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Going through Premenopause

We can look at 45 as a usual time when premenopausal symptoms first appear. Unlike the popular misconception, premenopause does not only refer to irritability and mood swings but a whole set of distinct physiological symptoms. These symptoms may be vague independently but together confirm a woman’s ingress into perimenopause. The symptoms every woman should be able to tell are irregularity of menstruation, hot flashes and associated stress/ irritability. Here irritability is not the primary sy
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Menopause

Although we started with tubal ligation, we will proceed with this health education in a systematic fashion. The reason we wrote about tubal ligation before anything else is because we received most of the queries pertaining to tubal reversal, the symptoms and other associated areas. We have decided to cover the vast area of menopause in various educatory sessions in a similar manner and hope to satisfy the curiosity of our loyal readership. Comprehending Menopause More than anything else, women
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Vaginal Atrophy: Dryness, Itching, and Burning

Vaginal atrophy can affect women of all ages but it is more common that women between the ages of 40 to 59 will suffer from dryness, itching, and burning related to vaginal atrophy. In the top ten afflicting problems of menopausal women, this is often at the top of the list. It is not expected or predictable. Vaginal dryness is because of many reasons. In younger women, dryness can be caused by birth control pills, surgical treatments (like cystectomy or tubal ligation), emotional issues, and m
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Spotting after intercourse

When you make love and have pleasant feelings, sometimes you find that you start bleeding, and this may ruin the moment for many couples. Many women ask 'why does this happen?' The reasons are many. While this could be the beginning sign of some serious disease, usually it is not. You should consult your doctor because this may lead to problems like infertility issues, uterine polyps, fibroids, some vaginal infections, or a lack of estrogen in vagina to lubricate it.  These all can lead to the
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Pregnancy with less tubal length

Tubal reversal is the process of reattaching the fallopian tubes that were separated in the tubal ligation process. It is now completely possible to reverse this procedure for those couples who change their mind and decide that they want to have more children. The advancements made in tubal reversal surgery are very good news for those who wanted to have babies again after a tubal ligation. In tubal ligation, doctors may clip, burn, tie, or cut the fallopian tubes. To adequately counsel the pat
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Can a woman become pregnant even after child birth control?

Quite a large number of women who undergo the procedure known as tubal ligation to prevent them from having more children will eventually change their minds. For some women the reason that they choose to have the procedure reversed is they want to feel whole once more, while for others, it helps to relieve the symptoms that are part of the "post tubal ligation syndrome". For many of these women pregnancy after tubal ligation is a strong possibility. And this can be done with a tubal reversal su
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What is Tubal Reversal?

Tubal Reversal is a process for those women who would like to restore their fertility in order to have more babies. This surgery, also known as tubal ligation reversal, microsurgical tubal reanastomosis, and sterilization reversal, is done by opening the previously blocked fallopian tube so that the egg can be fertilized by the sperm. It is a very safe procedure. For tubal reversal surgery, different techniques are used in comparison to conventional surgery. Microsurgical reanastomosis (tubal
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