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Permanent sterilization is a method of contraception that should be considered by women who have completed their childbearing. But all methods are not created equal. This article discusses the different methods and the associated risks.
Desquamative Genital Disorder
Have you been treated over and over again for discharge, itching and genital inflammation but the symptoms continue to recur? If this describes you, then read this article that explains a rare inflammatory condition that is often missed.
Postmenopausal women can develop genital tract inflammation with symptoms comparable to those caused by infections. This similarity may lead to misdiagnosis and incorrect treatment. Read this article to learn more about this common treatable problem that can plaque women after menopause.
Trichomoniasis is the most common, non-viral sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. and quite common worldwide. Many women have this infection and don’t even know! This article describes this unusual parasite and its treatment but also explains the importance of immediate treatment.
Discharge with odor is a sign of a bacterial infection which is easily treated. Read this article to learn the causes, treatment and ways to prevent it.
Candida or Yeast Infections
Yeast infections are a common cause of distress, discomfort and expense for women. Read this article to understand more about the cause and treatment of this annoying problem.
Common Causes of Female Genital Infections
Genital discharge, odor and irritation are the “bane of the female existence”. Read this article to understand the common causes.
Cancer Screening Tests
There is something you can do to prevent cancer! Read this article to learn about the recommended screening tests which are easy to obtain and can be life saving.
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