Women diseases


Vaginal Cancer

Vaginal cancer is extremely rare for cases are no more than 1 to 2 per cent among all gynecological cancers.

About 2,000 cases and 600 deaths from this form of cancer are diagnosed and registered in the United States annually. If cells in the vagina continue to multiply ...

read more


Cancer uterus

Cancer utérus refers to the medical condition in which malignant tumors form in the uterus.

Cancer utérus, on its turn, exists in several forms, the most common of which is known as endometrial cancer, or cancer of the endometrium (affecting the inner membrane of the uterus).

read more


Uterine Bleeding

Uterine bleeding is a type of abnormal uterine bleeding and caused by hormonal mechanism during menstrual periods. It is found in women.

Causes of Uterine bleeding:

The first and foremost reason for uterine bleeding is pregnancy related complications. It can also be the outcome of premature pregnancy ...

read more


Urinary Tract Infection

Urinary tract infection may be the source of problems with any of the constituents of the urinary tract (bladder, urethra or uterus, even kidneys).

Young people are those in whom urinary tract infections are normally found; they may result from sexual acts and can be easily transferred to ...

read more



Osteoporosisis a condition in which the bones weaken because of the reduced amount of calcium and lower mineral density in the bones.

Excessive intake of corticosteroids may be a factor for the appearance of osteoporosis. Fractures in the hips, spine and wrists are among the common consequences.Females suffer ...

read more



Osteoarthritis, or degenerative joint disease, is the main type of arthritis. Joints in the fingers, lower back, hips, feet and knees are the areas osteoarthritis primarily affects. Pain can fortunately be alleviated through treatment.

Causes of Osteoarthritis:

Fieldworkers assure that multiple factors including ageing, heredity, excessive weight, ...

read more


Multiple Sclerosis(Disseminated Sclerosis)

Multiple sclerosis, also known as disseminated sclerosis, affects the spinal cord and the brain. Muscular weakness, altered sensation, depression and visual disturbances are some of its indications.

The white blood cells and the antibodies may react against the proteins in the myelin sheath. As a result, injuries or ...

read more

 1   2   3   4 
Next Last