Gynecological problems are uncommon in pre-pubertal girls. And if they occur, there is often a blur about which specialist to consult, a Paediatrician or a Gynecologist?
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Carrying a twin pregnancy is not an uncommon event. It occurs when the uterus carries two fetuses simultaneously rather than one. Having twins runs in some families, and age appears to be a contributing factor.
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Heavy menstrual bleeding is a common symptom among women of reproductive age. In fact, it’s one of the commonest reasons for attendance at gynecology clinics.
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Many factors need to be considered. Why did you require a Cesarean delivery? Were there any complications during the CS, or even during the recovery period? Consideration should also be given to potential factors that may have contributed to the baby’s death. Your prevailing health should also be taken into account, informing on the ideal birth spacing for you as an individual.
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Once a miscarriage has been diagnosed, a discussion needs to take place about how to manage the situation. It’s best to discuss with your regular gynecologist, or a nurse specialized in the management of early pregnancy problems.
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