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Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) is important for normal water rebalancing in the body. Too much ADH leads to the syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) secretion. and decreased levels of sodium in the blood

The thyroid gland is in the neck. It is part of the endocrine system and produces a substance (thyroid hormone) that helps regulate metabolism. Thyroid nodules are glandular masses of this tissue. Lumps may be caused by infection, cysts, benign tumors. or malignant tumors of the thyroid gland Most lumps are small tumors or fluid-filled cysts. because some thyroid lumps are cancerous Every piece should be inspected.

The thyroid is a small gland located in the center of the neck and is important for regulating metabolism. Thyroiditis is an inflammation of this gland. Inflammation can result in overactive glands

Turner's syndrome is a genetic disorder involving chromosomal defects. Chromosomes are composed of genes made up of DNA. The chromosomes within the cell provide a blueprint for each person's development. Turner's syndrome affects girls who are missing the chromosomes that normal women have. This defect leads to different physical symptoms, mild or severe.

A prolactinoma is a tumor of the prolactin-producing cells of the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland, or master gland, is located at the bottom of the brain and controls growth, metabolism, and reproduction. One of the many hormones secreted by the pituitary gland is prolactin. Prolactin causes a woman's breasts to secrete milk after pregnancy. Tumors in the prolactin-secreting cells of the pituitary cause too much prolactin in the bloodstream. Prolactinomas are rare and occur in 1 or 2 people out of 10,000. Most are treatable.

Pituitary nodules are growths in the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland, or master gland, is located at the base of the brain and controls growth, metabolism, .

Metabolic syndrome is a combination of factors that increase the risk of cardiovascular disease (such as coronary heart disease), kidney disease, and diabetes. Nearly 47 million adults in the United States have the syndrome. It is more common in middle-aged and older people.

It is a disease that is inherited in males. It can affect different stages of development, including physical, linguistic, and social development. Klinefelter syndrome affects about 1 in 400 to 1 in 1,000 males.

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

Hypopituitarism, or underactive pituitary gland, occurs when the pituitary gland does not produce enough hormones. It is a rare medical disease. The pituitary gland located beneath the brain is called the main gland It also regulates other hormone-producing glands. These other glands are the thyroid, adrenal glands, and the genitals. Gradual or sudden impact the pituitary gland is Important for controlling water balance, blood pressure, sex, response to stress. and basic metabolism in the condition of the pituitary gland malfunctioning These hormones cannot be released.

Hypoglycemia means that your blood sugar levels are too low. In diabetes, blood sugar levels are often too high (hyperglycemia), but sometimes blood sugar can be low after treatment. This is because hypoglycemia can lead to loss of consciousness. Symptoms must be recognized and treated immediately.

It is a disease caused by an overactive thyroid gland. the thyroid gland is located neck area and produce thyroid hormones This hormone regulates the rate at which the body functions. Too much hormones cause symptoms of hyperthyroidism. Women are three times more likely than men to develop hyperthyroidism.

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

A hot flash is a sudden onset of intense warmth in your neck, face, or chest, and is often accompanied by sweating and anxiety. Hot flashes are more common in women during menopause. Menopause (life changes when menstruation stops) Most start 1 to 2 years before menopause and stop after 2 years, but some women have it. Hot flashes for more than 15 years affecting women 75% after menopause

Hirsutism refers to excessive hair growth on the face and body in women. Darker hair thickens in areas where male hair grows, such as the upper lip, chin, and sideburns. Hirsutism is common in 5% to 10% of women and is usually severe. Increased body hair is common in white women of Mediterranean origin. Most women do not need medical care. Therapy may improve hirsutism. But it may take months. Hirsutism cannot be prevented.

It is a condition in which one or both breasts are enlarged in males. It usually occurs in three age groups: newborns, boys, ages 12 to 16 and older, men. In boys, the breasts may return to normal 6 months to 3 years after puberty.

carcinoid syndrome is an abnormality that occurs when a small tumor (Carcinoid tumors) produce chemicals that enter the bloodstream. Chemicals cause these symptoms. Slow-growing tumors are mainly found in the gastrointestinal tract and lungs (bronchi), occur most commonly in the appendix and frequently in the small intestine (20%); rectum (15%); trachea (12%), esophagus, stomach and colon (10%); and ovaries, biliary tract, and pancreas (3%). When the tumor has spread and caused this symptom The disease is rare and occurs in about 3 out of 100,000 people.

