Most adult men and women will contract the HPV (human papillomavirus) at some point in their lives. Although, the majority of those infections will not result in cancer. However, understanding the facts about HPV and the HPV vaccine can assist you in protecting yourself and your family from HPV-related cancers like cervical cancer.
Home Remedies to Manage Adenomyosis
Adenomyosis occurs when the uterine lining thickens more than usual. It turns out that unless you have surgery to remove your uterus, there is no cure for Adenomyosis. However, this health condition is manageable in the comfort of your own home.
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PCOS is a woman's health condition in which the ovaries generate an unusual amount of androgens (male hormones) usually present in women's small amounts. The term Polycystic Ovary Syndrome refers to a condition in which the ovaries develop a large number of small cysts (fluid-filled sacs). If you have at least two of the resulting... Continue Reading →
Quick FAQs about Iron Deficiency
"Good health is not something we can buy. However, it can be an extremely valuable savings account." - Anne Wilson Schaef. A beautiful quote that reminds us how important to take good care of our health - physically and mentally. As some of you may already know, I was diagnosed with having HPV66, has a... Continue Reading →
3 Things I Hate the Most about Adenomyosis
Everything has pros and cons. We get that. Thus, we always want to be transparent about everything that we are involved with. Particularly if we are talking about our health, knowing the pros and cons will help us decide. For women who have Adenomyosis like me, let me share with you the three things I... Continue Reading →
Life with Adenomyosis
Adenomyosis occurs when uterine tissue grows and breaks through the uterine wall. Chronic period pains and heavy bleeding are two symptoms. Learn about Adenomyosis home remedies and care tips.
FAQs about Adenomyosis
Adenomyosis happens when the lining of the uterus becomes thicker than usual. During my monthly period, my doctor explained that the blood flowing in my uterus has cells within it. And some of those cells don't come out as period but rather break through the uterus wall and stay and grow there, making my uterus lining thicker than usual.
Series: 2nd Installment for Health Issue and Anxiety of 4 Another year has passed, and my pap smear is due. I'm having another bout of prolonged spotting. It's very timely that I need to go to the doctor for a check-up. I noticed that my spots' color is crimsoned. I suspect it is not typical... Continue Reading →