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  1. Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE)

    Uterine fibroid embolization (UFE) is a procedure performed by a radiologist that blocks blood flow to fibroids in the uterus. Fibroids treated with this procedure shrink an average of 48% to 78%.1, 2 For women who are not planning a pregnancy in the future, UFE is a possible option in place of surgery for fibroids.You should not eat or drink anything for 4 to 8 hours before uterine fibroid ...

  2. Vaginal Medicines for Vaginal Yeast Infections

    Drug details for Vaginal medications for vaginal yeast infections.

  3. Normal Menstrual Cycle - Managing Menstrual Cycle Symptoms and Bleeding

    Keep a calendar and mark the day you start your menstrual period each month. If your cycle is regular, it can help you predict when you'll have your next period. It's also important to know the date of your last menstrual period (LMP) when you're pregnant and need to estimate your due date. If you're trying to figure out whether you have a pattern of premenstrual symptoms, it may be helpful to ...

  4. Endometriosis - Surgery

    Although surgery does not cure endometriosis, it does offer short - term results for most women and long - term relief for a few.

  5. Estrogen Therapy for Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

    Drug details for Estrogen therapy for dysfunctional uterine bleeding.

  6. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) - Health Tools

    This health tool will help you make wise health decisions or take action regarding PCOS.

  7. Functional Ovarian Cysts - Prevention

    Functional ovarian cysts cannot be prevented if you are ovulating.

  8. Exams and Tests

    Your health professional must first rule out all other medical causes of vaginal bleeding before diagnosing dysfunctional uterine bleeding. First, your health professional will: Review your history of symptoms and menstrual periods. (If possible, bring a

  9. Abnormal Pap Test - Cause

    Most abnormal Pap tests are caused by HPV infections. Other types of infection—such as those caused by bacteria, yeast, or protozoa (Trichomonas)—sometimes lead to minor changes on a Pap test called atypical squamous cells. Natural cell changes that may happen during and after menopause can also cause an abnormal Pap test.What increases your risk of having an abnormal test result?Certain sexual behaviors—such as having sex without condoms and having more than one sex partner—increase your risk of getting an HPV infection. And an HPV infection raises your risk for having abnormal test results.Other things that may also play a role in increasing your risk include:Smoking.Having an impaired immune system.Having been exposed to the drug DES while your mother was pregnant with you, though this is rare.If you have had one abnormal Pap test result, you're more likely to have another in the future.

  10. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease - Topic Overview

    Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a general term for infection and inflammation of the upper reproductive organs in women. It is often, though not always, a complication of a sexually transmitted disease (STD). PID may include infection and inflammatio

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