Date : 05-06-2018

The fallopian tubes are two thin tubes present on each side of the uterus. This female reproductive organ connects the ovaries and the uterus. Fallopi

Date : 05-06-2018

What is IVF procedure? IVF is one of the highly used techniques of assisted reproductive technology (ART) and commonly known as In-Vitro Fertilizatio

Date : 05-06-2018

In fact, Most of us are not familiar with IUI Treatment ( Intrauterine insemination ) is a kind of artificial insemination that is used to c

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS is a common condition that affects a woman's ovary. This is a common endocrine system disorder with the following main features: Excess androgen : The level of male hormones in the body increases and results in physical signs such as excess facial or body hair. Irregular Periods: PCOS affects the ovaries and the ovulation will not happen properly Polycystic Ovaries: The ovaries become enlarged and the eggs will be surrounded by many fluid filled follicles. But a patient with PCOS don't actually have cysts.[...]

Treatment for Menstrual Disorders

Menstrual disorders are common among women today. From absence of periods to heavy periods and severe pain to large clots, menstrual disorders have a wide pattern. Treatment for menstrual disorders is based on the age of the patient and cause of the disorder. Though there is no universal standard for the bleeding quantity or pain, anything out of ordinary that tends to affect normal life activity is considered a disorder. […]

Finding the Root Causes and Treating Recurrent Miscarriage

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss or recurrent miscarriage is stated as the occurrence of three or more consecutive pregnancies involuntarily ends before the 20th week. This clinically recognized loss of pregnancy is determined by an ultrasound or after the pregnancy loss, the tissues will be identified. What are the causes for recurrent miscarriage? Most of the miscarriages […]