Popular Caesarean Mistakes
Caesarean section helps to be born, according to statistics, every fifth baby. But despite the prevalence of the operation, it is increasingly becoming surrounded by various myths. There is heated…

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Violent bloating
Bloating, or, as doctors say, flatulence, is a very common phenomenon. It is caused by the accumulation of a significant amount of gas in the intestine and is manifested by…

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Infertility is not a sentence
Infertility is the scourge of our time. The infections, hormonal imbalances, poor-quality, “artificial” food products, the frantic pace of modern life, constant stress are to blame for this. And as…

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Do I need to remove an ovarian cyst?

Is an ovarian cyst dangerous, and if so, how much? How to treat her? Is it necessary to remove the cyst or can I do without surgery? These and similar questions arise in women when they make such a diagnosis.

What is a cyst?
This is a hollow formation in which the liquid is located. Simply put, this is a bubble (or bubble, if the formation is large), inside which there may be serous fluid, blood, pus, etc. (By the way, from the Greek cyst it translates as “bubble” or “bag”.) Cysts form on different body parts. Often they are located on the ovaries. Continue reading

What is a frozen pregnancy
By this name it is customary to understand a state when an embryo (or fetus) does not grow and does not develop and dies. Frozen pregnancy is also known as…

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9 things you can't do in intimate hygiene
Intimate hygiene is a very delicate and delicate matter on which a woman’s health depends. Any errors can lead to serious consequences. Many will be surprised now. What can be…

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Not so scary hell: the most popular side effects of birth control
All medicines have their own side effects. Contraceptives are no exception. Such actions are listed in the long instructions enclosed in the package. However, you should not be afraid of…

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Food intolerance and allergy: what is the difference?
These two pathological conditions are often confused. But in fact they are completely different for reasons, and for the mechanism of action, and for symptoms, and for prognosis. Treatment for…

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