by Internet Medical Society
A fibroid that grows to the outside of the uterus (a subserous myoma) can grow in such a way that it is only attached to the uterus with a stalk. Such a stalked myoma can rotate on its own axis. If it does not turn back by itself, the tissue may die because the blood vessels are pinched. This causes a very severe abdominal pain and must be operated soon with the various…Continue
The uterine polyp or endometrial polyp is an outgrowth of the endometrium, the lining that lines the inside of the uterus. This tumor is harmless and its size, number, shape, and composition are variable. A polyp can fill the entire uterine cavity, be it single or multiple or be it pedunculated (attaching to the uterus with one foot) or sessile (with a large implant base) in nature.
It can remain contained in the uterine cavity, located in the cervix, or be externalized by the cervix…Continue
For males, a fertile normal sperm quantity should be around 20 million per milliliter, and if it is less than that than it is considered to be oligospermia or low sperm count.
To find out if a man is suffering from oligospermia, it is necessary that he undergoes a certain examination known as spermogram. Usually, when a couple starts trying for pregnancy, the time for a…Continue
There are many ovarian cyst symptoms. If you have the following symptoms of a ruptured cyst, then you should head to your doctor anytime soon.