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What is Amenorrhoea What are its symptoms

What is Amenorrhoea? What are its symptoms?

There are many gynaecological conditions and effects faced by many women and of which Amenorrhoea is a gynaecological condition where there is an absence of a menstrual period in a woman of fertile age. It is also found that  45 per cent of female athletes in sports experience menstrual irregularity, also known as Athletic Amenorrhea. Some of the complications of Amenorrhoea are 

  • Infertility: Condition where the women cannot ovulate and have menstrual periods and therefore, cannot get pregnant.
  • Osteoporosis: Weakening of bones which is caused due to lack of estrogen levels

Types of Amenorrhea

One of the main symptoms of Amenorrhea is the absence of a menstrual period. The severity of Amenorrhea can be divided into two types:

  • Primary Amenorrhea: This types of Amenorrhea is observed in the females who are under 16 years and haven’t felt their first period but had other traits of puberty such as body hair or enlarged breast.
  • Secondary Amenorrhea: In the second type of Amenorrhea it is found as the absence of menstruation for three months in women, who had a menstrual period late by four or more days, not pregnant and facing menopause issues.

Symptoms of Amenorrhea

The symptoms of Amenorrhea, followed by the absence of period, are as follows:

  1. There is Excessive weight gain or loss.
  2. Lack of sleep due to night sweats and sleep disorder.
  3. Growth of excessive facial hair.
  4. Disorder found in vision.
  5. Severe headache
  6. Vaginal dryness

These symptoms are to be carefully observed and must be treated by a professional gynaecologist. It is better is focussed and made changes in Lifestyle, food habits and stress. Also, the use of certain hormonal medication and birth control pills can help in the activation of the period. If you are facing from the above-mentioned symptoms and would like to confer a female gynaecologist in London, you can contact Dr Sarah Hussain for further information and treatment.

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Human Papillomavirus-It’s causes, symptoms and treatment

What is Human Papillomavirus?

A virus that infects the sensitive places like skin and mucous membranes of any human is called Human papillomavirus(HPV). There are different types of HPV such as types 16, 18, 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 56, 58, 59, 66 and 68, where type 16 and 18 are bound with the development of cancer. The remaining types are associated with abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix surface, also known as cervical dysplasia. This virus is found to be infecting the human body during sexual contact, and it can be of low or high risk. The high-risk type can cause cancer of cervix, vulva and anus in women, whereas in men, it causes cancer of penis and anus.

Causes of HPV

Some of the causes of HPV are as follows:

  • A person who is sexually active can be infected by the virus. The individuals carrying the virus seems to be asymptomatic.
  • Although most HPV infections break down themselves, but sometimes, they act as a dormant and infect the sexual partner.
  • The transmission of HPV is possible to an infant at the time of birth which may lead to a genital or respiratory system infection.

Symptoms of HPV

Some of the symptoms of HPV are as follows:

  • Common warts which are found prickly raised bumps commonly found on the hands, fingers, and elbows.
  • Plantar warts can be outlined as rigid, grainy growths found on the feet. 
  • Flat warts which affect children and young adults look as flat-topped with raised lesions dark in colour and found on the face, neck, or areas that have been scratched.

Treatment of HPV

There isn’t any cure found for Human Papillomavirus(HPV).  But the treatment of cervical abnormalities caused by HPV can be removed surgically. Genital warts caused by HPV can be treated with creams, surgery or cryotherapy. If you find any of the symptoms mentioned above and seek to confer with a professional gynaecologist, you can consult with Mrs Sarah Hussain, the leading female gynaecologist in London. Request a call for treatment.

