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Pyometra and Your Dog

10th May 2011
Pyometra comes from the Latin language and is defined as a pus-filled uterus. The condition is usually seen in female dogs over five years of age, and the risk of the condition goes up with age. Unless the uterus is removed, which is a surgical procedure,... Read >
Author: Rebecca Ann

New Leucorrhoea Treatment with Natural and Home Remedies

24th March 2010
Leucorrhoea, generally known as whites refers to a whitish discharge from the female genitals. Leucorrhoea is an abnormal situation of the reproductive organs of women. If not treated correctly in the initial stages and it may become chronic. Recent inves... Read >
Author: Dr. Mital John

Endometriomas of the Vulva

01st March 2010
Endometriomas of the vulva can be very painful and requires medical attention so that appropriate action may be taken. Oftentimes a surgical operation is needed in order to remove the cyst and stop the pain. Endometriomas of the vulva is endometriosis... Read >
Author: James Pendergraft

Female Sterilization - Should A Woman Go For The Essure Device?

30th June 2009
Those women who opt to be sterilized will generally choose to undergo the procedure known as tubal ligation. However now there is another method of female sterilization which some women are selecting known as Essure, a permanent birth control device. W... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

What is Female Reproductive Surgery? Is it Right for You?

16th April 2009
Female reproductive surgery is defined as any surgical procedure that needs to be performed on the female reproductive organs. Female reproductive surgery can also be used for the treatment of disease, injuries or any sort of deformity. Female reproduc... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Tubal Blockage - How Can Blocked Fallopian Tubes Be Treated?

13th March 2009
There could be several reasons as to why a woman may be having problems conceiving. The most common reason of all could be that she has a tubal blockage that causes blocked fallopian tubes. In fact in the US today more than 6 million couples have problems... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Hysterosalpingogram (HSG)

21st January 2008
Women experiencing infertility may have a hysterosalpingogram (HSG) recommended to them by their doctor or infertility specialist. This is a test performed by X-ray that can help your doctor see inside of your uterus and fallopian tubes. The surrounding a... Read >
Author: Infertility Specialist
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