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Menopause Sexuality

Menopause is the stage of life when a woman’s ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone, causing menstruation and the ability to reproduce to cease. Working through the phases of menopause can be challenging, because it affects nearly every aspect of a woman’s life, including her sexuality. In menopause, a woman’s body produces less of estrogen […] Read More

Uterus Transplant

The first uterus transplant, completed in the United States Feb. 24, 2016, gives hope that the procedure could eventually be a viable solution for women suffering from infertility. Surgeons at the Cleveland Clinic placed the healthy uterus of a recently deceased donor inside the 26-year-old recipient in a nine-hour procedure. Unfortunately, two weeks after the […] Read More

Lactation Consultant

A lactation consultant is a specialist trained to help you breastfeed your baby. Babies should drink only breast milk for their first six months, but if you are facing challenges that you are unable to handle alone and breastfeeding is becoming more stressful for both you and your newborn, help is available. Here are seven […] Read More

Breast Lump Examination

Finding a breast lump through self-examination or from a screening can be a frightening experience. While 80% of lumps are harmless, you still need to make an appointment with your doctor for further evaluation lest you be among the 20% who have cancer or other abnormalities. Early detection will ease your mind and potentially save […] Read More

Pap Smear Guidelines

Cervical cancer screening is an important part of women’s preventive health. Cervical cancer is unique in that it is nearly always preventable. With routine screening tests and vigilant follow up for abnormal results, almost all cases of cervical cancer can be prevented from ever happening! Two different tests are used to screen for cervical cancer. […] Read More

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