Tag: menstruation

Pain during ovulation

Pain during ovulation

Around 20% of women experience discomfort or pain on a single side of the abdominal area during ovulation, which takes place half-way through the menstrual cycle and can become very painful.

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Tips to relieve menstrual pain

Abdominal discomfort before or during menstruation

Headache, stomach discomfort, fatigue, bloating, irritability, etc. These are a few symptoms associated with menstruation capable of affecting your daily routine. In this article, we will give you simple tricks to cope with them.

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Sterility and psychology

Worried couple

The psychological factor plays an important role when it comes to having children. Many couples, who are obsessed with being parents, have fertility problems caused by anxiety.

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Menstrual clots

Coagulation during menstruation

Clots during menstruation are common in many women and, unless they are accompanied by other symptoms, there’s no reason to worry.

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Preserving the fertility

Postponing motherhood

The preservation of their fertility allows many women to delay their biological clock and decide when they want to be a mother. It is also a solution for the infertility caused by cancer treatments.

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Preparation of the endometrium

Early pregnancy stage

The endometrium has to be prepared prior to the implementation of an assisted reproduction treatment. Therapeutical drugs are used to increase the thickness of the endometrium so as to facilitate embryo implantation.

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Fallopian tube obstruction

Hysterosalpingography (HSG)

The obstruction of the fallopian tubes is one the reason of sterility usually diagnosed at consultation in an assisted reproduction centre. In case surgery is not enough to solve the problem, assisted reproduction techniques are an alterantive to battle infertility.

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Phases of the menstrual cycle

Follicular phase

Regulated by hormones, the ovarian cycle consists fundamentally of three phases: the follicular phase, the ovulatory phase, and finally the luteal phase. At each phase, different sets of hormones take part.

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