The MyoSure Procedure

The technologies in medicine keep developing every day. The doctors are implementing less traumatic ways of solving the problem with people’s health. Especially it concerns gynecology. A female intimate sphere is a very gentle structure. Surgical operations often cause complications that influence the subsequent problems with a woman’s health throughout her entire life and may significantly spoil its quality. For example, uterine surgery leaves scar tissue afterwards. The scars may cause different diseases, abnormal formations appearance or infertility and pregnancy miscarriages.

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Cervical Cancer Diagnostics

The cervical cancer is the second of the most frequent oncological diseases in women’s intimate sphere. The first place belongs to the endometrium cancer. The disease never develops in the unchanged epithelium. There are always the pre-cancer pathological changes in it. The modern scientists proved that 90% of the cervical cancer are provoked by the papilloma virus. This virus can also become the reason of dysplasia of the cervical epithelium. The absence of timely treatment makes this state transform into the cancer. It is important to know that any stage of the cervical cancer is possible to treat successfully.

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What Is Uterine Adenomyosis?

Adenomyosis is quite a common disease of female gynecological sphere. Its frequency goes up to 60-70%. In most of the cases it is diagnosed in women after 30. It is a pathological state of the uterine endometrium when the endometrial cells grow into the muscle wall of the uterus. The muscle fibers around these ingrown cells are getting thicker. The entire uterus increases in size. Sometimes the ingrown endometrium even forms hotbeds in the uterine wall, sometimes it forms bundles. They look very similar to the myoma bundles. This is the reason that often they are difficult to diagnose during the ultrasound exam. However, they often go combined.

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Incomplete Abortion Symptoms

Incomplete abortion is the pathological state during a woman’s pregnancy. It is the situation when the egg has fully separated from the uterus, the fetus is dead, but it does not come out. Such state can be diagnosed up to 20 weeks of pregnancy. On the later term, it is called antenatal fetus death and cannot be classified as abortion. The incomplete abortion usually occurs because of the medical mistakes while performing the abortion procedure. The most risky case of abortion options in this context is medication-induced abortion.

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Get Ready To Pelvic Ultrasound Exam

The pelvic ultrasound examination is quite a common procedure in the diagnostic of different diseases. To receive the true and quality results, there are certain preparations required before it. The ways of performing the diagnostic can be different, and they require different methods of preparation, too. There ultrasound exam may perform in transabdominal, transvaginal, transrectal or combined way.

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Does Position Matter?

There exists a very popular idea about the importance of sexual position for the fertilization. Many people believe that some certain positions for sex increase the couple’s chances on getting pregnant. There is even an idea about the influence of sexual position on the future’s baby sex and personality. If the last one sounds doubtlessly ridiculous and does not even need explanations, the first two ideas have at least a little scientific ground. The believed dependence on the child’s sex on position is explained by some specific qualities of X- and Y-chromosome carrying spermatozoids. What about the chances on pregnancy?

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Abnormal Hymen Development

The abnormal development of hymen means its wrong structure. It may cause the closed vaginal opening. One or several additional holes may form there in such case. While diagnosing the anomaly, it is very important to determine the exact type of pathology. It will help to choose the proper treatment strategy not to let the abnormality completely spoil a woman’s life quality.

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Peripheral Arterial Disease

Peripheral arterial disease, or PAD, is quite widely spread pathology that may occur because of various reasons. No matter what was the provoking factor, the progressing of disease always goes the same way. The vessels involved into its process are slowly getting narrower. In case when the proper treatment does not perform, the development of disease leads to the full occlusion of the vessels. It causes ischemia of the tissues they supposed to nourish.

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