What are vaccines?
Vaccines are a series of biological products that are composed of a set of inactive or weakened microorganisms. These microorganisms are injected into the body as a preventative measure for infectious diseases and allergies. There are different types of vaccines and each one is designed to show the immune system how to fight against specific viruses.
Once the vaccine is introduced into the body, it recreates the disease without...
What is vacuum therapy?
Why is it performed?
What does it involve?
How to prepare for it
What is vacuum therapy?
Vacuum therapy is a non-invasive treatment to combat severe...
What are vaginal cysts?
A vaginal cyst is a benign sac-like growth filled with air, fluid or pus that develops in the vaginal wall. Most develop on or under the lining of the vagina.Some vaginal cysts are so small that they can’t be seen by the naked eye. Others can grow much larger to the size of an orange.
Obstetrics & gynaecology, Aesthetic medicine , Urology
What is vaginal dryness?
Vaginal dryness occurs due to a decrease in the levels of oestrogen hormones that keep lubricated the vagina and prevents any kind of pathology. When oestrogen levels are low, the vaginal lining shrinks and thickens impeding lubrication.
Vaginal dryness is a disorder that occurs frequently in those just before the
What problems can affect the vagina?
There are a number of problems that can affect the vagina, including:
Vaginitis – inflammation of the vagina. Usually caused by bacteria or yeast infections.
What is vaginal prolapse?
Vaginal prolapse, also called pelvis organ prolapse (POP), is when the muscles that support the organs in the pelvis weaken and one or more of the organs begins to bulge into and even out of the vagina. Organs that can prolapse in this way include:
Rectum (end of the bowel)
Prognosis of vaginal prolapse
What is the vaginal ring?
The vaginal ring, also known as the contraceptive ring, is a contraceptive method to avoid pregnancy. The ring sits inside the vagina and releases continuous doses of oestrogen and progestogen into the bloodstream to prevent pregnancy by preventing the ovaries from releasing an egg each month. The progestogen helps prevent sperm from entering the uterus by causing the...
Psychology, Obstetrics & gynaecology, Physiotherapy, Psychiatry, Fertility specialist, Genitourinary Medicine
What is vaginismus?
Vaginismus is a condition where the muscles in the vagina spasm and tighten involuntarily in response to sexual penetration, gynaecological examination or insertion of a tampon. The tightening or even closing of the vagina is completely unconscious, like the reflex of the eye shutting when something comes close to it. For many women and their partners this can cause a great degree of stress and anxiety because sexual intercourse and gynaecological examinations...
What is vaginitis?
Vaginitis is the inflammation of the vagina and vulva, causing itching, pain or discomfort and discharge. It is one of the most frequent gynaecological problems and it is estimated that 90% of women will suffer from some form of vaginitis throughout their lives.
There are different types of vaginitis:
Yeast infection (
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