Gynecological Disorders Stories
Early Menopause More Likely For Women With This Weight Issue
Scientists have found a link between weight and a woman’s risk for starting menopause early.
Women With Fibroids Rarely Hear About This Treatment
Uterine fibroid embolization, a minimally invasive procedure, is an effective treatment for fibroids: study.
Everything You Need To Know About Egg Freezing
A range of women opt to freeze their eggs, a process which begins with egg retrieval and ends with thawing and in vitro fertilization.
Obese Women Taking The Pill Risk A Rare Kind Of Stroke
Obese and overweight women who are on the pill are at increased risk for stroke compared to normal weight women not taking birth control pills: study.
Many Moms Around The World Go Home Less Than A Day After Childbirth
A mother’s stay in a healthcare facility following childbirth varies considerably, with many women leaving too soon to receive sufficient postnatal care.
What is Endometriosis? Know The Signs
A chronic disease, endometriosis affects 6.3 million women in the US and millions more worldwide, yet many women do not receive an immediate, correct diagnosis.
First Uterus Transplant In US Gives Hope To The Childless
Cleveland Clinic performed the nation’s first uterus transplant Feb. 24 during a nine-hour surgery in a 26-year-old woman with uterine factor infertility.
A Compromise Solution To Help End Female Genital Mutilation
Researchers argue a surgical 'nick' that only slightly changes the look, but not the function, of external genitalia should be legally permitted as a compromise solution to female genital mutilation.
When Sex Hurts, DHEA May Help With Vaginal Dryness
A new DHEA vaginal suppository for treating vaginal dryness may be one step closer to government approval: study.
International Standards Set For All 120 Million Babies Born Each Year
The first-ever global guidelines for fetal development reflect how babies should grow when mothers have adequate health, nutrition, and medical care.
Gynecologist Who Secretly Videotaped Thousands Of Exams Promtps Class-Action Settlement
Johns Hopkins gynecologist Nikita Levy allegedly used hidden cameras to record over 9,000 patients during his two decades at the hospital.
Manhattan OB/GYN Gives Patient Third-Degree Burns, Tells Her To Stay Away From Emergency Room
A 26-year-old woman was left deformed and severely scarred by a laser liposuction preformed by upper Manhattan OB/GYN Dr. Muraga Raj.