Are you pregnant and have you been suffering from headaches? They're most likely caused by hormonal changes or other benign though annoying factors, but headaches during pregnancy can also point to serious complications. Here's what you need to know.
Do your vaginal yeast infections keep coming back? Conventional azole antifungals may not work for you, so how do you get rid of vaginal candidiasis and keep it that way?
All those pregnancy hormones place you at a higher risk of yeast infections during pregnancy. Are yeast infections during pregnancy dangerous, and what home remedies and medical treatments for vaginal candidiasis during pregnancy work best?
So, you're dealing with a vaginal yeast infection (again)? You may want to explore home remedies to treat your vaginal fungal infection — but which ones are effective, and what should you know about them?
Up to seven percent of all babies develop a yeast infection known as oral thrush in their first month of life. How can you recognize thrush in babies, and how is oral candidiasis treated in infants?
When diagnosed with uterine prolapse, in most cases, you will be able to elect to follow a conservative treatment plan to find relief. One of the most popular avenues for treatment is vaginal pessary, but their use is not as simple as you may think.
Having a prolapsed uterus is a burden in itself but when you start hearing gossip about exercise limitations and your new sedentary life, it is no wonder that patients are hysterical when they come to the clinics. Are these restrictions really needed?
Leukemia is the most common cancer of childhood with significant correlation found between environmental factors and the development of leukemia. Research has been conducted on maternal use of folic acid, fruits and vegetables, cured meats and alcohol.
Have you heard that regular exercise helps reduce the symptoms of endometriosis? You may be wondering how physical activity could help reduce a reproductive system disorder, and what kinds of exercise you should be doing.
Endometriosis can make life hell, but can food come to the rescue? Is there such a thing as an endometriosis diet that reduces your symptoms?