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  1. Menopause

    ... the ovaries (because of medical reasons such as uterine cancer or endometriosis ), from chemotherapy or radiation damage to the ... caused by the estrogen, an increased risk of endometrial cancer). If a woman has undergone hysterectomy, she does not need the ...

    nmichelsen - 05/27/2015 - 14:11

  2. How to Tell Your Partner You Have an STI

    ... health problems, like infertility or cervical cancer . Even for those STIs that cannot be cured, like HIV and herpes ...

    Courtney Perkins - 03/10/2018 - 15:44

  3. Combination Pills

    ... Have lupus ·      Have liver disease or liver cancer ·      Have diabetes ·      Have uncontrollable high ... The pill has been said to increase the risk of breast cancer in some women. However, most recent medical literature suggests that ...

    mdavis - 05/01/2015 - 09:46

  4. Eating Skinny vs. Eating Healthy

    ... fats have an effect on increasing colon and prostate cancer risk, so we recommend whenever possible to choose healthy unsaturated ... nutrition and physical activity director of the American Cancer Society.  Common misconception regarding thinness is that it equates to ...

    Ankush Rayabhari - 02/02/2018 - 12:30

  5. Guide to Healthy Eating

    ... your life, including lowering the risk of heart disease, cancer, and other chronic disorders, as well as maintaining a healthy weight to ... help reduce risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, and cancer. 3 Fat can be broken down into three different types: saturated, ...

    jgarshfield - 05/29/2018 - 20:44

  6. STI Testing

    ... warts): Visual diagnosis HPV ( Cervical cancer ): If Pap test result is abnormal, HPV and DNA test, followed by and ...

    rmilazzo - 03/21/2018 - 15:05

  7. Hydrocele (of the Testes)

    ... can mistake a more serious medical (infection, tumor, cancer etc.) for a hydrocele. These two serious conditions have the adverse ... possible causes of swelling (testicular tumor, infection, cancer etc.)   Treatments Most hydroceles are present at ...

    hsnyder - 05/22/2018 - 10:11

  8. Could You Have an STI?

    ... but the virus will remain.4 HPV can also lead to anal cancer in both genders and cervical cancer in women. In both cases, men and women tend to be asymptomatic in the ...

    arenteria - 11/10/2015 - 15:19

  9. Birth Control Pill Overview

    ... Have unexplained vaginal bleeding Have breast cancer Have had a heart attack, stroke , or other serious heart problems Have liver disease or liver cancer Have high blood pressure or cholesterol levels ...

    mdavis - 05/01/2018 - 19:54

  10. Progestin-Only Pills

    ... and PMS 5 Decreased risk of uterine and ovarian cancer 5 If you do become pregnant while taking the pill, the fetus will ...

    mdavis - 05/01/2015 - 09:43

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