When the flag flies half-mast
A problem with having or sustaining an erection is referred to as Erectile Dysfunction (ED). Men with ED are unable to have satisfactory penetrative sexual intercourse. Studies suggest about 40 percent of men over the age of 40 suffer from some form of ED. Remedial measures are readily available, and men should not shy away from seeking help.
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Life without a uterus
The womb (uterus in medical terms) is a key organ that defines women and their reproductive potential. It’s a dynamic organ that responds in a predictable manner to female hormones produced by the ovaries. As soon as reproductive maturity is achieved, the uterus always keeps itself ready in anticipation for a potential pregnancy.
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Women’s health apps
There are apps for every imaginable task, and medical apps have not been left out either. The App Store alone is estimated to have about 40,000 medical apps, either for general health lifestyles or for turning mobile gadgets into medical devices.
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Urinary incontinence in women
Urinary incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine. It is embarrassing and stigmatising, and occurs in women for various reasons. Nobody should live with incontinence, there are various treatment options that allow the condition to be controlled or completely cured.
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Why maternal blood group matters in pregnancy
Blood group typing in pregnancy is important for various reasons. Standard blood groups are A, B, AB or O. Each group is additionally labelled either positive (+) or negative (-), which denotes what is called Rhesus factor. The Rhesus factor is a marker on the red blood cells, and majority of people have this factor and are labelled Rhesus positive. However, about one in every ten people are Rhesus negative.
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