Women’s Sexual Dysfunction, are Hormonal Contraceptives to Blame?

Women’s Sexual Dysfunction, are Hormonal Contraceptives to Blame?

Female sexual dysfunction (FSD), a disorder that keeps a women from enjoying sex over extended periods of time, includes many symptoms such as difficulty becoming aroused, lack of orgasm, painful intercourse, and lack of desire. This is a common disorder with 43% of women reporting some degree of difficulty. These problems can a negative impact on quality of life and relationships with sexual partners. Causes of FSD can be either psychological or physical...

Donor Egg Risks & Complications

Donor Egg Risks & Complications

Prior to beginning a donor egg cycle, it is highly recommended that egg donors thoroughly discuss all potential risks and side effects of egg donation with their fertility physician...

Avastin: Extending the Life for Advanced Cervical Cancer Patients

Avastin: Extending the Life for Advanced Cervical Cancer Patients

Most forms of cancer that reach an advanced stage – with or without spreading (metastasis) – are killers. Cervical cancer is no exception. Whereas the survival rate for women diagnosed with stage 1 cervical cancer is 80-90%, with stage IV the survival rate is less than 15%. In fact, currently, most women diagnosed with stage IV or recurring cervical cancer live less than 12 months...

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