Supplementing Your Tummy Tuck with Healthy Lifestyle Changes

Tummy Tuck

Getting a tummy tuck is a great way to manage your core after pregnancy or experiencing significant weight loss. This is mostly due to the traumatic effects these situations can have on this area of the human body, which can include loose or split abdominal muscles or the presence of fat and extra loose skin.

Tummy Tuck

Although a tummy tuck is truly a restorative process, there is a need to maintain this area after the operation to ensure it stays in an optimum condition. In this article, we provide a few great pointers to help you better manage your abdominal in the long run.

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Coping With Infertility

infertility

As anyone who’s struggled to conceive can tell you, infertility can be a life-altering experience. It involves a struggle with your physical health while also incorporating emotional challenges. It may even lead to disruptions in your relationship, and all of these issues can spill over into the rest of your life. If you’re experiencing your own fertility battle right now, you’ll know that plenty of support is needed to get through this period. Make sure you’re prepared to handle every issue you encounter with these coping strategies.

infertility

1. Get specialist support. When it comes to conception and fertility, a specialist is better equipped to help you than a regular GP. Seek out an Advanced Fertility Solutions specialist so you know that you have access to every option available at this stage of your journey. They may have a solution to offer that you never knew existed, so this support is essential if you want a positive outcome.

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Natural contraceptives: What are they?

natural contraceptives

Natural contraceptives are methods based on sexual abstinence following the periods of ovulation of the woman. This results in the couple avoiding intercourse on the most probable date of evolution, at least for 8 days in the middle of the menstrual cycle.

natural contraceptives

Natural contraceptives are only recommended for women with very regular menstrual cycles, which make it possible to calculate fertile days reliably from month to month. Otherwise, and especially if an unwanted pregnancy is to be avoided, other methods that are more effective may be considered.

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Preventive Mastectomy: Tightens the risk of breast cancer by 95%

preventive mastectomy

Preventive mastectomy is surgery for the partial or total removal of one or both breasts in order to reduce the risk of breast cancer. A technique that can reduce risk by 95% in cases of genetic predisposition, as has been shown by science.

preventive mastectomy

In our country, Public Health carries out a genetic test in cases where it is detected that there is a genetic risk, although it is only applied in extreme cases and always under medical prescription.

Preventive mastectomy, what is it?

The prophylactic mastectomy is the partial removal of the breast to reduce the risks of cancer in the future, so it is done when the disease has not yet developed. The woman has the final decision.

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Aches and pains associated with orgasm: Symptoms of dysorgasmia

symptoms of dysorgasmia

There are people who suffer from a number of ailments and symptoms associated with orgasm. It is very difficult to treat dysorgasmia because in addition the people who suffer it do not know exactly what is happening to them.

It is very important to recognize this condition as it is the first step to stop suffering. Below you will find the main symptoms related to dysorgasmia.

symptoms of dysorgasmia

What exactly is dysorgasmy?

Dysorgasmia consists of a series of pains that accompany the orgasm. People who suffer from it after the climax do not feel pleasure but a very strong abdominal pain that can sometimes extend to the lower extremities and the mouth of the stomach.

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The 3 phases of menopause

phases of menopause

Menopause is a natural process that occurs in the woman’s body with the arrival of the last period. This is not something that happens immediately, but on the contrary, the process can be extended up to five years. The approximate age of menopause ranges from 45 to 53 years. Women, who experience menopause, go through different phases and have a series of consequences associated with them. Here are the three phases of menopause.

phases of menopause

Phases through which a woman passes during the menopause

Perimenopause
This period occurs during the last five years in which women have regular periods. There may be misalignments in these, which can cause bleeding in the middle of the menstrual cycle or even loss of menstruation with its subsequent recovery intermittently for some months.

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Eggs freezing: New techniques and progress

eggs freezing

The delay in the maternity age is a reality, with many factors influencing this decision. But delaying motherhood does not necessarily mean that women do not want to be mothers, but consider that it is not the most appropriate time (by personal, professional, family situation …).

eggs freezing

The freezing or vitrification, one of the assisted reproduction techniques in which more progress has been made in recent years, allows women to preserve their eggs for a long period of time and delay, therefore motherhood.

Logically, opting for this technique is not a decision that should be delayed too much, since, for example, from the age of 40, The fertility of the eggs is greatly reduced. The best age, according to experts, to freeze the eggs is before the age of 35.

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Puerperal mastitis: Symptoms, causes and treatment

puerperal mastitis

Puerperal mastitis is a very common type of mastitis during breastfeeding. What are its symptoms and what causes it? We will discover everything that you need to know about it.

The mastitis is basically the inflammation of the mammary gland, which can actually be affected by a wide variety of causes, many of them wildly different, although usually very commonly associated with breastfeeding.

puerperal mastitis

But obviously it is not the only one: for example, the mass production of the hormone prolactin (which stimulates the production of breast milk), or even the presence of a breast disease (benign alteration of the breast) can cause an inflammation of the mammary gland of the woman. And only in rare cases it can be caused by breast cancer or certain types of tumors.

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Menstrual pain, infertility and sexual intercourse pain: What causes these symptoms

endometriosis

The endometriosis is a disease that affects 10% of women in their childbearing years, still higher than the percentage of women with endometriosis when infertile reaching up to 35%.

Endometriosis can be developed from the first menstruation however it is often not diagnosed until the 25 or 35 years. This disease also affects women during menopause.

endometriosis

The endometrium is the tissue lining the inner layer of the uterus, and endometriosis is generated when this lining grows in other areas of the body. When growing outside the uterus can be located in the muscle layer of the uterus, the fallopian tubes and ovaries.

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What is Preeclampsia, symptoms, causes and how to detect it

preeclampsia

If you have heard of the preeclampsia, perhaps you will know that it is a disorder that occurs during pregnancy.

It generates a set of symptoms that can affect both mother and baby. Depending on the severity of each case, there are various treatments to address this problem.

preeclampsia

However, less is known about the causes of this disease. If you are pregnant it is therefore good that you internalize on major risk factors that produce preeclampsia and what are the signals that must be attentive.

What is preeclampsia?

Preeclampsia is a condition that occurs during pregnancy, affecting about 15% of pregnant women. It consists of a rise tension caused by pregnancy. It is a potentially dangerous condition for both the mother and baby and can damage the liver, kidneys and the coagulation system of the mother.

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