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Thrush (vaginal candidiasis) at least once encountered most women. This fungal disease can cause genital discomfort. However, this infection does not always require treatment. What is “thrush”, how to determine its symptoms and whether treatment is needed – we understand the article.
Thrush and its symptoms
Vaginal candidiasis is a fungal disease that causes opportunistic flora. Its causative agent is a fungus of the genus Candida. It has many varieties, but most often in women it is Candida albicans.
Thrush is expressed by symptoms such as:
pruritus and genital itching;
the discharge of different consistency is liquid, curdled, mainly white; Continue reading
Myoma is a benign tumor in the muscle or connective tissue of the uterus that occurs in every fifth woman after 30 years. What triggers the development of fibroids, what happens to the tumor during pregnancy, what symptoms can occur and how to treat?
Causes of uterine fibroids
Gynecologists consider the main reason for the development of uterine fibroids – changes in the hormonal background, disruptions due to the growth of estrogen. In some cases, fibroids can disappear on their own, with the onset of menopause. Then the amount of estrogen falls for natural reasons. Nevertheless, counting on such an outcome is not recommended. If there is a suspicion of fibroids, consult a doctor.
Damage to the uterus can also be factors in the development of the disease, which include: Continue reading
When a chest hurts for no apparent reason, a lot of assumptions may arise in a woman’s head, what causes it. If the discussion involves the help of forums and unauthorized medical portals, this can cause panic and fear. But chest pain is not always dangerous and pathological. Today we look at the main causes of chest pain.
Why breast hurts: 5 reasons
Any chest pain that lasts more than 14 days is an occasion to visit a doctor.
A very common cause of chest pain in women is a change in the levels of two hormones – estrogen and progesterone. This occurs not only during pregnancy, but also with PMS, lactation, menopause, and also during puberty. Such pain goes away by itself when the hormonal level returns to normal. However, in some cases, such as breastfeeding, it is important to rule out other problems that can also cause chest pain. With a blocked duct, an infection can occur that leads to mastitis. Therefore, you should consult a doctor to exclude a possible pathology. Continue reading