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Cancer - Omega 3 fatty acids are a type of polyunsaturated fat. While all types of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats are good for you, omega 3 fats are proving to be especially beneficial. As you know, every cell in our body is surrounded by a cell membrane composed mainly of fatty acids. The   Continue reading ...

Sexual Health - Generally, bacterial vaginosis doesn’t cause complications. But under certain circumstances, having bacterial vaginosis may lead to: 1. Preterm birth In pregnant women, bacterial vaginosis is linked to premature deliveries and low birth weight babies. 2. Sexually transmitted infections Having bacterial vaginosis makes women more susceptible to sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV, herpes simplex   Continue reading ...

Sexual Health - Bacterial vaginosis may be harmful, but before you choose any treatment for bacterial vaginosis, you should know about these first. Bacterial vaginosis symptoms may go away on their own. This happens when the vaginal lactobacilli organisms increase to their normal levels, and other bacteria levels drop. If bacterial vaginosis get worse, you   Continue reading ...

Sexual Health - Bacterial Vaginosis can appear and disappear without any reason, and around half of all women with BV are asymptomatic (do not have any symptoms). If there are no symptoms, treatment is not necessary. Where there are symptoms, antibiotics may be recommended. Here are several symptoms or signs of bacterial vaginosis. A foul,   Continue reading ...

Sexual Health - Researches have had difficulty determining exactly what causes bacterial vaginosis (BV). At present, it seems to be that a combination of multiple bacteria must be present together for the problem to develop. BV is not caused by a single bacterium (germ). In BV, an ‘overgrowth’ of various bacteria occurs in the   Continue reading ...

Sexual Health - Bacterial vaginosis is a type of vaginal inflammatory that results from the overgrowth of one several types of bacteria normally present in the vagina, upsetting the natural balance of vaginal bacteria. In the past, the condition was called Gardnerella vaginitis, after the bacteria that were thought to cause the condition.   Continue reading ...

Blood Pressure - Preeclampsia is defined as high blood pressure and excess protein in the urine after 20 weeks of pregnancy in a woman who previously had normal blood pressure. If you are thinking about having a baby and you have high blood pressure, talk first to your doctor or nurse. Taking steps   Continue reading ...

Blood Pressure - The only cure for preeclampsia is delivery. You’re at increased risk of seizures, placental abruption, stroke and possibly severe bleeding until your blood pressure decreases. Of course, if it’s too early in your pregnancy, delivery may not be the best thing for your baby. If your baby developed enough (usually 37   Continue reading ...

Blood Pressure - Preeclampsia is defined as high blood pressure and excess protein in the urine after 20 weeks of pregnancy in a woman who previously had normal blood pressure. Most women with preeclampsia deliver healthy babies. The more severe your preeclampsia and the earlier it occurs in your pregnancy, however, the greater   Continue reading ...

Blood Pressure - Pre-eclampsia is a condition where you have high blood pressure while pregnant. The symptoms of this disease is almost same with a regular high blood pressure’s symptoms. But, preeclampsia can cause rapid weight gain and sudden swelling of the hands and face. Severe preeclampsia causes symptoms of organ trouble, such   Continue reading ...

 
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