Category Archives for Reproductive Health

Candida Remedies

Candida is a naturally occurring micro-organism that occurs naturally in the mouth, male and female genitals, intestinal tracts and the throat of the human body. Candidiasis is the fungal infection caused by the overproduction of candida. The symptoms of candidiasis are numerous, as it has the potential of being overproduced in more than one region of the body. Common symptoms include headaches, impotence, memory loss and mood irregularities. Bad breath, vaginitis, heartburn, and stomach pains can...

Ovarian Cancer Symptoms

Ovarian cancer is one of the life threatening and chronic illnesses characterized by the development and spreading of cancer cells in the various parts of the ovary. Cancer cells may arise from egg cells as well as the epithelium. The symptoms of this disease are not specific and localized, which cause diagnostic delays. Physicians usually categorize the illness based on tumor histology. The classifications include germ cell tumor, surface epithelial-stromal tumor, sex cord-stromal tumor as well...

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is infection of a woman’s reproductive organs. Infection spreads upward from the cervix to the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and surrounding structures. Bacteria can infect the fallopian tubes and cause inflammation. When this happens, normal tissue can become scarred and block the normal passage of an egg. You may become infertile. But if your tubes are partially blocked, an egg may implant outside the uterus and cause a dangerous condition called an...

Right Ovary Pain

Right ovary pain refers to any mild, tingling or severe pain felt in the right ovary, which is located in the lower right part of the abdomen. The pain can be categorized as acute or chronic depending on its cause. For instance, an acute right ovarian pain can be caused by irregularities in the menstrual cycle while a chronic pain can be caused by serious illnesses. To know when it is proper to seek advice from medical professionals like obstetricians and gynecologists, it is essential that patients...

What Causes Prostate Problems?

Definition The prostate is part of a man’s sex organs. The prostate gland is part of the male reproductive system. Its secretions help nourish the sperm and aid fertility. The gland is about the size of a walnut that surrounds the urethra. The urethra is the tube that carries urine and semen out of the body. The prostate adds fluid to the semen when you ejaculate. In development of the prostate, newborn boys prostate is about the size of a pea. It grows very slowly until puberty. Then it doubles...

Prostate Cancer Symptoms

Although it is very difficult to treat, recognition of the symptoms will help in getting the right treatment. Similar to other types of cancer, early diagnosis and detection is critical. Pancreatic Cancer Signs There are several symptoms and indicators associated with the disease. Among them are abdominal pain and problems with bowel movements. Patients also experience problems when digesting food. This may manifest in lack of appetite or vomiting. Others will feel nauseous and severe dizziness. One...

Peyronie’s Disease

Definition This is a disease that affects the male’s genital organ: the penis, as it often causes deformity of the penis and erections are often very painful. This disease is the development of abnormal scar tissue and /or plaques on the tissues on the penis. The discomfort that is associated with this disease may prevent a man from engaging in sexual intercourse, which can result in stress and anxiety. Read more

Remedy for Hot Flashes

Hot flashes are a common complaint among women experience menopause. Hot flashes are characterised by sudden, intense, hot feelings on the face and upper body and sometimes preceded or accompanied by a rapid heartbeat, sweating, nausea, dizziness, anxiety, headache, weakness or a feeling of asphyxiation. The hot flash is followed by a flush, leaving skin reddened and covered with perspiration either completely, or at the top of the upper lip. A chill can often be the finale of the episode. Read more