Specialization: Gynecology and obstetrics

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Fibrocystic Mastopathy

What is Fibrocystic Mastopathy? Effective Diagnostic and Treatment Methods Fibrocystic mastopathy – phenomenon in which tissue accumulations similar in structure to a tightrope are formed in the chest. These changes aren’t classified as a pathology; they are quite frequent and aren’t considered dangerous in the medical community. Sometimes, fibrosis causes discomfort to women, particularly, provoking...

Endometriosis

Endometriosis: Symptoms, Diagnostic Techniques and Cure What is endometriosis?  Endometriosis – pathology provoking the expansion of internal uterus tissues. With endometriosis, tissues thicken, cracks appear in them, leading to their destruction and heavy bleeding during menstruation. If ovaries suffer from pathology, cysts form in them, irritating the surrounding tissues – it provokes scarring and adhesions....

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

What Causes Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)? Diagnostic and Cure Methods  Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) – disorder provoking the ovaries to generate excessive androgen – male sex hormone. In a healthy woman’s organism, this hormone type is present in small quantities. With androgen excess, small sacs with fluid inside are formed in the ovaries – filled...

Uterine Fibroids

Diagnostic and Treatment of Uterine Fibroids Uterine fibroids – proliferation of muscular tissues in the uterus. Mostly, such formations aren’t cancerous in nature and don’t progress into malignant tumors. Myoma is formed on internal organ surfaces or on outer walls. Myoma develops as a single formation or in combination with several same tumors. Sometimes, fibroids...

Cervical Dysplasia

Cervical Dysplasia: Cause, Diagnosis and Cure  What is cervical dysplasia? Cervical dysplasia – pathology provoking the abnormal cells spreading on the cervix. Unhealthy cells cover the cervix surface with a kind of dense layer, thereby preventing the normal organ functioning. Additionally, because of the presence of excessive cell numbers, the uterus increases in size, putting...

Uterine prolapse

What is Uterine Prolapse? Pathology Cure Methods Uterine prolapse – pathology provoking weakening of muscles for the internal uterus support. Prolapse degree varies based on how weak the supports are. With a slight weakening, the uterus slides down and its part is in birth canals. Outwardly, this phenomenon takes the lump’s external appearance, and a...

Amenorrhea

Amenorrhea Diagnosis and Treatment  Definition of amenorrhea Amenorrhea – condition characterized by the menstruation absence for a certain period or on an ongoing basis. Abnormal modifications in functioning of a woman’s reproductive organs can provoke amenorrhea. Amenorrhea isn’t always dangerous. During pregnancy or before puberty, this condition is natural. If the menstruation absence isn’t grounded...