Breasts enhancement surgery is a very popular procedure nowadays. There are so many women who wish to change either the size or shape of their breasts so that even the expenses do not stop them. The surgery presupposes breast implants as well as breast augmentation. There are other methods of breast enlargement; however, surgery is the most favored one. The procedure is simple: you will get sacs filled with saline implanted under your breast tissue. This is safe and the most comfortable way breast enhancement surgery c...
Our bodies are made in a very interesting way so that they are able to attract another sex. It is a very fascinating subject and much is still not investigated. There are a lot of researches made on the account of male and female pheromones and their effects. It would be super to find out the formula and be able to use it when needed. A lot of women would give a lot to be able to use pheromones to attract men.
When you are having a hormonal imbalance, it might seem as if the whole your body is fighting against you. It concerns not only headaches, which might be present during the period, but also the ones, which linger in peri-menopause period and during menopause.
Many ladies are dissatisfied with their breast size. While most people do not really care, and it is what’s your soul is like that matters, there are quite a lot of females that resort to hormone breast enlargement to increase bust size at least to some extent. What are the hormones involved in the process? And is it safe to take such pills?
Phytoestrogens are known as plants with a particular ability to produce the same effect as hormones in the body. They are frequently used in so called herbal hormone replacement therapy.
Women expecting a baby and having genital warts during pregnancy are understandably worried. The chances that a new-born baby will get the infection are pretty small but they exist and any mother will do anything to prevent it. However taking into consideration the health state of a pregnant woman with all the peculiarities, the treatment is different from what is usually prescribed in such cases. It is normal for woman with genital warts during pregnancy to experience the aggravation of the symptoms. It happens becaus...
Menopause frequently, if not always, goes hand in hand with weight problems. The statistics show that about 90% of women in their menopausal period have to struggle with weight that they inevitably gain. This is not the best and nicest time ever and for some women can really be pretty dramatic. Not only the understanding of inevitable aging comes but all the changes become too apparent.
Menopause is something that all the women have to go through in a certain period of their lives. Depending on the intensity of the condition, some women endure it better, some worse
Women in their 40’s and 50's start to experience certain problems with weight as a rule no matter what their forms used to be. However, it is a norm for a woman to get some amount of weight during this period. Menopause is characterized by some weight gain – it is one of the characteristics of the period.
It is normal for a woman after giving birth to be worried about her weight. Most of the women gain some pounds and are eager to return to the shape and size they had before they got pregnant. There are some tips for such new moms that allow shedding pounds without any great effort and harm for health.
Cellulite affects 90% of women who crossed the line of 20. This condition is not connected either with the further aging process of the body type. It is an unpleasant condition but it is, unfortunately, wide-spread.
Cellulite is referred to the condition of skin looking like orange peel. This condition is very frequent among women and as much as 90% of women who passed adolescence suffer from it. However, men are almost never seen with this problem. The most affected areas are generally thighs, abdomen and buttocks.
The situation when you don’t know whether you are pregnant or you are not can be rather stressful, in particular when pregnancy is not wished. Early signs of pregnancy can be really confusing and they are different in different women.
The answer to this question is sure not. Nobody can have a period and be pregnant. The first symptom that you are pregnant is that you don’t have a period. Menstruation and pregnancy are antithesis, they are impossible together. And you should know this.
We have been told a number of times that having sex on your period is safe in terms of conception. However, it’s simply not true: while the chances of it happening are low, there is still such a possibility. Read on to learn how it can happen, and why periods are characterized by lower chances of conception.
Pregnancy is the process of intrauterine gestation. From the very beginning of pregnancy there is menstruation stop. The same happens with hormonal changes, which prepares women’s organism to a lasting period of gestation.
Each woman has a particular period of time in the middle of the menstrual cycle, which is the most favorable time for pregnancy.
Menopause is a normal physiological process, which takes place at a certain age in any woman. Need it to admit that heredity, psychological impact, ecology, environment, availability of surgical interventions play an important role on the female reproductive system.
Today there are so many people who discuss the problems of motherhood and produce impressive number of advices given by experienced mothers; therefore it is quite natural that expectant mothers are frustrated in all this chaotic diversity of ideas, especially when it treats to the first month of pregnancy.
Pregnancy term is the main thing which is necessary to know for gynecologist for proper and quality control of pregnancy in patients.