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Female Bladder Control (Guest Writer)

by | September 2nd, 2010

Have you been noticing lately that you constantly need to go to the nearest comfort room to empty your bladder, and to your consternation, find that you cannot pass urine? Or maybe it has suddenly become painful to urinate? Ever had an embarrassing experience of finding yourself rushing to the office restroom and not making it on time? If you have experienced any of these, fret not. You are not alone. You count among the many women facing urinary incontinence or bladder problems.

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Biopsy And Use Of Clomid For Infertility (Guest Writer)

by | July 24th, 2010

When a woman finds out that she is infertile, it can be devastating. Just the sensation of knowing that she can’t conceive children is a very discourage experience. However, it is significant to know what causes the infertility because sometimes all it takes is a doctor’s advice or the use of a medicine to change…Read the Rest of Article

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Higher Vitamin D Levels May be Good For More Than Your Bones

by | June 21st, 2010

A Recent study from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) reported in the April issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology suggest Higher vitamin D levels are linked to a lower risk for female pelvic floor disorders. Female Pelvic Floor Disorders, or Pelvic Organ Prolapse, (Dropping of the Uterus, Vaginal, Urinary Bladder and/or Rectum) affects approximately one in three women over the age of 45.

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Study Shows Even Moderate Weight Loss Improves Female Urinary Incontinence

by | June 18th, 2010

Even a moderate amount of weight loss can go a long way toward relieving symptoms of female urinary incontinence in obese women.

A 2009 study by the University of California, San Francisco showed that women who lost as little as eight percent of their body weight experienced an average 47% reduction in episodes of both stress incontinence and urge incontinence, with some seeing the number of incontinence episodes drop by an astounding 70%.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Infertility

by | June 18th, 2010

It is an accepted fact that all living beings on the earth are able to reproduce. In fact the urge and desire to reproduce and keep the line going is central to all beings. Infertility not only disturbs the lives of the couple, but also affects their near and dear ones, who love them and want to see them happy. Here we are going to discuss a few questions, frequently asked by people.

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