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December 22, 2018

Women ovulate monthly, unless they are on a hormonal contraception or have a hormonal imbalance, from the time they go through puberty until age of menopause: so about 400 times. Each month that ovulation may produce a cyst, or a cyst can form from ovarian tissue that is not directly caused by ovulation. This picture show...

Yes! There are differences between your right and left ovary! But, a bit of a stretch to say which ovary is really your good ones. Each ovary has about the same number of eggs at birth, each ovary is about the same size, however there are both medical differences and differences in medical conditions that can occur prefer...

June 1, 2018

We have two ovaries, one will ovulate more regularly than the other. Removal of the ovaries at the time of hysterectomy for a woman who is still ovulating puts a woman at risk for certain diseases, while reducing the risk of ovarian cancer by about 98%. It has now been shown that losing both ovaries will  have various neg...

January 31, 2018

You are missing menstrual periods, having a hot flash, having some mood symptoms, and yet on a birth control pill. If this is happening to you it may be a sign of menopause. Women all want to know if and when they are going to go through menopause. We know the age of menopause is related to just how old you are, we know t...

January 30, 2018

Ultrasounds done in women after the age of menopause often find simple ovarian cysts as the one seen above. Steven Goldstein, MD Gyncecologist at NYU Medical School addressed the opening session of the 2012 North American Menopause Society Meeting and addressed what should happen when a gyno sees a small ovarian cyst in a...