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Common Reproductive Health Concerns For Women

common reproductive health concerns for women, endometriosis, urinary tract infection, uti, polycycstic ovaries syndrome, pcos, uterine fibroids, family planning, reproductive health

Endometriosis One of the common health problems that women face is endometriosis, which affects the uterus—the most important organ during pregnancy because it’s where the baby develops. Endometriosis occurs when the endometrium, the kind of tissue that lines the uterus, grows in places other than inside the uterus. It can grow on the ovaries, behind […]

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Common Reproductive Health Concerns For Men

Ejaculation Problem These might include the lack of ability to get and maintain an erection firm and long enough for sex (erectile dysfunction) or, uncommonly, a persistent and usually painful erection that isn’t caused by sexual gratification or arousal (priapism). Other typical concerns might include the inability to ejaculate, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, painful ejaculation […]

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Routine Health Check Every Guy Should Start Doing

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Testicular cancer accounts for only about 1% of all cancers in men. But taking for granted your manly health should not be an option, especially when it’s so easy to get yourself checked. The testicular self-examination (TSE) is an easy way for guys to check their own testicles to make sure there aren’t any unusual […]

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Male Sexual Anatomy

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The male sexual anatomy or male genital system is divided into two categories: the internal parts which include the seminal vesicles, testes, vas deferens, epididymis, prostate, ejaculatory duct, etc.; and the external parts which include the penis, foreskin, urethra, and scrotum.  Internal Sex Anatomy Testes The male sexual glands, testes are the two oval shaped […]

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Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding

abnormal vaginal bleeding, reproductive health, family planning

If you experience bleeding at times when it isn’t supposed to be your period, then that is abnormal vaginal bleeding. It can be: Bleeding between periods. Bleeding after sex. Spotting anytime in the menstrual cycle. Bleeding heavier or for more days than normal. Bleeding after menopause. There are many possible causes for abnormal bleeding. For […]

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Dysmenorrhea

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Dysmenorrhea refers to extremely painful periods from uterine contractions, and can be classified into two types: Primary dysmenorrhea, which is painful periods not caused by a disease or condition. Secondary dysmenorrhea, which is painful periods caused by a disease or condition. Mild symptoms of primary dysmenorrhea are normally nausea, vomiting, headaches, backaches, diarrhea, and severe […]

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Female Infertility

One out of ten Filipinos are infertile, according to research. Although millions of women deal with fertility problems, but many of them also go on to have babies. This section will help you know more about female infertility, diagnosis, and treatments available in the Philippines. What Is Infertility Women who have tried getting pregnant for […]

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