entire uterus and one or more of the ovaries and fallopian tubes depending on why you are having a hysterectomy. A hysterectomy …

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