Recently updated on February 15th, 2023 at 07:51 am
What is known as a blighted ovum?
A blighted ovum is known as an implanted egg that embeds itself in the uterus but doesn’t convert into an embryo. The embryonic sac and placenta form, but stays empty. There’s no developing baby. It’s also known as anembryonic pregnancy or anembryonic gestation. Even though there is no fetus, the placenta still produces hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin). This is a hormone that supports pregnancy. Urine and blood reproduction analyses look for hCG, therefore blighted ovum can exhibit a positive pregnancy even though the pregnancy is not proceeding. One may also experience symptoms such as nausea, sore breast, vomiting, etc. A blighted ovum finally leads to a natural miscarriage and It’s not capable to develop into a viable pregnancy.
Recently updated on February 15th, 2023 at 07:42 am
Vaginal yeast infections are not considered a sexually transmitted infection, however, they can develop after vaginal intercourse. Yeastinfection can be triggered due to a number of factors, no matter the cause, it is not so serious condition and it can be treated at home. So read on for more information on why it happens, infectionsin pregnancy, etc.
Let’s learn how does vaginal yeast infection happen?
There is a normal part of the microscopic bacteria called candida fungus in your vagina. If in case this fungus begins to grow compulsively then it causes yeast infection.
Recently updated on February 15th, 2023 at 07:24 am
Women are inclined to many complications and experience more reproductive health issues because of menstrual problems or issues related to reproductive systems. Thus, issues related to menstrual problems require prompt and careful analysis.
Some complications linked with menstrual are as follows: