Many couples worry that the use of reversible family planning methods may somehow affect chances of future conception. Such concerns are erroneous. Reversible contraceptives only interfere with conception when in active use. Once use of a reversible contraceptive has been discontinued, fertility resumes promptly.
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The term ovarian cyst is known to most women in the reproductive age group. It denotes fluid-filled swellings within the ovary. Unfortunately, many women get quite anxious whenever a diagnosis of an ovarian cyst is made. Luckily, most cysts are innocent (or benign in medical terms), and usually disappear on their own without any active interventions.
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Most people have some kind of relationship with their regular doctors. But such relationships must always have clear boundaries, and should always remain professional. If certain lines are crossed, the relationship becomes something else, and can no longer be defined as a doctor-patient relationship.
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Every so often, you’ll hear of medical catastrophes emanating from of any given number of healthcare institutions in the country. Majority of the time, the public is never privy to adequate details about how events actually unfolded. What’s not in question however is that the ordinary Kenyan remains at risk of some medical misdemeanor whilst in pursuit of healthcare.
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It’s sometimes never completely clear how your doctor decides on specific recommendations for your treatment. You may be suffering from the same condition as someone else| but both of you may end up with very different recommendations| from the same doctor! Ever wondered why this tends to be the case?
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