8% to 18% of people in the United States are unable to conceive and have children. Usually, 80% to 90% of healthy couples will conceive within 1 year of trying to conceive. Infertility often refers to the inability to conceive after one year of trying. Infertility can be divided into primary and secondary as the basis for fertility. Women who had never been pregnant were in primary care, and women who had been pregnant more than a year ago were in secondary care. More than half of infertile people were in primary care. and difficult to get pregnant after the age of 30

Vaginal dryness is a loss of normal moisture. (or lubricant) in the vagina The result is discomfort and pain. It can also prevent sexual activity from flowing. It's a common problem. every woman can have But it is more common in women near menopause. It affects about one in five women in the near term, and more than half in women. after not producing estrogen in women for 5 years

The placenta is the organ connected to the growing fetus on the wall of the uterus. It receives nutrients to the fetus and removes waste products and facilitates the exchange of oxygen through the mother's blood. The placenta tends to move up and away from the cervix. (opening at the bottom of the uterus) during fetal growth if not The cervix may be blocked. Placenta previa (placenta pre via) occurs when the placenta attaches to the wall of the uterus in the wrong place. near or covering the cervix Placenta previa affects approximately 1 in 200 pregnancies. It is the leading cause of bleeding during pregnancy. It may be total, partial, incremental, or minor. In total placenta previa, the opening is completely closed. in some placenta previa The opening is partially closed. In the marginal placenta previa, the edge of the placenta lies at the edge of the opening. in placenta previa The placenta sticks in the lower part of the uterus, and its edge is near the edge of the opening.

Preeclampsia and preeclampsia are complications of pregnancy. Preeclampsia is associated with high blood pressure. loss of protein in the urine Eclampsia is also known as preeclampsia (which means kidney damage) and swelling of the feet that starts after the 20th week of pregnancy. Eclampsia is also known as preeclampsia or gestational seizures. It's a seizure. or coma in women with pre-eclampsia It can also occur when preeclampsia is not present. Seizures are not related to brain abnormalities. Eclampsia usually occurs after 20 weeks of pregnancy or less than 48 hours after delivery. Eclampsia that occurs before or after those times is called atypical eclampsia. convulsions not normal It occurs in 1 in 2,000 to 3,000 pregnancies. It's more common in women with preeclampsia. Of those women, 2% to 4% had seizures occurring.

An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy somewhere other than the uterus. The most common place is the fallopian tubes. It's called a tubal pregnancy. These narrow tubes connect the uterus and ovaries. in normal pregnancy The fertilized egg travels through the fallopian tube to the uterus. The fallopian tubes are not large enough for the growing embryo. and cannot continue to get pregnant normally If the pregnancy continues, the tubes will stretch and rupture. This situation is an emergency and life threatening for the mother. An ectopic pregnancy occurs in the ovary, cervix, or abdomen. Often

Morning sickness is nausea and vomiting that occurs during early pregnancy. Although 70% to 85% of women will experience morning sickness, only 1% to 2% will have many problems that can threaten the health of their pregnancy. womb This is called hyperemesis gravidarum (HG). Morning sickness is more likely to lead to twin pregnancies. (two or more twins)

Each month, approximately 2 weeks after menstruation, the ovaries release an egg. Fallopian tube connected to the uterus If you have sex during ovulation The sperm moves to mix with the egg and implant in the uterus.

performed while examining the inside of a woman's vagina and collecting cervical cells for a microscope by inserting a speculum In the vagina to view the vulva and the doctor uses a spatula to collect a sample around the cervix. and labels on slides The cervical cancer screening test shows the effect of estrogen on the vagina and cervix and The examination can show that there is an infection.

Diabetes is a condition in which blood sugar is higher than normal. Gestational diabetes is the first diagnosed diabetes in pregnancy and the disease disappears after delivery. Some people develop diabetes after giving birth.

is pain during insertion It is divided into primary, which is pain every time when insertion. Secondary, there will be pain, sometimes there may be a feeling of pain around the skin around the vagina. Or deep pain from the insertion, which 60% of women would dare to tell the doctor.

The uterus lies between the bladder and rectum. and the uterine tissue is called the endometrium. this anomaly Caused by tissues within the uterus to grow in other organs such as ovaries, fallopian tubes, pelvic floor

Usually, menstruation stops during pregnancy, while breastfeeding, or during menopause. Women of childbearing age who miss their periods are called "menstrual disorders". Amenorrhea, which is divided into two types, primary or secondary, depending on whether the symptoms occur before or after the first menstruation. If it is a primary type Occurs when menstruation is reached and there is no period

Premature placenta ablation is a serious complication of pregnancy. The placenta sloughs off the inner wall of the uterus before delivery is due. Which can be divided into 3 types, divided into levels 1, 2 and 3, where the pond tells the severity of the disease.

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