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Dysmenorrhea

dysmenorrhea, period, menstruation, abdominal cramps, reproductive health, family planning

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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Menopause

menopause

Menopause is defined as the lack of menstruation for an entire year since a woman’s last period. It is a transition period for a woman’s new phase in life. Some find it liberating because menopause begins when the menstrual cycle finishes. Menopause is a natural process that women’s bodies go through. However, it can cause […]

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What Causes A Burning Sensation In The Penis?

A burning sensation in the penis can be very alarming, especially when you don’t know what’s causing it. The burning sensation is most felt during urination. It’s usually a symptom of any of a number of infections or sexually transmitted infections (STIs) most of which are very treatable.   Here are the most common causes of […]

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Different Vaginal Odors And Their Causes

Vaginal Odors

The television bombards us with a lot of advertisements for feminine washes and feminine products that promote different scents such as “passionate bloom” or “fresh blossoms”. All these products attempt to hide the vagina’s natural odor, and make us feel ashamed of how our body really works. […]

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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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Vaginal health at every age

Your body goes through a lot of changes as you age, and your vagina and genitals are no exception. You’ll probably notice and experience changes in how your vagina may feel or how your genitals look throughout your life. These changes are normal, but they can affect your bathroom habits and sex life. Here are […]

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