4 Types of Hysterectomy, its Procedure & Recovery Time

4 Types of Hysterectomy, its Procedure & Recovery Time

Hysterectomy is a surgery, which includes removal of uterus and its supporting structures, as required by the underlying condition. There are 4 types of hysterectomy surgeries and it is important to know about the procedure and its recovery time. For some conditions, alternatives to hysterectomy may be considered.

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Adenomyosis: Causes, Signs, Symptoms, Treatment, Risk Factors, Diagnosis

Adenomyosis

The cause of adenomyosis is not known and this disease usually disappears after menopause. There are treatments which can help in relieving the symptoms of pain and discomfort; however, the only cure for Adenomyosis is hysterectomy.

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Causes of Menstrual Cramps or Period Pains & its Treatment

Causes of Menstrual Cramps or Period Pains & its Treatment

Menstrual Cramps are most commonly known as period pains. Primary menstrual cramps or period pains are mainly caused due to the release of prostaglandins during contraction of uterus in menstrual periods. Endometriosis, adenomyosis and uterine fibroids can cause secondary menstrual cramps or period pains. There are variety of treatment options available for menstrual cramps or period pains including medications, surgery and home remedies.

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Complications of Polyhydramnios

Complications of Polyhydramnios

Polyhydramnios is a condition in which the amniotic fluid surrounding the foetus inside the womb of the mother increases in an excessive amount. Severe Polyhydramnios requires treatment as it can cause several other complications.

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Dangers of Ectopic Pregnancy

Dangers of Ectopic Pregnancy

It is right to mention that ectopic pregnancy is life threatening. It must be mentioned that ectopic pregnancy is one of the leading cause of pregnancy-related death caused during the first trimester in the U.S.A. dangers of ectopic pregnancy includes Vaginal bleeding with nausea, lightheadedness, fainting, shoulder pain.

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Does Hysterectomy Cause Weight Gain, Know the Causes of Weight Gain After Hysterectomy & How to Prevent It?

Does Hysterectomy Cause Weight Gain, Know the Causes of Weight Gain After Hysterectomy & How to Prevent It?

After considering various factors, it can be said that hysterectomy can cause weight gain in some cases. However, if the necessary precautions are taken, appropriate diet and exercise is planned, weight gain after hysterectomy can be avoided.

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Do’s & Don’ts After IUI and IVF

Do’s & Don’ts After IUI and IVF

The outcome and fruitfulness of IUI and IVF largely depend on various factors. Know the Do’s and Don’ts of IUI and IVF.

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Ectopic Pregnancy or Eccyesis: Types, Causes, Signs, Symptoms, Investigations, Treatment

Ectopic Pregnancy or Eccyesis

If ectopic pregnancy or eccyesis is not addressed immediately, it can prove to be very dangerous with the possibility of extreme blood loss resulting in a life threatening condition. Know its causes, symptoms, signs , treatment.

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Endometrial Cancer or Uterine Cancer: Symptoms, Treatment- Radiation, Hormone Therapy

Endometrial Cancer or Uterine Cancer

Commonly Recommended Treatment for Endometrial Cancer or Uterine Cancer is Hysterectomy. It is a surgery done to remove the uterus. Know the Stages, Causes, Symptoms, Treatment-Radiation, Hormone Therapy.

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Endometrioma or Chocolate Cyst: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Diagnosis

Endometrioma or Chocolate Cyst

Endometrioma is also known by the name endometriotic cyst or Chocolate cyst and are localized form of endometriosis or the benign estrogen-dependent gynecological disease; and are mainly caused within the ovary. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment and diagnosis of endometrioma or chocolate cyst. Also know if endometrioma or chocolate cyst can affect the fertility or not.

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Endometriosis: Causes, Signs, Symptoms, Treatment

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is one of the most common gynecological problems today and usually takes a long time before it gets diagnosed. Know the Etiology, Signs, Symptoms, Treatment-NSAIDs, Painkillers, Surgery.

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Fibroids & Its Detection

Fibroids & Its Detection

Being tumors, fibroids can be a serious ailment if left untreated. Fibroids are also termed as fibromas, uterine myomas and leiomyomas. Early detection of fibroid can help in timely treatment, hence is it important to know how fibroids are detected.

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How to Know if You Have Fibroids & The Factors That Trigger Fibroid

How to Know if You Have Fibroids & The Factors That Trigger Fibroid

It is very challenging to live with fibroids. Often fibroids remain hidden where symptoms are hardly evident but some women are seen to experience fibroids with apparent symptoms. This article explains how to know if you have Fibroids, the factors that trigger fibroid and treatment options to get rid of it.

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Pap Smear After Hysterectomy: Is it Necessary?

Pap Smear After Hysterectomy

It is necessary for women who have undergone partial Hysterectomy to take Pap Smear Test after Hysterectomy in order to rule out any chances of infection or cervical cancer. Females who have undergone Hysterectomy due to conditions like uterine cancer also need to have regular Pap Smears after Hysterectomy so as to check whether the cancer has spread to the cervix or not.

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Swollen Uterus or Enlarged Uterus: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Home Remedies

Swollen Uterus or Enlarged Uterus

There may be numerous reasons for the uterus to become swollen or enlarged with the most common reason being a uterine fibroid. This article explains what does it mean to have swollen uterus or enlarged uterus, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and home remedies.

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