What is Abortion?

March 17, 2011

Abortion refers to the termination of pregnancy before 28 weeks of pregnancy, and the Fetus weight less than 1000 grams. According the time of abortion, the abortion includes: Early abortion: abortion happened before twelve weeks of pregnancy. Late abortion: abortion occurred Less than 28 weeks 12 weeks. According the reason of abortion, the abortion includes: spontaneous abortion and artificial […]

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Early Pregnancy Symptom-in The First Trimester

March 14, 2011

Early pregnancy refers to the stage before twelve weeks of pregnancy. What are these early pregnancy symptoms? Pregnancy symptoms vary from woman to woman; therefore, they are not the same for all women. However, there are some symptoms that are common to most women in the early pregnancy. It is important to understand the early pregnancy symptoms […]

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What is Pregnancy?

March 13, 2011

Pregnancy refers to the state that a woman carries a embryo or fetus in the uterus. Mature egg and sperm meet and combine to form the fertilized egg, called fertilization. Fertilization is the beginning of pregnancy that is a sign of an individual life beginning, while the legal and medical definition holds that pregnancy is defined as the period between implantation of a fertilized egg (also called […]

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What is Ovulation?

March 13, 2011

The ovarian is the female gonads, and it has two functions: ovulation and the secretion of female hormones. Ovulation refers to an egg and cumulus granulose cells released by a mature ovarian follicle, and travelled down the fallopian tubes towards the uterus. It will be more effectively to plan your pregnancy by understanding the process of […]

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What is a Normal Menstrual Cycle?

March 9, 2011

Menstrual cycle The normal menstrual is periodicity with a cycle of once a month. A menstrual cycle is from Day 1 of bleeding to Day 1 of the next time of bleeding. Generally, the average cycle is 28 days, it is also normal to have a cycle that is as long as 21 days or […]

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What is the Menstruation and Menarche?

March 5, 2011

Menstruation Menstruation is the woman’s monthly shedding of the lining of uterus and bleeding with the emergence of cyclical changes in ovarian. The menstrual blood is partly blood and partly tissue from the inside of the uterus, and it flows from the uterus through the cervix and pass out of the body through the vagina. Most menstrual periods last […]

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What does Female Reproductive System include?

March 5, 2011

The organs of female reproductive system are concerned with progress of reproduction, and they are composed of internal genitalia and external genitalia. Internal genitalia: the internal genitalia located in the pelvic cavity consist of vagina, uterus, fallopian tube and ovary. External genitalia: the external genitalia, also called vulva, are located from the lower margin of […]

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Treatment of Cervical Cancer

March 1, 2011

The treatment of cervical cancer varies with the stages of disease, age, general health of the patient and the facilities of the hospital. Three methods are commonly used to treat cervical cancer: surgery,   radiation and chemotherapy. They are used alone or in conjunction with one another. 1.Surgery: Surgery is a common method that always combined […]

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Exams and Tests of Cervical Cancer

February 28, 2011

As to other cancers, early diagnosis is important to successful treating and cure. Pap smear:  it is a regular, quick and painless pelvic examination for the screening of cervical cancer, especially in the early stage. Colposcopy: The cervix is stained with a harmless dye to allow easier identification of any abnormal-appearing tissue that may need […]

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Cervical Cancer Symptoms

February 27, 2011

Cervical cancer often goes unnoticed because early cervical cancer generally has no signs or symptoms. However, when symptoms are present, they mimic so many other ailments. When symptoms are present, they usually do not appear until the cancer is more advanced. This does vary from woman to woman. This is why regular screening is so […]

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Causes of Cervical Cancer

February 23, 2011

Infect by HPV The infection of human papillomavirus (HPV): The virus is a STD (sexually transmitted disease). There are more 50 types HPV that can infect human. Typed 16 and 18 usually infect the tissues of cervix and result in moderate or severe dysplasia and carcinoma in situ. Researchers find more than ninety percent of […]

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What is Cervical Cancer?

February 23, 2011

Cervical cancer is a malignant caner that cancer cells form in cervix. Human papillomavirus infection is the major risk. Every year, almost 10,000 American women will get cervical cancer. Cervical cancer can be almost classed in to two types: Squamous cell carcinoma, which starts in the cervical epithelium, develops in a serious of precancerous changes […]

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What is Cancer?

February 21, 2011

Cancer is uncontrolled cellular division. Normally, cells constantly grow and proliferate in an order way to enable us to grow and replace apoptosis cells or damaged cells. When cells grow in an uncontrolled way, a lump called a tumor will formation in your body. Tumors can be nonmalignant or malignant. The former is not spread […]

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