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How does PID Affect Menstrual Periods? As is known, PID is serious sexually transmitted diseases and can be classified into chronic endometriosis and chronic salpingitis. PID is a infection on female reproductive organs....[read article]

When it comes to diarrhea, many peoples first response is stomach diseases. But for women, diarrhea may be triggered by PID. We should pay more attention on it. PID is a common gynecological inflammation of women. ...[read article]

Severe back pain can affect women's life and work, gynae problems are a common cause of women's back pain, then which gynecological diseases can cause back pain?...[read article]

Its main manifestations are abnormal menstrual cycle or amount of bleeding, or abdominal pain and systemic symptoms before and during menstruation. ...[read article]

Uterine hypertrophy (Uterine Enlargement) is a very common female uterine disease. It can bring very serious impact and harm to the health of women. There are many causes for uterine hypertrophy, so what do we know about the major causes?...[read article]

Pelvic inflammation is mainly caused by pathogenic bacteriainfection, it is easy to induce PID if not paying attentionto daily habits....[read article]

Although endometritis and pelvic inflammatory disease are both inflammation, the two are different in terms of symptoms and causes, which could have a great impact on the physical and mentalhealth of women....[read article]


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