women's health

IMPLANON – What you need to know!

The World Health Organization (WHO) states, “Reproductive rights embrace certain human rights that are already recognised in national laws, international human rights documents and other consensus documents. These rights rest on the recognition of the basic right of all couples and individuals to decide freely and responsibly on the number, spacing and timing of their

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INTRAUTERINE PRP

You have heard of Platelet- Rich Plasma (PRP), a concentrated blood product that contains a high percentage of platelets, used on the face, scalp, other parts of the body but have you heard of it being used as part of infertility treatment?  In recent years, PRP has been used alongside conventional fertility treatments like In

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Vaginal Discharge & UTI

VAGINAL DISCHARGE & UTI – HOW ARE THEY RELATED?

UTIs affect your urethra so they aren’t technically a vaginal imbalance. But, they often occur because bacteria around the vagina gets into the urethra since they’re very close in proximity. About half of all women will experience urinary tract infections in their lifetimes, and despite treatment, about a quarter will develop recurrent infections within six

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Why Do Women Leak Urine?

Urinary Incontinence (Leaking urine) Familiar with the term “laughed till you peed”? Well, in some women this can be a big concern and quite embarrassing as well!  You will be afraid to laugh, cough or even sneeze!! Some may leak a few drops of urine while running or coughing whereas others may feel a strong,

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vulvar ulcers

What Are Vulvar Ulcers?

It is normal to be worried after finding out that you have genital/ vulvar ulcers. But know that you are not alone. Genital ulcers are quite common in women and young adults, especially in those who are sexually active.  Where is your vulva? The vulva is the outer part of a woman’s genitals. Vulvar ulcers

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VULVOVAGINAL CANDIDIASIS

VULVOVAGINAL CANDIDIASIS

Most healthy vaginas contain bacteria and some yeast cells. But sometimes yeast grows too much and leads to an infection. Yeast infections can be very irritating and uncomfortable. A vaginal yeast infection, which is also sometimes called vulvovaginal candidiasis, happens when the healthy yeast that normally lives in your vagina grows out of control and

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Oral Contraceptive Pills for endometriosis

Oral Contraceptive Pills For Endometriosis

What is Endometriosis? Endometriosis is a benign gynaecological condition that is estimated to affect 10% of women in the general population and appears to be increasing in incidence. It is an estrogen-dependent inflammatory disease and is primarily characterized by menstrual pain, pain during sexual intercourse, chronic pelvic pain, and variable effects on fertility. The symptoms

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