OBGYN visits for early detection

OBGYN visits for early detection

  • Bacterial Vaginosis: Everything A Woman Needs To Know

    Bacterial vaginosis is the name of a vaginal inflammation caused by an overgrowth of bacteria in a woman's vagina. The inflammation sets in when the overgrowth upsets the normal balance of vaginal bacteria. While women who are in their reproductive years are more likely to get bacterial vaginosis, this is a condition any woman can experience. What Cases This Inflammation to Occur? The unfortunate truth is medical experts and researchers have yet to determine exactly what causes a woman to develop bacterial vaginosis.

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    OBGYN visits for early detection

    When was the last time you went to your OBGYN for an exam? I skipped two of my bi-yearly exams because I didn't feel that they were necessary. When I began experiencing extreme cramping in my lower stomach, I knew that something was wrong. I went to the emergency room and found that I had cervical cancer. Since I skipped those important exams, the cancer had progressed significantly. So, why should you go to your OB when you don't feel sick, uncomfortable or have any health issues? My blog will show you exactly what early detection can do when you have cancer.