08 Apr Laparoscopic Ovarian Drilling for PCOS

What is PCOS? Polycystic ovary syndrome is a condition that causes the imbalance in the female sex hormones. This can lead to changes in menstrual cycle, an appearance of tiny cysts in the ovaries, trouble conceiving and various other problems. Eggs typically grow in tiny fluid-filled sacs...

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29 Dec Pelvic Organ Prolapse (Prolapse Of Uterus)

What is pelvic organ prolapse? The uterus, bladder and rectum are the organs that are present in the women’s pelvis and are held by muscles, ligaments and fasciaknown as pelvic floor. If this pelvic support gets weakened by overstretching (childbirth) or hormonal changes after menopause then the pelvic organs tends to sag from their normal position. This is known as pelvic organ prolapse. This prolapse can be sometimes so large that it bulges outside the vagina.

How common is pelvic organ prolapse? Prolapse is quite common and if it is mild then it might not even have any symptoms. However, it is advisable to visit a doctor as soon as you realize that you have a pelvic organ prolapse.

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19 Dec All You Need to Know about Uterine Polyp

Uterine polyps can cause problems with fertility and increase the chances of miscarriage. For conceiving and maintaining a healthy pregnancy it is essential to have a normal uterine cavity and endometrial lining (lining of the uterus cavity).

What is a uterine polyp?

A polyp is a tissue that has overgrown in endometrium of the uterus. Small polyps do not interfere with the reproductive competences of a female but if the polyps are large in size then they may cause infertility issues or increase the chances of miscarriage.

Polyps are prone to bleeding and a uterine polyp that develops near the fallopian tubes may hinder the opening of the tubes, possibly leading to difficulty with becoming pregnant. In rare cases, polyps can be cancerous.


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