What happens during menopause

After forty to forty-five years, the ovaries begin to produce less estrogen. Periods gradually become irregular, you can go much smaller or, conversely, significantly longer than usual. Changes occur in estrogen-dependent organs: the Central nervous

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After forty to forty-five years, the ovaries begin to produce less estrogen. Periods gradually become irregular, you can go much smaller or, conversely, significantly longer than usual. Changes occur in estrogen-dependent organs: the Central nervous

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How menopause works

WHEN YOU HAVE STARTED your PERIOD, you probably already something about this phenomenon known. Even with the lack of sexual education, information about menstruation can be considered accessible: girls are more or less prepared for

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WHEN YOU HAVE STARTED your PERIOD, you probably already something about this phenomenon known. Even with the lack of sexual education, information about menstruation can be considered accessible: girls are more or less prepared for

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When menopause occurs: symptoms and signs

The sooner you learn about the first signs of menopause, the better prepared you will be and realize that it’s not so scary! So let’s put everything on the shelves to be fully armed. What

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The sooner you learn about the first signs of menopause, the better prepared you will be and realize that it’s not so scary! So let’s put everything on the shelves to be fully armed. What

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Cervical cancer

Cervical cancer, originating from the epithelial epithelium of two types, has two main histological variants – squamous (keratinizing and non-thirsting) cancer and adenocarpinoma from the cylindrical epithelium. Epidemiological studies show that there are two age

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Cervical cancer, originating from the epithelial epithelium of two types, has two main histological variants – squamous (keratinizing and non-thirsting) cancer and adenocarpinoma from the cylindrical epithelium. Epidemiological studies show that there are two age

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Precancerous cervical disease

Pre-cancer and cervical cancer have a common etiology and pathogenesis. Currently, the etiological role of HPV in the occurrence of this pathology has been proven. The virus and its genetic material are found in 98%

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Pre-cancer and cervical cancer have a common etiology and pathogenesis. Currently, the etiological role of HPV in the occurrence of this pathology has been proven. The virus and its genetic material are found in 98%

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Background diseases of the cervix

True erosion is a defect of stratified squamous epithelium on the vaginal portion of the cervix. It is believed that true erosion occurs as a result of -inflammatory processes, leading to necrobiosis of stratified squamous

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True erosion is a defect of stratified squamous epithelium on the vaginal portion of the cervix. It is believed that true erosion occurs as a result of -inflammatory processes, leading to necrobiosis of stratified squamous

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Cervical Diseases

Pathological changes of the cervix of the uterus are reflected in the clinico-morphological classification, the most widely used in practice: non-neoplastic processes: true erosion, cervical ectopia, ecropion, leukoplakia (simple), cervical polyps; precancerous changes (dysplasia) –

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Pathological changes of the cervix of the uterus are reflected in the clinico-morphological classification, the most widely used in practice: non-neoplastic processes: true erosion, cervical ectopia, ecropion, leukoplakia (simple), cervical polyps; precancerous changes (dysplasia) –

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Uterine sarcoma

Uterine sarcoma is a malignant tumor that is rare and constitutes from 3 to 5% of all malignant tumors of the uterus. Leiomyosarcoma develops on average at the age of 43–53 years, endometrial stromal sarcoma,

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Uterine sarcoma is a malignant tumor that is rare and constitutes from 3 to 5% of all malignant tumors of the uterus. Leiomyosarcoma develops on average at the age of 43–53 years, endometrial stromal sarcoma,

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Uterine myoma

Uterine fibroids – benign hormone-dependent myometrium tumor, occurs in women of reproductive age (the peak incidence is 40 years). Uterine fibroids up to 30% of gynecological diseases.   Etiology and pathogenesis. Modern ideas about the development

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Uterine fibroids – benign hormone-dependent myometrium tumor, occurs in women of reproductive age (the peak incidence is 40 years). Uterine fibroids up to 30% of gynecological diseases.   Etiology and pathogenesis. Modern ideas about the development

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Cancer of the uterine tube

Cancer of the fallopian tube – the rarest malignant tumor of the female genital organs, the frequency of which is 0.11 – 1.18%. Cancer of the fallopian tube is more often detected at the age

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Cancer of the fallopian tube – the rarest malignant tumor of the female genital organs, the frequency of which is 0.11 – 1.18%. Cancer of the fallopian tube is more often detected at the age

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