Many women have some initial anxieties about the use of contraceptives. Most of such anxieties are however based on inadequate information, or even from biased anecdotes. The safety of reversible contraceptives is not in question. Not only do they prevent unwanted pregnancies, but contraceptives are also linked to a multitude of other health benefits.
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You need to cross-check your prevailing health status, and ensure you are in optimal health as you embark on getting pregnant. That means being up to date with all recommended health screening tests. Such screening includes sexual health screening, cervical cancer screening and any other relevant screening tests individualized to your specific circumstances.
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As the phrase puts it, it’s an estimated date of delivery (commonly termed as EDD). It’s never an accurate date, you may deliver several days before or after the EDD. There are several ways of calculating the EDD.
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Almost every woman, and some men, will have reasons to seek for Gynecological care at some point. It’s important that the correct care gets offered, in a good facility and by the most competent Gynecologist.
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Menopause signifies the end of natural reproductive potential, but not the end of sexual activities. The inevitable hormonal changes in the menopause have consequential effects on the functioning of the genital system. Women and their partners will thus experience new changes in sexual function, which may sometimes interfere with sexual enjoyment and satisfaction.
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