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Early puberty linked to nutrition

...hout all life.// Because in a long term, the early menstruation entails a serious risk for health, because the lon...ns to the central nervous system. Also the early menstruation is usual in those who have a reduced sport activity. This is why a continuous physical activity and ...

Allergies are related to mothers' menses

...hers say that the age at which your mother started menstruation could affect whether you suffer allergies.This is due to the influence of the mother's hormone levels on the development of the child. The study of Finnish families was based on measurements taken more than 30 years ago. More than 4,740 pregnant wo...

Contraceptive pill to reduce PMS

..., fewer pads, and less risk of the side effects of menstruation such as anaemia. "Moreover, the hormonal fluctuations typical of a real menstrual cycle are smoothed out and this may help to relieve pre-menstrual tension syndrome." Contraceptive pills work by artificially raising the level of female hormones in...

Depressed women show signs of earlier onset of Perimenopause

...enstrual flow amount or duration, and cessation of menstruation for at least three months. The study revealed that women with with a history of depression had 1.2 times the rate of perimenopause than women with no history of depression. Women who showed more pronounced depressive symptoms at the beginning of the...

Treatment for fibroids with "Abortion Pill"

...g fact about Mifepristone is that it stops monthly menstruation completely, giving many of these women with fibroids, who are chronically anemic, a chance to raise their blood count. They feel much better, healthier, and if they need surgery, they are much more likely to not require blood transfusion. Eisinger ad...

More Complications Seen In Women With Epilepsy

... severity and frequency during puberty, pregnancy, menstruation and menopause. Researchers say hormonal changes may be responsible for some of the difficulties women experience.In pregnant women, uncontrolled seizures can lead to miscarriages and infant death. They can also contribute to problems with cognitive d...

New Treatment Option For Menstrual Migraine

...en the headache // happens around the same time as menstruation each month. Many women claim they get a migraine each month when they menstruate, now a new study confirms this happens. Researchers analyzed data from 155 female patients to look at menstrual migraines.Their research shows that in the five days be...

Asthma linked to irregular menstruation

...e tendency of// irregular menstruation. Irregular menstruation is often caused by polycystic ovary syndrome, seve...bances in the menstrual cycle. Secondly, irregular menstruation and its treatment may cause asthma. And thirdly, common etiological factors may trigger both asthma ...

Fresh warnings to doctors regarding abortion pill

...ium sordellii, Danco's statement said."Childbirth, menstruation and abortion, whether spontaneous, surgical or medical, all create conditions that can result in serious and sometimes fatal infection, and there is no evidence that Mifeprex and Misoprostol present a special risk of infection," the company said in a...

Insight for Hot Flashes In Postmenopausal Women

...ke hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and end of having menstruation periods. /font>...

Pause as you please

...new tablet has been experimented that can suppress menstruation for as long as a woman wants should be available w...by all women, and are often unreliable at blocking menstruation over longer timespans.Taking the contraceptive pill continuously - without taking the monthly cycle ...

a New Pill Can eliminate menstruation

... new contraceptive pill that promises to eliminate menstruation completely.The pill developed by New Jersey-based Wyeth and called 'Anya', may help women to avoid unplanned// pregnancies and the inconvenience of periods. Critics have warned that oral contraceptives raise the risk of blood clots and breast cance...

Women With Fewer Periods Have Low Risk Of Gynecological Cancer

...egular menses means 'a good cleanout' but too much menstruation could cause several diseases including breast, ovarian and endometrial cancers, says Professor Ian Fraser, a professor of reproductive medicine at Australia's University of Sydney. The fewer periods a woman has the better, he says, reported ABC sci...

The conception of Anya, a period-free contraceptive pill

...f relief it would bring to women, who suffer acute menstruation discomfort. A two-year study on Anya conducted on 79 women revealed that nearly 80% of the 79 women confirmed cessation in the bleeding. About 5 percent reported slight bleeding and spotting. According to researchers, Anya encompasses the same meas...

Call Center Workers At An Increased Risk Of Breast Cancer

...also play havoc with the menstrual cycle. "Painful menstruation (dysmenorrhea), absence of menstruation (amenorrhea), and heavy menstruation (menorrhagia) are conditions associated with women taking the g...

Ethnic Variations in Hormone Levels May Cause Differences in Breast Cancer Risk

...used by lifestyle changes that impact age at first menstruation or other factors.” Latinas had similar hormone profiles to whites, while women who had recently immigrated had slightly lower levels, but which were not statistically significant, the researchers found. However, Latinas’ risk of breast cancer is th...

Cancer Among Young Adults is on a Raise: Report

... physicians might recommend blocking the patient's menstruation after chemotherapy treatment or even removing the ovaries. But as young women are still in childbearing years, it is difficult to take this decision. In young men, testicular cancer is on the rise and the reason is not yet determined. Thyroid canc...

Reduced Iron in Blood May Help Few Heart Patients

...e-menopausal women who regularly lose iron through menstruation do not develop coronary diseases while post menopausal women and men have the tendency to suffer from heart diseases as they don’t let out iron. This finding has triggered discussion on the connection of iron and cardiovascular diseases. JYT...

New Study: Pine Bark Significantly Reduces Endometriosis

...onths prior to the study. After confirming regular menstruation and ovulation for three months before treatment, p...mptoms occurred. "As expected, Gn-RHa suppressed menstruation during treatment, whereas no influence on menstrual cycles was observed in the Pycnogenol group. Gn-...

Period Eliminating Pills

... that here will be no monthly bleeding in women or menstruation may come as welcome relief to many women. But there are still many //women who believe it to be the symbol of fertility and would not like to change this aspect of normal healthy life. This has created a major uproar in the health world resulting ...

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