Urinary incontinence — why it  happens?

Urinary incontinence is a fairly common problem. At least once in a lifetime, more than half of all the women have it. Incontinence can occur both in young women after childbirth or surgery, and in older women, after the onset of menopause.

For a woman, urinary incontinence is a serious problem. It’s worsen the quality of life, leads to disorders in the sexual and psychological sphere, can provoke depression.

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The Goals Of Cryodestruction Treatment

Cryosurgery is now successfully used in different spheres of medicine. This method performs its action through the deep freezing of the tissues. The effect is possible thanks to the liquid nitrogen. Its action causes the dysfunction of the vital processes in the cell. This naturally causes the cell’s death and then its gradual abruption. The pathological hotbed that have appeared on the surface of the skin or mucous membrane disappear without trace.

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Do you have a Plan B?

Every young woman should and truly can take care of her health and body. The modern possibilities of pharmacology give you this opportunity.

Today, there is no need to wait and worry: “Will menstruation come after unprotected sex or not”. You can use Plan B or Plan B One Step. It’s a type of emergency contraception. Protect yourself from unwanted pregnancy or abortion.

How does it work and what is the difference between Plan B and Plan B One Step?

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Rehabilitation After Polyp Removal

The treatment of polyps has two stages. The first is the removal of the mucous formations, and the second is the rehabilitation period after the removal operation. If the doctor is responsible for the quality of the first stage procedure, the patient has full responsibility over the successful recovery.

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Menopausal Endometriosis

In the earlier times, endometriosis was considered the disease of women in reproductive age. But the latest statistics shows that it occurs more and more often in women during their menopause. Hardly it is the change of the tendency, perhaps such data are connected with the improvement of the diagnostic methods. In the menopausal period, it is very difficult to diagnose endometriosis because of the rebuilding of hormonal systems and multiple changes in her organism. The earlier the disease is diagnosed, the easier it will be endometriosis treatment. Menopausal endometriosis is especially dangerous because the disease in this period may have serious consequences for a woman.

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Pathological Vaginal Discharge

Vaginal discharge is a normal and natural thing for a woman. This is the way vagina cleans itself. However, you should be attentive to such qualities of vaginal discharge as their amount, color, smell and consistency. The pathological discharge is usually only a symptom of some urogenital disease. The treatment should be focused not only on getting rid of the unpleasant symptoms, but to do it in complex and remove the reason of their appearance. In this very case, a woman requires vaginal examination, analysis and USD diagnostics.

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Greenish Vaginal Discharge

A woman’s organism is a complicated system. The changes in one sphere of it bring changes in its entire work. On noticing any strange or discomfort symptoms, the first thing you need do is visit the doctor. Today we are going to speak about abnormal vaginal discharge of greenish shade that often bring fear to women. What does such pathology mean?

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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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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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