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21 Reasons to See a Gynecologist Before Age 21 (Infographic)

Pregnancy Periods Sexuality and Relationships 10 Have safe and healthy relationships with a boyfriend or girlfriend 11 Know when a relationship is threatening or harmful 12 Talk about lesbian gay bisexual and transgender LGBT topics 13 Think things through before you have sex for the first time 14...

March 2015

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A Fathers Guide to Pregnancy

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How long does pregnancy last Pregnancy lasts about 40 weeks which is equal to 9 months The 9 months of pregnancy are divided into three 3month periods called trimesters Pregnancy How long does pregnancy lastnbsp What is a ldquodue daterdquonbsp What happens during the first trimesternbsp What happ...

April 2013

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A Healthy Pregnancy for Women with Diabetes

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What is diabetes mellitus Diabetes mellitus also called diabetes is caused by a problem with insulin Insulin moves glucose out of the blood and into the bodys cells where it can be turned into energy see the FAQ Diabetes and Women Pregnancy health care providers often call diabetes that is present...

December 2011

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Abnormal Cervical Cancer Screening Test Results

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What is cervical cancer screening Cervical cancer screening is used to find abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix that could lead to cancer Screening includes the Pap test and for some women testing for a virus called human papillomavirus HPV see FAQ085 Cervical Cancer Screening Gynecologic ...

January 2016

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Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

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What is abnormal uterine bleeding Bleeding in any of the following situations is abnormal Bleeding between periods Bleeding after sex Spotting anytime in the menstrual cycle Bleeding heavier or for more days than normal Bleeding after menopause Menstrual cycles that are longer than 35 days or shor...

December 2012

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Accidental Bowel Leakage

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What is accidental bowel leakage Accidental bowel leakage is loss of normal control of your bowels It also is called fecal incontinence This condition leads to leakage of solid or liquid stool feces or gas Womens Health What is accidental bowel leakage Why does accidental bowel leakage occur What ...

November 2014

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Alcohol and Women

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What is atrisk drinking Atrisk drinking means drinking more than seven drinks a week or three drinks on a single day Atrisk drinking also includes binge drinking Womens Health What is atrisk drinkingnbsp What is binge drinkingnbsp How does my body process alcohol What are the health risks of atris...

August 2015

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Annual Well-Woman Exam Infographic

Birth Control Learn about choosing the right birth control method for you Some examples include the birth control pill intrauterine device IUD patch condom or implant Cancer Screening Learn more about breast cancer colon cancer or other types of cancer Vaccinations Get vaccinations against the flu...

December 2015

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Assisted Vaginal Delivery

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What is assisted vaginal delivery Assisted vaginal delivery is vaginal delivery of a baby performed with the help of forceps or a vacuum device It sometimes is called operative vaginal delivery Labor Delivery and Postpartum Care What is assisted vaginal delivery How common is assisted vaginal deli...

February 2016

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Back Pain During Pregnancy

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What causes back pain during pregnancy The following changes during pregnancy can lead to back pain Strain on your back muscles Abdominal muscle weakness Pregnancy hormones Pregnancy What causes back pain during pregnancy How do my back muscles become strained during pregnancy How can weakened abd...

January 2016

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