3 Underlying Reasons For Chronic Pelvic Pain
25 September 2018
Chronic pelvic pain can be an ongoing problem that never seems to get better, or it can also be the same issue that keeps recurring. In either case, when pelvic pain has been an issue for six months or more, it is considered chronic. Nailing down the issue can be difficult since there are many organ systems that might be responsible.
Reproductive And Urinary Ailments
Parts of the urinary and reproductive system are located in the pelvic area, which often means either can be responsible for chronic pain.
Beyond The Bump: Other Symptoms Of Testicular Cancer
30 July 2018
Most men are aware that if they find a lump in their testicles, they should see a doctor because of the risk of testicular cancer. But not everyone with testicular cancer first notices a bump. Sometimes, there are other testicular cancer symptoms that show up first. Here is a look at a few of them.
One sign of testicular cancer is swelling in the testicle. One testicle may simply feel a little larger or more inflamed than the other.
Things To Know About Birth Control
25 June 2018
Being in a committed relationship sometimes leads to couples being less careful when it comes to having protected sexual intercourse. A committed relationship doesn't necessarily mean that a couple is ready to have children, but sometimes pregnancy occurs unexpectedly if birth control isn't always used. If you and your partner just had a child that was conceived unexpectedly and want to prevent the situation from happening again, it is important to consider birth control.
How To Help Your Child Prepare For Booster Vaccines
2 May 2018
Children receive their first vaccines as infants, so they don't remember the experience. However, preschoolers do have the ability to comprehend getting a needle, and many can be afraid. Parents can do a lot to help their kids feel more comfortable and confident about getting booster immunizations. Here are some things you can do with your child to help them get ready.
1. Watch shows or read books about getting vaccines.