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Common Misconceptions About Cancer

A Diagnosis of Cancer is a Certain Death Sentence Cancer is not an automatic cause of death. Recovery rates are continually getting better as scientists gain a deeper understanding of cancer and develop more effective treatments. It is also important to keep in mind that survival rates are highly variable depending […]

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Curettage

Facts About Curettage At a curettage removes some of the uterine lining. This may be after an abortion or delivery, wherein the uterus has not emptied completely. You can also make a D & C to investigate the uterus or cervix cell changes. It is a small procedure that can […]

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What Happens at Fertilization?

Facts About Fertilization Fertile women usually ovulate once a month, midway between two menstrual periods By intercourse during this period the egg could be fertilized by sperm from a man Fertilization occurs most often in the fallopian tube, and the egg will After a few more days transportation become lodged […]

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Cancer Of The Cervix

Facts About Cancer Of The Cervix Cervical cancer is cancer of the part of the uterus that protrudes into the vagina In South Africa, about 400 women diagnosed with cervical cancer each year The disease caused by Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) which is transmitted sexually Will the disease detected in an […]

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Gynaecological Examinations

Facts About Gynaecological Examinations Gynecology is the study of diseases of the female genitalia. It is a medical specialty, which includes signs of disease and diseases of the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, vagina and area surrounding the vaginal opening Clearing possible disease of the female genital organs consist of […]

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Cervical Polyps

Facts About Cervical Polyps A polyp of the cervix is ​​an outgrowth of a few mm to cm Polyps which arise from the cervical canal, protruding through the cervix and can be seen by the gynecological examination Polyps of the cervix is ​​frequent and about 99% are benign and harmless […]

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Uterine Prolapse Causes

Facts About Uterine Prolapse Causes Uterine prolapse or prolapse of the genitals caused by a weakening of the pelvic muscles and joints It occurs in approximately 50% of women over 40, but only about 6% have symptoms Typical causes are births (big kids, twins), heavy physical labor, constipation, heredity, obesity […]

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Vaginismus

Vaginismus (also known as vaginal penetration disorder) is the difficulty of performing intercourse, due to the contraction involuntary of the muscles of the lower third of the vaginal. It is an uncommon condition and women who suffer from vaginismus can enjoy sexual play and achieve orgasm since this dysfunction is […]

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HPV Infection

Facts About HPV Infections HPV infection can lead to condyloma (genital warts), cervical cancer, penile cancer, colorectal cancer, and cancer almond 80% of sexually active will in their lives have had an HPV infection HPV is sexually transmitted The vast majority of infections disappear all by itself and causes no illness […]

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