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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) from Jessy's blog


While planning for pregnancy, you should  The Menopause Myth Review  stop all types of antidepressant medicines at least 6 months before. You should consult your psychiatrist or gynaecologist before starting or stopping any type of medicine. If you've severe clinical depression, there is no point in taking the risk for both, child and the mother.

Many women suffer from irregular menstrual cycles. A fibroid in the uterus may be one of the reasons for this irregularity in the periods. Many people think that fibroids and polyps are one and the same thing, whereas it is not so. These are two different irregularities having almost the same symptoms which create confusion. It is important to differentiate between these two irregularities, so that proper treatment, according to the problem, may be started.

A fibroid is muscular tumor developed in the inner side of the uterus. Most of them are harmless. These are not malignant, and also called as benign. These can be in the shape of a cluster/s or may be a single tumor. These may be small or big. The result is an enlargement of the abdomen, feeling of fullness, and painful periods. Heavy bleeding may also be experienced, resulting in anemia. It may also hamper your pregnancy.

Previously the women over the age of 50 years were the victims of this disease, but now women over the age of 30 years are experiencing this problem. Polyps are muscular growth in the endometrial lining of the uterus. These are small in size, having a diameter less than 1 cm. These muscular growths may become malignant and cancerous. These are dangerous and therefore should be taken seriously.

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