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Amenorrhea - Primary
The absence of any menstrual flow by the age of 16. The median age for menarche is approximately 12.3 years of age. However, the range varies widely. Primary amenorrhea is not considered to have occurred until a girl is beyond age 16 years without the onset of menses. Primary amenorrhea may occur with or without other signs of puberty.
Atrophic Vaginitis
Vagina is a part of female reproductive system which starts from cervix to the outer part of female genital part. It is an elastic organ. This  is responsible for the delivery of foetus and for coitus. It is lubricated with clear fluid vaginal discharges in the vagina from the various glands. In atrophic vaginitis, there is inflammation and shrinkage of ...
Bartholin'S Abscess
Bartholin's gland is also called as greater vestibular gland.Bartholin glands were first described by Caspar Bartholin, a Dutch anatomist, in 1677.This gland is present near the opening of  vagina in women.They are helpful in lubricating the vagina and during the sexual arousal as they secrete mucus which lubricate it.This gland is homologous to the bulbo urethral glands in males.The cyst ...
Ectopic Pregnancy
A pregnancy in which the fertilized egg implants in tissue outside of the uterus and the placenta and fetus begin to developthere. The most common site is within a Fallopian tube, however, ectopic pregnancies can occur in the ovary, the abdomen, andin the lower portion of the uterus (the cervix) .
Placenta Abruptio
The separation of the placenta from the site of uterine implantation before delivery of the fetus.
Vulvovaginitis
Vulvovaginitis is an inflammation of the vagina most often caused by a bacterial, fungal, or parasitic infection. Vulvovaginitis causes vaginal discharge, irritation, and itching. A woman usually may have a vaginal discharge, the amount and consistency of which varies during the course of the menstrual cycle; however, Vulvovaginitis causes increased vaginal discharge. Vulvovaginitis is common and can affect women of ...
Abortion, Complete
Abortion, complete is a kind of abortion in which the entire placenta and fetal material passed out from the uterus before the 20 weeks’ gestation period. The abortion is referred as complete abortion when all contents of the womb expel from the body. Due to this, the uterus shrinks down
Abortion - Elective Or Therapeutic
Deliberate or intentional termination of pregnancy is considered as the therapeutic or elective abortion. In simple words, it can be said that a mother willingly opts to terminate the pregnancy in elective abortion. Abortion was legalized in 1973 and since then magnificent increase has been observed in the cases of elective pregnancy. Therapeutic abortion and elective abortion are alternative names ...
Abortion, Incomplete
Abortion, incomplete is a condition in which parts of the placental material or fetus remain inside the uterus. Incomplete abortion occurs when a woman has completed 8 weeks of pregnancy. Most of the abortions take place in within 13 weeks of pregnancy. The incomplete abortion occurs when tissues become unable to pass through cervix due to their large size.
Abortion, Inevitable
Abortion, inevitable is a condition in which spontaneous termination is required that cannot be prevented. In the condition, uterix cervix becomes dilated and fetal placental materials have yet to be expelled from the uterus. An undeniable fact is that this kind of abortion usually changes into complete abortion.
Abortion, Infected
An abortion, infected is a condition in which abortion occurs due to infection of the genital tract. In the condition, an infection develops in the lining of uterus which is commonly known as endometrium or in the placenta material or fetus. Infected abortion and infected miscarriage are other names of the condition.
Abortion, Spontaneous
Abortion, spontaneous is a condition that results in expulsion of embryo or fetus before the 20-22th week of pregnancy. In simple words, it can be said that the spontaneous abortion is the one which is not induced. Statistically, it has been believed that approximately 20-25% of the cases are categorized under spontaneously abort. It is a very common condition and ...
Abortion, Threatened
Abortion threatened is a condition which occurs before the 20th week of pregnancy. The condition depicts the possible chances of potential miscarriage. If during the 20th week of gestation, women experience vaginal bleeding, then chances of abortion becomes strong. An important fact is that it is not necessary that if women experience vaginal bleeding, then she is likely to face ...
Adenomyosis
Adenomyosis is condition in which supporting tissues and endometrial glands occur in the uterus. Due to the growth of gland tissues during menstrual cycle, blood and the old tissue becomes incapable of escaping from the uterine muscle, and thus flow out of cervix as a part of normal menses. The condition is mostly found in women of age group 35-50 ...
Adolescent Pregnancy
Adolescent pregnancy is a condition in which girls get pregnant at the age of 18-19 years or even younger age. With every passing year, this problem is becoming more acute especially in all parts of the world. It is commonly said that in the U.S. every year app. 9 lakh teenagers become pregnant. And out of this, app 51% ended ...
Angioedema
Angioedema is a medical condition where there is swelling in the skin. This swelling occurs under the skin rather than on the surface.
Arrhenoblastoma Of Ovary
Arrhenoblastoma of ovary is a kind of ovarian tumor that discharges testosterone (male hormones) or any other hormones. In other words, it can be said that this kind of tumor secretes testosterone. It is a very rare disease that account for only 0.5 % cases of all ovarian tumors. The disease is also recognized with alternative names like sex cord ...
Asherman'S Syndrome
Asherman's syndrome is a condition in which uterine walls get adhered to one another. In other words, the condition can be defined as presence of fibrosis and adhesions within the uterine cavity. The condition is rare and normally found in those women who have had gone through numerous curettage and dilatation (D&C) procedures.
Cervical Dysplasia
Cervical dysplasia is a medical condition where the cells grow abnormally on the surface of the cervix. This indicates precancerous or cancerous cells. Depending upon the number of cell growth this disease can be classified as low grade or high grade. The low grade cervical dysplasia progresses slowly and can get resolved on its own. High grade cervical dysplasia may ...
Cervical Erosion
Cervical erosion is not exactly a disease.  It is a normal health condition where the inner lining of the cervix starts growing outside the cervix. This growth appears as red velvet- like area and appears as erosion, hence its name. This is a benign condition and does not lead to cervical cancer.

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