UTI:

Urinary tract infections (UTIs), also known as bladder infections, which are common problem for many people. Even though anyone can get the infection, girls/women tend to get it more often.

If a bladder infection was diagnosed early, it is generally not a big deal to treat the infections. You can find easily if you have UTI with a urine test at the hospital.

INFERTILITY:

Causes of the infertility or reproductive problems which includes disease & aging. Male infertility is as common as when comparing with female infertility. Infertility or reproductive problems were usually treatable with the infertility drugs & high-tech procedures.

OSTEOPOROSIS:

Osteoporosis or thinning bones may result in painful fractures. Risk factors for the osteoporosis which includes low body weight, aging, being female, low sex hormones or menopause, smoking, & some medications. Prevention & treatment which includes calcium & vitamin D, exercise & osteoporosis medications.

FIBROIDS:

Fibroids are the growths which may be found in the uterus. Made up of the muscle & fibrous tissue, fibroids form when the cells grow abnormally. Fibroids were found in 25% of all the women population in their 30s & 40s, & tend to appear in the black women more than when compared to white women.

A pelvic exam can help to identify if you have fibroids. Other tests which may includes an ultrasonography which is similar to the ultrasound & laparoscopy. Drugs called as gonadotropin releasing hormone antagonists can also shrink the fibroids.

YEAST INFECTION:

If you are having vaginal discharge that is white & clumpy or thick & milky, plus a really annoying itch, you may probably having something called as a yeast infection or candidiasis it is a common vaginal disorder which is caused by yeast known as Candida albicans. Doctors will give you a prescription or a one-dose oral prescription medication.

OVARIAN CYSTS:

Ovarian cysts are bubble-like growths in the ovaries, the part of body which produces & releases eggs. These cysts may be filled with fluid, blood or other material.

Most cysts doesnt produce any symptoms unless they become ruptured or twisted then you may feel intense abdominal pain & nausea. Any type of cyst should be checked with the doctor. Even though most of the ovarian cysts are not generally cancerous, so one should not take a chance.

ENDOMETRIOSIS:

Endometriosis is a disease which affects girls & women during menstrual years. Generally with endometriosis, the uterine lining called as endometrium moves outside the uterus & builds up in other parts of the body, mostly in the area around uterus. This can also affect how the ovaries, fallopian tubes, & the other pelvic organs work.