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Women's health conditions and herbal treatment

Women's health conditions and herbal treatment

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lecture notes on women's health issues, and their herbal treatment, conditions covered are Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Menorrhagia, fibroids, endometriosis, fibrocystic breast disease, vaginosis, vaginitis, abnormal PAP smear tests, Pelvic inflammatory disease, dysmenorrhoea,.....
lecture notes on women's health issues, and their herbal treatment, conditions covered are Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Menorrhagia, fibroids, endometriosis, fibrocystic breast disease, vaginosis, vaginitis, abnormal PAP smear tests, Pelvic inflammatory disease, dysmenorrhoea,.....

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Polycystic Ovariansyndrome
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ould be called polyfollicular, t
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eyare not really ovarian cysts.
20% of t
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e population
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ave t
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erited.
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e calorie use is veryefficient, also very efficient atstoring calories; w
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ole week of fasting mig
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t be needed toproduce weig
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t loss.
 
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PCOS a condition which consist of the presence of two out of thefollowing three criteria, with theexclusion of other aetiologies
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ligo-and /or anovulation
h
yperandrogenism (clinical and /or bioc
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emical)
polycystic ovaries(ovary wit
h
12 or more follicles,measuring 2-9mm in diameter and or increasedovarian volume).
 Alt
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oug
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t
h
e number of cysts may be of less relevancet
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an t
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e volume of ovarian stroma, w
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ic
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correlatewit
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serum testosterone concentrations.
 
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 A women
h
aving polycystic ovariesin t
h
e absence of an ovulationdisorder, or 
h
yperandrogenism,s
h
ould not be considered as
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aving PC
O
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, alt
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oug
h
s
h
e maydevelop syndrome over time. E.g.if s
h
e gains weig
h
t.
Sh
ould be considered as complexendocrine disorder.

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