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Vaginal Diseases Female Reproductive System
Invasion: Gc passes from one to another via intimate contact. If this involves the genitals, it invades the male urine tube and can be found in the sperm producing gland and structures. Pain on voiding is common as is discharge.In females, it can invade the outside glands, the lining of the cervix, uterus and fallopian tube(abdominal pain).It can invade the blood in either sex & reduce fertility in both. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could you tell me what are some diseases that actually affect the male and female reproductive system?
Reproductive System: A gynegology exam should be done to rule out issues. Also follow up with your primary care physician. ...Read more
Does not affect any: HIV causes Immune deficiency and patients are more prone to infections which most people with normal immune system do not get HIV does not directly have ant effect on the male or female reproductive system but are more prone to infections of the reproductive system indirectly ...Read more
Many: Estrogen is produced usually when an egg is developing at the beginning of the reproductive cycle, responding to a FSH elevation from the pituitary. Then the LH surge occurs causing ovulation, which then produces Progesterone to help maintain implantation if pregnancy occurs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is a biopsy of the epididyms the female reproductive system? I need to know which organ system a biopsy of the epididyms belongs to
Someone told that ichthammol glycerin is useful for eradicating any kind of inflammatory problem of the female reproductive system.Is that true?
Ichthammol Uses: The following are normal uses for ichthammol: treating insect bites and stings from mosquitoes, spiders and bees, treatment of boils, removing splinters and slivers, treating plant irritations, such as nettles or poison ivy, treating minor skin infections such as an ingrown toenails, treating minor skin irritation in pets. ...Read more
Is there a term for a person who has a full female reproductive system, but a male pelvic bone from birth?
A woman: A person with a "full female reproductive system" is called a woman, regardless of whether or not she walks, talks, or thinks like a woman; and of course, regardless of what shape her pelvic bone happens to be. Pelvic bones come in all shapes and sizes, with features likely running in the family. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Whats a good way to insure a healthy female reproductive system. Are there any foods or drinks good for female reproductive.Any vaccine for std?
Healthy Reproductive: Systems can be maintained by always using barrier protection when having any sexual encounters. Hpv (the virus that causes abnormal pap smears) is spread by unprotected sex--as is genital herpes, hiv/aids, gonorrhea ; chlamydia.Because some of these diseases are not symptomatic in women, damage to uterus and fallopian tubes can cause infertility and chronic pelvic pain. Too late for hpv vaccine. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Varies tremendously: Infertility has many causes and thus the reproductive system has many changes when infertile. You are 40 and decreasing egg number and quality are important causes of infertility. We need to make sure the woman is ovulating and releasing an egg. We also need to check for female anatomy and sperm number and function. You should seek the advice of a specialist if you have concerns. ...Read more
What are the uterus and the womb in the female reproductive system ? Is there any difference between them ?
Same thing: These are two words for the same part of female anatomy. ...Read more
Not smart to do that: The only one i would say is a vaginal yeast infection, - many over the counter meds are around to treat that, but if the symptoms do not go away you need to see your gyn because you may have something different that will need to be treated or more than 1 infection at the same time, and sometimes you can have a yeast infection and an std at the same time or the symptoms could be similar. ...Read more
It depends: It depends on what's going on. If you are concerned, you should see your GYN. ...Read more
If your partner doesn't have any aids or anything and you have a lot of unprotected sex, could you get a vaginal disease?
STDs: It is very difficult to know what your partner has or doesn't have, and if there is any question in your mind you should be tested extensively. You can get bacterial vaginosis with or without sexual intercourse, but once you have it your partner has the potential of giving it back to you even tho you have been treated. Be careful. ...Read more
Infert. and cancer: Des (diethyl-stilbestrol) was an estrogen-like drug given to pregnant women to prevent miscarriage. It causes female offspring to have uterine malformations, vaginal adenosis that can be disabling, and a rare kind of cancer, clear cell cancer of the cervix. There may not be any symptoms. Des has not been used since the 60"s. ...Read more
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