Pelvic pain is a common Gynecological complaint, reported by about 1 in 4 women attending Gynecology clinics. It often leads to a poor quality of life if left untreated. Patients need a systemic evaluation to make a specific diagnosis and offer appropriate treatment strategies.
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The wet season is here with us. We can expect good tidings on the agricultural front, but seasonal health concerns in pregnant women and other risky groups (children and the elderly) also arise. The cold and wet season is globally associated with respiratory infections, with flu being among the more serious infections.
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Genital warts are common, and usually cause no symptoms. But most women find them disfiguring and annoying. They may sometimes be painful or itchy, and can rarely interfere with childbirth.
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Involuntary tightening of the muscles around the vagina is referred to as vaginismus.There is usually no physical cause. It is a distressing condition that can potentially stop your sex life, cause relationship problems or even prevent you from starting a family.
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Women should plan pregnancies when chances of conception are highest, they are in good health, and are more likely to deliver a healthy baby. The optimal biological decade for conception is between 25 to 35 years. This optimal conception decade is dictated by the fact that women are born with a finite, genetically determined number of eggs in their ovaries. The pool of eggs is highest at birth amounting to about 2 million. However most of these eggs are destined to die, and by puberty, there are only about 500,000 left.
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