Category Archives: Women’s Health
Main reason for menopause hot flashes is because the body’s temperature control is affected through menopause. Reduction in oestrogen level can play a big role. They vary in intensity and last for a few minutes when they occur.
Uterine fibroids are benign tumors found in uterus and originate from muscle tissue called myometrium of uterus. Three out of four women have uterine fibroids and in many women they remain asymptomatic and rarely require treatment.
An ovarian cyst may rupture on its own when it grows in size gradually causing weakening of its wall. It may also rupture due to external pressure on the cyst due to injury to abdomen, intercourse or pregnancy.
Vaginal atrophy is defined as thinning and inflammation of vaginal lining due to decrease in oestrogen level. Usually it develops after menopause but sometimes it can be found in lactating mothers when oestrogen production is low.
Slow menstrual bleeding is also referred to as hypomenorrhea. While there are several causes that are linked with scanty or short periods, not all are a cause of concern. However if slow menstrual bleeding is linked with infertility or other gynecological problems, it might require some treatment. There are home remedies you can try to regularize menstrual bleeding.