Women's Health Archives - YGoY

Uterine Fibroid Embolization Can Control Lower Urinary Tract Problems

The researchers, at the 36th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society of Interventional Radiology, confirmed that the uterine fibroid embolization (UFE) controls the lower urinary […]

Be Careful!!! PFC Exposure Might Trigger Early Menopause!!!

A study which will be published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM) of The Endocrine Society made a startling observation. The researchers […]

Lack of Partner Support Leads to Prenatal Baby Blues

According to a research appearing in the journal BMC Public Health, a strained relationship with the partner or husband is a very strong indicator of […]

Iron Supplements Might Not Help All the Pregnant Women

According to a study conducted at the Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp, iron supplementation which is recommended to pregnant women might not benefit noticeably, except […]

Acupuncture Might Reduce the Severity of Hot Flushes

According to a study published in Acupuncture in Medicine, traditional acupuncture might reduce the severity of the menopausal symptoms including hot flashes. The effects might […]

Passive Smoking Might Increase the Risk of Birth Defects or Stillbirth: Study

A study conducted by the researchers from the University of Nottingham states that pregnant women who are passive smokers are at a higher risk of […]

Morning-After Pill Might be Safe For Regular Usage

In the US, the morning-after pill is available for people above 17 over-the-counter. However, the government discourages its usage as a regular contraceptive and it […]

Uterine Fibroid Treatments Can Significantly Improve the Quality of Life

A study published in the Radiology states that women who had received one out of three treatments for the uterine fibroids at the Brigham and […]

Women With Miscarriage History Continue to Suffer from Depression For a Long Time

A study conducted at the University of Rochester Medical Center found that the anxiety and depression usually experienced by women after miscarriage might continue for […]

Night Sweats and Hot Flashes Linked to Heart Diseases

According to US researchers, women who experience night sweats and hot flashes at the onset of their menopause might be at a reduced risk of […]

Liver and Proteins Can Affect Fertility

A new report appearing in Cell Metabolism, explains the importance of liver in the fertility. Estrogen receptors found in the liver are very vital for […]

Mammograms Less Accurate in Detecting New Tumors in Cancer Survivors

According to a US study, mammography might be less accurate in detecting breast cancer in women who have already had the disease before. Breast cancer […]

Non-Alcoholic Mouth-Rinse Might Lower Preterm Birth Incidences

A study presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine’s (SMFM), in San Francisco, shows that using non-alcohol mouth-wash which contains cetylpyridinium […]

Excessive Calcification Might be a Cause of Preterm Deliveries

According to a study conducted at the Yale School of Medicine, excessive calcification in amniotic fluid might be one of the reasons of PPROM preterm […]

Weight and Race Determine Success Rate of Infertility Treatment

According to the American researchers, women who are over-weight and from the minority race might have lower success rate with infertility treatments. Researchers noticed that […]