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December 30, 2018

You have 7 million eggs as a female fetus that is 5 months old. However we only ovulate 400 eggs, and human females start losing viable healthy eggs before they even enter menopause. Having a later menopause means that you will be healthier. Many years of health ovarian hormone exposure is good for much of our health. The...

December 21, 2018

Uterine ablations are now both common and have been shown to significantly reduce the rate of hysterectomy. If you have had an endometrial ablation and have developed symptoms of pelvic pain you might have post endometrial ablation syndrome.

What is post-endometrial ablation syndrome? It is a constellation of symptoms due...

September 19, 2018

For women with hot flashes they are treatable. Severe symptoms will require medication, for those with mild symptoms they should try life style and simple modifications like your diet, your activity, your clothing, and your weight. Paced breathing is one of the best strategies to try, but you need to do it twice a day, an...

February 19, 2018

Most menstrual cramps are not "in one's head."

Most menstrual cramps are IRL, and have a cause, and because the cause can be identified: a treatment.

But then apparently some gynos have come to see some cases of menstrual crams as psychogenic! It's the phenomenon of feeling menstrual cramps after the uterus has been removed...

January 12, 2018

Periods can be fairly easy, passing some tissue at a time, or off can come the whole lining in one piece called a decidual cast. Here's what you need to know:

1. Your uterine lining thickness. the lining of the uterus is only 6-8 mm thick at the time of the menstrual period, and it is shed gradually, a few cells at a time....

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