Women’s reproductive health is a fragile thing. A lot of things can cause an imbalance in the body so that the woman remains infertile. Aside from that, there are numerous other things to look out for: STDs, cysts, yeast infections, adenomyosis, and adhesions.
For women who undergo fertility-sparing treatment for uterine cancer, subsequent use of fertility drugs is not associated with a higher incidence of cancer recurrence, according to research published in the January issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
The number of pregnant women diagnosed with cancer has increased over the past couple of decades, a new study from Australia suggests. In 2007, the most recent year studied, researchers found 192 out of every 100,000 pregnant and postpartum women received a cancer diagnosis - up from 112 per 100,000 women in 1994.
In the age of celebrity baby bumps, it’s no surprise that infertility would make its way into the gossip magazines and on entertainment blogs.
Positive results from clinical trials exploring algal DHA supplementation during pregnancy and infancy were presented this week at the 10th Congress of the International Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids - an international scientific society focused on research of dietary fats, oils and lipids.
PCOS is a disorder in which the ovaries, and sometimes the adrenal glands, produce excess amounts of hormones known as androgens. Women with PCOS typically have menstrual irregularities and may have difficulty getting pregnant. Infertility treatment for the condition typically involves ovulation induction — drug treatment to stimulate the release of an egg. Before ovulation induction, physicians may administer a single course of progestin. Progestin leads to a thickening in the lining of the uterus. Without continuous administration of progestin to maintain the thickening, the uterine lining is sloughed off, and bleeding begins. The idea behind the treatment is to simulate the bleeding that occurs at the beginning of the monthly menstrual cycle.
India spends only 0.9% of GDP on public health, merely one-third of the less developed countries’ average, says a WHO report. This has encouraged private health care, which is largely inaccessible to most of the public. Ram Manohar, a poor farmer, has walked some 10 kilometers to reach the nearest public health care center in his village in the east Indian state of Orissa. The drugs necessary to cure his ailment are out of stock, so he receives a simple painkiller and a drip of glucose instead. In another case, Aditya, a corporate executive, gets admitted into a state-of-the-art private hospital for a stomach upset. He gets the best treatment, paid for by his medical insurance.
‘Though Karnataka and Maharashtra lead in patient care, people will prefer Kashmir if better facilities are provided Chairman of National Board of Quality Promotion..
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