Category Archives: Women’s Health

Different Ways To Get Rid Of Vaginal Odor


Is vaginal odor common and natural?

Yes, vaginal odor is natural and sometimes uncommon vaginal odor occurs even after taking good care of your vagina and your body.

The first query you should ask yourself if you consider your vaginal odor as abnormal, but no it’s not abnormal. Every woman has their own vaginal discharge, odor and so do vaginas. And every woman’s odor is different.

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10 Estrogen-Rich Foods Important For Female Sex Hormones


Few Things to Know about Female Sex hormones Estrogen:

Estrogen-Rich Foods: Estrogen is a hormone that promotes reproductive and sexual development. However present in both women and men of all ages, it’s generally found at much greater levels in women of reproductive age. It carries out a variety of functions in the female body, comprising of various reproductive health issues which women face such as menstrual period and development and growth of breasts. Yet, during menopause women’s estrogen levels reduce, which can lead to signs like night sweats and hot flashes.

Phytoestrogens, also famous as dietary estrogen, are commonly occurring plant compounds that may act in a way similar to that of estrogen developed by the human body.

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What Should You Understand About Blighted Ovum, Miscarriage, and Future Pregnancies?

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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 a 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.

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