The physical examination takes place on the notorious gynecological chair. Even though its shape is rather off-putting and it – esp. The abdominal wall is relieved by the slight elevation of the upper body, making it soft and easy to palpate; the upholstery of the chair, including in the back, counteracts a hollow back and … Read more
Depending on the issue, there are a number of other examinations. Their use depends on the various complications or concerns of the patient. Examination Methods Sonography: ultrasound plays an important role in gynecological practice – especially during pregnancy, but also, among other things, when a child is wanted or a tumor is suspected. It can … Read more
From the age of 40, an average of 0.3 to 0.5 percent of bone mass is lost per year. In the period before and after menopause, the rate of loss increases by an average of 2 to 5 percent per year. Regular exercise and an optimal supply of calcium and vitamin D are essential for … Read more
Menstrual bleeding is a sign of a periodic process controlled by many hormones. Disturbances in the regulatory structure can lead to deviations in the strength, duration and regularity of the period. Sometimes it does not occur at all. Read here about the causes behind a missed period and what you can do about it. Primary … Read more
Homeopathy and period pain – does it fit? Pain before and during the period knows almost every woman. But while some feel only a slight pulling in the abdomen, the days are for others a real ordeal. Cramping abdominal pain, migraine attacks, circulatory problems and mood swings accompany menstruation for many women. To alleviate these … Read more
Signs of Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) can include: from sky-high to sad to death, from energetic to tired and unfocused – the monthly ups and downs of hormones cause many women to experience fluctuations in their physical and mental well-being. The days leading up to the period are not the best for many women. PMS: What … Read more
Try which of the following home remedies will help you. A hot water bottle or a warm bath does many sufferers good. Let it go on the “days” just a little quieter and treat yourself consciously a little time out. Many women swear by decramping plant teas from lady’s mantle, goose cinquefoil or yarrow. Good … Read more
Menstrual cramps are not imaginary. Science has long since discovered what, according to estimates, causes almost every third woman and even every second girl to suffer month after month: prostaglandins are the name of the culprit. 54% of all women suffer from symptoms during their period, such as pain in the lower abdomen, back pain … Read more
In childbearing age, non-pregnant women have their menstrual period approximately every three to five weeks. Occasionally, however, additional intermenstrual bleeding occurs outside the cycle, which can have a variety of harmless but also dangerous causes. Therefore, interim bleeding should be taken seriously and clarified by a gynecologist. Bleeding between periods and spotting The blood discharges … Read more
Certainly there are things that a woman prefers to do than to visit the gynecologist. But it is also certain that only regular examinations can detect disorders at an early stage. Therefore, every woman should go for a check-up once a year from the age of 20 at the latest. Tasks of a gynecologist The … Read more
Psyche – Nervous System (F00-F99; G00-G99). Depression Migraine Genitourinary system (kidneys, urinary tract – sex organs) (N00-N99) Endometriosis – benign but painful proliferation of endometrium outside the uterine cavity. Further Adhesions (adhesions) after abdominal surgery.
The following are the most important diseases or complications that may be contributed to by premenstrual syndrome (PMS): Psyche – Nervous System (F00-F99; G00-G99). Anxiety – in premenstrual syndrome (PMS) with dysmenorrhea in adolescent girls. Depression – in premenstrual syndrome (PMS) with dysmenorrhea in adolescent girls.