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3 Things You Need to Know About Taking Birth Control

25 January 2017
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Many men and women are looking for viable sources of birth control. Proper education when it comes to intercourse is vital because there are more things that can go wrong than just an unwanted pregnancy. There are STDs, illnesses, and other problems that can arise when someone engages in sexual intercourse and are not prepared. Here are some things you need to know about birth control. 1. You Must Think About Protection From STDs
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Is An IUD Right For You?

22 August 2016
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If you're a woman looking for a safe and effective birth control without a lot of added side effects, then you might be considering an interuterine device, or IUD. These devices have been around in one form or another for decades, but many women nowadays don't give them much thought when they're choosing a type of birth control either because they don't know much about them or they think they're not safe.
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Four Kidney Disease Signs Pregnant Women Should Know

6 July 2016
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For pregnant women, understanding the potential complications that you can encounter are important. For example, one condition that some women aren't aware can occur during pregnancy is kidney disease. Here's a look at what you should know about the potential signs of kidney disease so that you can seek treatment right away. High Blood Pressure/Preeclampsia The development of kidney disease often leads to fluid retention. This retention of fluid can then cause high blood pressure, also called preeclampsia when it occurs during pregnancy.
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Are You At Risk Of Ovarian Cancer? New Report Finds ‘Gaps’ In Knowledge About The Disease

25 March 2016
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Look around you the next time you're at the store, at a sporting event or anywhere with a group of people. Can you count 75 women? The odds are that one woman in 75 will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer in her lifetime. That translates to more than 22,000 women getting a new diagnosis of ovarian cancer this year. But the most shocking statistic is that more than 14,000 of those women who are diagnosed will eventually die of the disease.
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4 Tips For Preventing Yeast Infections

12 February 2016
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Yeast infections are a common gynecological problem that affect many women at some point in their lives. While vaginal yeast infections are not dangerous, they can be very uncomfortable and few women want to deal with the symptoms that a yeast infection brings. If you find yourself dealing with chronic yeast infections, use the following tips to help prevent the infections from occurring: Wear Cotton Underwear Yeast infections thrive in damp, warm places, so if you get yeast infections often it is in your best interest to wear cotton underwear instead of underwear made of synthetic materials.
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Getting Excellent Medical Care

When you find out that you are expecting, your first priority might be to get a sonogram to check on that brand new little baby. However, in your hurry you might be tempted to choose an OBGYN without a lot of thought. However, finding a doctor that you feel comfortable with and who can give you proper medical care is crucial. My blog is filled to the brim with information about having your first baby, choosing a doctor, and enduring the challenges of labor and delivery. Having a baby is difficult, but the actual delivery doesn't have to be stressful and intimidating.