Puberty is when a child's body begins to mature. They produce hormones which are substances from the endocrine system. Some hormones are produced by the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. Certain hormones cause the ovaries to grow in girls and testicles in boys. Women make estrogen and men make testosterone. These changes cause maturation and secondary sex characteristics. boy with facial hair girls develop breasts And pregnancy can occur in sexually active women. Late puberty means puberty. Doesn't start at normal time Puberty usually begins between the ages of 7 and 13 for girls. and between the ages of 9 and 15 for boys.

Diabetes insipidus is a disease caused by a decrease in the amount or action of hormones that help regulate water balance. This hormone is known as anti-diuretic hormone (ADH). Also known as vasopressin, the pituitary gland regulates the flow of ADH into the bloodstream. ADH helps the kidneys maintain a normal water balance in the body. The two main types of diabetes insipidus are the midbrain and the kidneys. The midbrain type is caused by lower ADH production. In nephrogenic diabetes insipidus, ADH production is normal or increased. But the kidneys do not respond normally to hormones.

The thyroid is an important endocrine gland located in the anterior region of the neck. It produces hormones It acts on metabolism and regulates mood, weight and energy. Graves Autoimmune diseases are the most common diseases that produce too much thyroid hormone. can affect both sexes but primarily affects women An autoimmune disease is a disease in which the immune system The body's system destroys healthy organs or tissues themselves.

It is a condition in which there is abnormal flow from the breast. milky fluid seeping from the nipples of women who are not breastfeeding Lactation is common in women who have had children and in women who have recently become pregnant or have stopped breastfeeding. It is also quite common in newborns. (This used to be called witch's milk.) In most women, it resolves on its own without treatment. It is a less common condition in males.

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

Mastitis is an infection of one or more milk ducts. It is often associated with breastfeeding and can cause serious disease if undetected and not aggressively treated. About 2% to 3% of breastfeeding women develop mastitis.

Cervical incompetence is the weakening or abnormal opening of the cervix early in pregnancy. The cervix is the entrance to the uterus. A loose cervix often leads to dilatation of the entire cervical canal during the second trimester. The uterine lining that holds the fetus in place (the sac) may rupture and the baby may be born prematurely. Up to 2% of all pregnancies may be affected. This condition can cause 20% to 25% of all second-trimester pregnancy losses.

Kegel exercises can help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. The part of the body that includes the hip bone is the pelvic region. The pelvic floor muscles are at the bottom of this area (pelvic floor), the muscles between the legs, and the part that can be closed with a tampon. These muscles are important for supporting the bladder, uterus (womb), and rectum. These muscles prevent urination and defecation. (bowel movement) leaking These muscles also perform important functions during sex.

Cancer refers to the growth of abnormal cells in the body. Vaginal cancer refers to the growth of cancer cells in the vagina. The vagina is the tube that connects the uterus to the genitals. This type of cancer usually develops in the cells lining the vagina. This rare cancer affects 1 in 200,000 women and occurs primarily after menopause. (Change of life) The average age is 60 years. Cancer can spread to nearby organs or parts of the body through the bloodstream or lymphatic system.

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.

Vaginitis is inflammation (redness) of the vagina. It can have different causes, including a yeast infection called Candida albicans, a type of fungus, which is one cause. It is very common with up to 75% of women having a vaginal yeast infection. Women of any age can get these infections. When Candida yeasts are in large numbers, they can cause symptoms. In most cases, Candida vaginitis is easily treated. A number of women have recurring yeast infections.

Uterine prolapse is the protrusion of the uterus into the vagina. The uterus is usually located above the vagina, held by muscles and ligaments. Uterine prolapse is caused by these muscles and ligaments and are too weak to hold on to the uterus. Gradually, the uterus sags and moves out of its normal position, so it bulges into the vagina. in extreme cases The uterus is very dilated and protrudes outside the vagina in between the legs. The bladder, urethra, and rectum (the muscles that control bowel movements) may bulge out along with the uterus. Untreated prolapse can cause cervical ulceration. This increases the likelihood of infection or injury to other pelvic organs.

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