Women’s Reproductive Health

Turner Syndrome

Turner Syndrome is a chromosomal condition first described by Dr. Henry Turner in the 1930’s.  It affects only females, and is characterized by short stature and the lack of normal sexual development at puberty.  Turner Syndrome (TS) affects one in 2,500 live female births and may account for up to 10% of all miscarriages. TS …

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What You Need To Know For Planning Pregnancy After Miscarriage?

Planning for pregnancy after a miscarriage is really a most difficult decision for most of the couples. Dealing with pain and grief of a miscarriage makes conceiving again as an impossible and sometimes a disagreeable condition for some couples, but some others want to become pregnant immediately. However, you should wait to conceive until you …

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Prolonged Loop Diuretic Use May Increase Risk Of Fractures In Postmenopausal Women

According to the recent report, use of loop diuretics doesn’t seem to be related with changes in bone mineral density, fractures and falls in postmenopausal women. However, prolonged use may raise the risk of falls or fractures in this group. Loop diuretics are usually prescribed for congestive heart failure treatment. These particular agents increases calcium …

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Are You Looking For Best Birth Control Option After Pregnancy?

Are you thinking about birth control options after child birth? It is quite common for new mothers to think about birth control options immediately after pregnancy, particularly if it is your first pregnancy. Even if you are a breast feeding mother there is no guarantee that you are not probable to get an unexpected pregnancy. …

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