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Intrauterine Growth Retardation
This condition refers to the slower than average growth of the foetus inside the mother’s womb. Under this condition, the growth may be below 10th percentile of its gestational age. Mothers who smoke during pregnancy or are alcohol addicts or may suffer from high blood pressure may suffer from IUGR of foetus. Those pregnant ladies who are drug addicts or have ...
Lumps In The Breasts
Various kinds of breast pain and other breast changes are experienced by women during the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, and with ageing. Breast changes like breast lumps, tenderness etc. Most lumps are not cancer but represent changes within the breast tissue. These changes are influenced by normal hormonal variations.
Menopause
When women stop having her periods that time is called as menopause , this is not any disease or illness. It occurs naturally, most often after age 45. Menopause happens when woman's ovary stops producing the hormones estrogen and progesterone when period are not present for more than an year menopause is said to be reached.    
Mittelschmerz
Mittelschmerz is an abdominal or pelvic pain that is experienced during periods. This pain occurs during  the middle of the menstrual cycle on the either side of the abdomen. It is also called as ovulation pain or mid cycle pain. The abdominal pain is typically low and one-sided. The pain depends on which ovary is producing the ovum. Among five ...
Nabothian Cyst
Nabothian cyst appears like very small bumps, pale or white in the colour, and develops on the surface of the cervix. It is usually filled with pale-coloured mucus. The condition is common and develops in most of the women after the childbirth. The condition is also common in menopause women as cervix’s skin becomes so thin that it prevents the ...
Nipple Problems
Nipples are elevated area of the breast surrounded by dark coloured areola. Any problem which affects the normal contour, physiology or discharge can be called as a nipple problem
Ovarian Cysts
Ovarian cysts is a condition in inside or on ovary, formation of sac filled with fluids takes place. The condition is common in women and especially during their reproductive years. The condition is rarely experienced after menopause. Ovarian cysts are of different kinds like functional cysts, dermoid cysts, endometrioma cysts, cystadenoma cysts and polycystic ovarian disease.
Ovarian Hypofunction
Ovarian hypofunction is a condition in which ovaries does not perform its function adequately. The condition eventually results in decreased production of hormones
Ovarian Insensitivity To Gonadotropins
Ovarian insensitivity to gonadotropins can also be called as amenorrhea. This disease basically represents a diseased condition where the patient suffers from lack of menstrual flow at a stretch for more than 3 months, without the presence of physiological factors such as lactation, pregnancy and menopause. This disease can be classified as primary and secondary. Under the primary disease, the ...
Ovarian Overproduction Of Androgens
Ovarian overproduction of androgens is a condition characterized by excessive production of testosterone by female ovaries. Due to excessive production of testosterone, a woman experiences male characteristics. Normally, ovaries produce 40-50% of the testosterone. Androgens are hormones which can also result in the development of male characteristics.
Placental Failure
Placental failure, like any other organ failure, is basically a medical condition where the patient’s placenta fails, which may lead to loss of pregnancy. This case is found in around 20-30% of the pregnancy cases all over the world. The disease can be basically classified into two types, namely physiological placental failure, which  may occur at term or is accompanied ...
Placental Insufficiency
Placental insufficiency is counted as complication of pregnancy. In the condition, it happens that placenta does not able to bring enough nutrients and oxygen to a baby present in the womb. In other words, Placental insufficiency can be defined as an inability of placenta to function properly due to which a baby does not grow optimally. Placenta is an organ ...
Placenta Previa
Placenta previa is a complication of pregnancy. In this condition, placenta starts growing in the lowest part of womb and covers either partly or all opening of the cervix. The placenta is an organ which nourishes growing baby in the womb. The condition is common as the case occurs in 1 out of 200 pregnancies. The condition is common in ...
Preeclampsia
Pre-eclampsia is the basically a medical condition where hypertension is caused due to pregnancy, mostly after the 20th week. In this condition significant amount of protein is released in the urine of the patient. This disease is more about set of symptoms rather than the causes. This is a dangerous medical condition which may affect both mother and the unborn baby.
Premenstrual Syndrome (Pms)
Premenstrual syndrome or PMS is the medical term indicating the group of symptoms that occurs to women 1-2 weeks before their periods. These symptoms vanish after the periods start. In rare cases the symptoms are severe enough to interfere with the lives of the patients. Though, this condition may be represented by the name of premenstrual dysphoric disorder or PMDD.
Prolactinoma
Prolactinoma is a benign tumor of the pituitary gland. This is a pea shaped gland located at the base of the brain. The main function of this gland is to produce growth hormones and other functions of the body. This gland stimulates the breast to produce milk during pregnancy. The pituitary gland produces a hormone which is known as prolactin. ...
Retroversion Of The Uterus
Retroversion of the uterus is a condition in which uterus gets tilted backwards i.e. inside the pelvis. In most of the cases, women uterus is located in the pelvis in straight up and down position. However, in the condition uterus tilts backwards, thus pointing towards spine. Worldwide, the condition affects more than 20% of women. Some of the alternatives names ...
Right Ovarian Vein Syndrome
The right ovarian vein syndrome is the medical condition where the intermittent abdominal pain may occur in the right side of the body, mostly due to ureteral compression by the right ovarian vein.
Secondary Amenorrhea
Amenorrhea is a condition in which a woman does not experience menstrual cycle on regular basis. Secondary amenorrhea is a condition in which a woman, who experiences normal menstrual period, stops experiencing it for 6 months or more. The problem is not very common as experienced by 1% women in her reproductive age. Those women who are pregnant, or breast ...
Sheehan'S Syndrome
Sheehan's syndrome is the medical condition where the patient bleeds severely during the childbirth. This disease is very rare in nature. This disease is also called hypopituitarism syndrome, postpartum hypopituitarism and postpartum pituitary insufficiency.

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