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  1. Progestin for Chronic Pelvic Pain

    Drug details for Progestin for chronic pelvic pain.

  2. Chronic Female Pelvic Pain - Symptoms

    Female pelvic pain describes pain that affects the lower abdomen and pelvis. Chronic female pelvic pain is defined as pelvic pain that has persisted for at least 6 months.

  3. Drinking Water Quality: What You Need to Know

    How much do you know about your drinking water quality? Is tap water or bottled water safer? Learn more here from WebMD.

  4. Moisture and Mold Problems: Preventing and Solving Them in Your Home

    Mold in the house isn’t just a problem for people with allergies or asthma. Prevent mold - and the health problems it causes - with these basic tips from the experts at WebMD.

  5. What to Expect From an Ob-Gyn Visit

    WebMD explains what an ob-gyn is, what to expect at yearly checkups, and how to find a doctor you're comfortable with.

  6. Protecting Your Home From Smoke, Gas, And Fire

    Learn more from WebMD about preventing and fighting fires in your home.

  7. Testing for and Removing Lead Paint

    Does your house have dangerous lead-based paint on the walls? WebMD tells you how to find out -- and how to fix it.

  8. Health Screening: Finding Health Problems Early - Screening, 13 Months to 12 Years

    Your child should have regularly scheduled checkups, often called well child visits. During these visits, your doctor will check your child's growth and development and examine your child for possible problems. Generally, a child is evaluated:At 15, 18, and 24 months of age.At 3 and 4 years of age. These checks are not specifically related to disease detection but are intended to see whether your

  9. Health Screening: Finding Health Problems Early - Topic Overview

    What is early disease detection?Early disease detection is the use of:Screening tests to find diseases before symptoms appear.Diagnostic tests to find a disease early in its course. Why should I think about early disease detection?Often, the earlier a disease is diagnosed, the more likely it is that it can be cured or successfully managed. Managing a disease, especially early in its course, may ..

  10. Health Screening: Finding Health Problems Early - Screening, Adult Women

    Generally, your child or teen is evaluated yearly from age 11 through 18. At each visit, your doctor will also check his or her growth and development. These checks are not specifically related to disease detection but are intended to see whether your child or teen is growing and developing normally. Normal checks include:School and behavioral concerns, such as failing classes or dropping out of .

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