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Common Myths About Menstruation and Reproduction
There are myths that still persist about female sexual and reproductive health. Read the top ten.
Implanon is a Revolutionary Contraceptive for Women
Implanon is a new implantable contraceptive device that works for up to 3 years.
Infertility is defined as the failure to conceive after 12 months of regular intercourse in the absence of contraception in a woman less than 35 years of age. Many test are available to determine the cause. Read this article to learn more.
Infertility affects approximately 15% of couples. The causes are many and older age is one major factor. With increasing life expectancy and more women pursuing careers, couples have delayed starting a family. Read this article to learn about the available methods to help couples conceive.
Low Libido in Women
It is estimated that nearly 50% of women experience low libido at some time in their life. Read about some causes and solutions to this distressing disorder.
Parenting and Teenage Relationships
This article is geared toward communicating with our teens.
Information on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
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.
The inability to conceive when desired is one of the most difficult challenges for a couple. It creates stress, distress and can lead to marital strife. The issue is complex and typically there are multiple factors that contribute to the infertility. Read this article to learn more.
Understanding Vulvar Disorders
Vulvar disorders can result from a number of causes and is a common reason for gynecologic visits. Read this article to understand the symptoms of potentially serious problems.
Uterine fibroids are the most common reason for hysterectomy. Learn more about this common condition.
Vulvar growths can occur anywhere in the genital region. They can come form the skin surface, deep skin layers, and even the glands. These growths can be benign or cancerous. Read this article to learn how to determine the difference.
Vulvar Plaques and Patches Gynecology Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Gynecology Site Map
The vulvar skin can develop allergic reactions and autoimmune responses that cause unusual patches or plaques. The appearance and other associated symptoms can help determine the cause of the skin changes. This articles reviews the common causes of patches and plaques.
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