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MENORRHAGIA DEFINITION, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT

MENORRHAGIA DEFINITION, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT

Understanding Menorrhagia – Menorrhagia is a prolonged menstrual condition and bleeds more than usual. Under normal circumstances, the blood that comes out during menstruation is about 30-40 milliliters (about 2-3 tablespoons) for 4-5 days. In the condition of menorrhagia, the blood that comes out can reach 80 milliliters. However, that number cannot really be used…

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DYSPAREUNIA DEFINITION, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT

DYSPAREUNIA DEFINITION, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT

Understanding Dyspareunia – Dyspareunia or painful intercourse is a pain that occurs continuously or occasionally in the genital area and occurs just before, during, or after sexual intercourse. Vagina, clitoris, and labia are areas that generally feel pain when people with dyspareunia have sex. The disorders commonly experienced more frequently in women than in men…

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GESTATIONAL DIABETES DISEASE DEFINITION, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT

GESTATIONAL DIABETES DISEASE DEFINITION, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT

Understanding Gestational Diabetes Disease – Gestational diabetes is diabetes that occurs during pregnancy. This condition can occur because it is triggered by changes in glucose metabolism when pregnant, especially for gestational age above 6 months. This disease usually threatens pregnant women with excess body weight, has a history of diabetes in the family, and had…

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AMENORRHOEA DISEASE DEFINITION, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT

AMENORRHOEA DISEASE DEFINITION, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT

Understanding Amenorrhoea Disease – Non-menstruation, or in a medical language known as amenorrhea, is a condition in which menstruation does not occur. It is normal to occur before puberty, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and after menopause. The normal menstrual cycle of a woman involves the interaction between hypothalamus-hypophysis-axis, ovaries, and healthy reproductive organs. Every woman has a…

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