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Gynaecological infection-Symptoms, Causes, and treatment

Gynaecological infection-Symptoms, Causes, and treatment

Gynaecological infection is a term that comprises various conditions affecting the vagina and genital tract caused by pathogens such as bacteria, fungi, or other microscopic parasites that cause disease. Some common types of gynaecological infection are as follows:

  • Candida (yeast infection)
  • Herpes
  • Gonorrhea
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Chlamydia
  • Bacterial vaginosis

Symptoms of Gynaecological infections

The symptoms may vary depending on the type of infection you have, the common symptoms of the disease include:

  • Increase or abnormal discharge while urinating.
  • Uncomfortable caused due to irritation or itching in the vagina.
  • Causing pain while urinating
  • Mild Vaginal bleeding
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Abdominal or pelvic pain

Causes of Gynaecological Infection

Some of the causes of Gynaecological infections are as follows:

  • Use of vaginal sprays 
  • Use of perfumed  toilet papers
  • Allergy due to spermicide
  • Intake of more steroids or antibiotics
  • Use of IUD for birth control

Treatment for Gynaecological infections

Gynaecological infections are normally treated by the doctors by reviewing medical history along with current symptoms. As per the severity, the infection is treated through ointments and antibiotics, but that doesn’t mean these infections can be considered less harmful. These types of gynaecological infections are to be treated by a gynaecologist. If you seek to confer with a professional gynaecologist, you can consult with Mrs. Sarah Hussain, the leading female gynaecologist in London. Request a call for treatment.

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Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) - Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, and Treatment

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) – Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, and Treatment

Infections that are transmitted from one person to another through sexual contact are known as Sexually transmitted infections(STI’s). Some of the sexually transmitted infections are HIV, Genital warts, Gonorrhoea, Chlamydia, etc.

Symptoms of Sexually transmitted infection

Some of the symptoms caused due to sexually transmitted infection are as follows:

  • Uncomfortable or pain during peeing
  • Rashes around the genital parts
  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Discharge from Vagina, penis or anus which is unusual

Causes of Sexually transmitted infection

  • Bacteria
  • Parasite
  • Fungi or Virus

Prevention of Sexually transmitted infection

Some of the prevention steps from Sexually transmitted infection are as follows:

  • Use latex condoms while having sex
  • Wash before and after having intercourse
  • Do not share towels or underclothes
  • Try not to have sex with your partner, until your infection is cured on consultation with the doctor.

Treatment for Sexually transmitted infection

Every sexually transmitted infection cannot be cured. Few infections can be treated by the use of antibiotics and for a few other infections, the treatment is limited to reduce the symptoms. If you observe and come across the symptoms of sexually transmitted infections that are mentioned above, you can consult with Mrs. Sarah Hussain, the leading female gynaecologist in London. Request a call for treatment.

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what is Endometrial polyps

Endometrial Polyps – Its Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Endometrial polyps, also known as Uterine polyps are found as thinner lining in the uterus as tissue growth and it is not normally benign ie; non-cancerous, but need to be treated as it might even become cancerous. Mostly these polyps are found within the uterus but sometimes they can be found passing through the cervix into the vagina. The growth of these polyps can even lead to miscarriage and become obstacles to get pregnant. So, it is suggested by the doctors for the removal of polyps in order to improve fertility.

Causes of Endometrial polyps

Some of the causes of endometrial polyps are as follows:

  1. Change or due to imbalance in hormonal levels as they are oestrogen sensitive.
  2. People with high blood pressure are more at risk of developing Endometrial polyps.
  3. Obesity in the person.
  4. Having cervical polyps in the past

Symptoms of Endometrial polyps

Some of the polyps do not show any symptoms. But the normal symptoms are as follows:

  1. Discomfort due to a heavy period flow
  2. Infertility
  3. Vaginal bleeding found after the menopause
  4. Bleeding at irregular time intervals

Treatment for Endometrial polyps

The treatment for polyps is not performed instantly but is monitored by the doctors to see whether it vanishes slowly or it can be reduced by the short term medical solution. Even after the use of medicines doesn’t show any effect on the polys, then the removal of polyps is done surgically through hysteroscopy, where an endoscopy with a camera and light on the other end is inserted into the vagina, which helps in detection and treatment of  Endometrial polyps.

If you are suffering the symptoms of Endometrial polyps and are seeking to consult the professional gynaecologist, you can consult with Mrs. Sarah Hussain, the leading female gynaecologist in London. Request a call for treatment.

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