Reproductive System Diseases
It refers to a condition in which an individual fails to menstruate. There are two types of amenorrhea -primary and secondary amenorrhea. Primary Amenorrhea is the abnormal delay of menstrual cycle, and secondary amenorrhea happens in women who have not reached premenopausal age.
It is the condition in which ulcers are formed in the cervix region. It is characterized by bright red and pink spots, around the cervical opening. During the beginning of the disease, patches of mucus are discarded by the body. This is then followed up by different levels of remedial measures.
This is essentially an inflammation of uterine cervix. Many mucus glands are present in this region, which keep the vagina lubricated. Nonetheless, this creates a conducive environment for the growth of microbes and other bacteria. Thus, infections in the vagina can be transmitted to the uterine cervix leading to inflammation of cervix.
It is a condition characterized by prolonged gaps between two menses. Normally a woman menstruates every 25-30 days, though in Oligomenorrhea, women only menstruate for 4 to 9 times in a year. This condition is caused due to deficiency in estrogen and might lead to infertility.
This is also known as childbed fever as it occurs within 10 days of childbirth or miscarriage. The raw placenta becomes very prone to lacerations and infections after the separation. It is characterized by very high fever, and requires medical attention.
It occurs when endometrium, which normally lines a uterus, grows in other places. The most common incursions are the fallopian tubes, tissue lining a woman’s pelvis and ovaries. The problem occurs because the blood normally passing during the menstruation is trapped from this displaced lining, and irritates the surrounding tissues.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) refers to the condition of the ovaries in affected women where they are enlarged and covered in numerous small cysts. It is a common hormonal disorder in women of reproductive age. It is characterized by abnormal menstrual periods and excess hair growth. If undiagnosed in the early stages can result in long-term complications and risks.
This disease is due to abnormal enlargement of breasts in men. It is mainly credited to hormonal imbalance. Once the male hormone androgen takes over after puberty, the development of breasts stops. Typically, Gynecomastia afflicts only one breast.
This disease is characterized by accumulation of fluids in and around testes. This is usually reported in older males of aged 40 and above. The causes of Hydrocele are a direct physical injury to testes or could be an internal disturbances. This is an asymptomatic condition and if left untreated may lead to testicular tumors.
This disorder refers to painful erection. In this condition, the enlarged part becomes tender and painful leading to constant pain during erection. Although the individual may experience pleasurable sensation for some time, the pain erupts again.
This refers to prostate gland, which is a major functional gland in men. Any abnormality or dysfunction in this gland results in excess of diseases and disorders. These diseases of prostrate mainly afflict men in their sixties and seventies.
It is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection. It starts as a painless sore on the genitals, other body parts, or mouth. It can lead to serious complications if left untreated such as seizures, dementia, and blindness.