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Understanding and addressing vulval skin problems

Genital skin problems in women can cause discomfort, pain, and distress. They can also interfere with daily activities, sexual intimacy, and self-esteem. Additionally, untreated infections can lead to complications. Leading consultant in sexual and reproductive health Dr Emily Lord provides a guide to the various types of vulval skin problems, including an explanation of what happens during a clinical examination, and how they can be managed.

Health issues in modern women vs women in the past: a comparative analysis

The transition from traditional to modern lifestyles has brought about significant changes in various aspects of our lives. In the context of women's health, there is a growing concern that modern women are more prone to conditions such as premenstrual syndrome (PMS), endometriosis, adenomyosis, and fibroids. Mr Mahantesh Karoshi, leading women’s health expert and consultant gynaecologist aims explores the potential reasons behind this increased vulnerability, attributing it to the shift in lifestyle factors such as dietary choices and sedentary habits.

Coping with premature menopause

Premature menopause, also known as Premature ovarian insufficiency (POI), is a condition that affects women under the age of 40, causing cessation of menstruation and a decline in reproductive hormones earlier than expected. This phenomenon, while relatively uncommon, presents significant physical, emotional, and psychological challenges for those experiencing it. In her latest online article, Dr Ashlesha Dhairyawan delves into the intricacies of premature menopause, exploring its causes, symptoms, impacts, and management strategies.

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