Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Polycystic ovarian syndrome or commonly known as PCOS, it is also well-known by the term Stein-Leventhal syndrome.

Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a hormonal disorder that may cause females to have diverse manifestations. It must be eminent that most females with this condition have numerous small cysts inside their ovaries. Nevertheless, females can have cysts inside their ovaries for several reasons, and it is the description constellation of signs, rather than the existence of the cyst itself, which is essential in instituting the diagnosis of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Stein-Leventhal syndrome occurs in five to ten per cent of females and is the most usual origin of sterility in females. The manifestations of polycystic ovary syndrome can start in adolescence with menstrual flow irregularity, or a female who cannot know that she has this disorder until later in her life when manifestations or/and sterility occur. Women of all races can be affected.

Ovarian Cancer Symptoms

Ovarian cancer symptoms usually goes undetected for several months or years, making it hard to diagnose.

Cancer happens when cells grows abnormally. Cells in cancer transform and rapidly begin to multiply and grow uncontrollably. Masses are formed when these cells grow and multiply; these masses are known as tumors. Cancer is a very dangerous disease. Because of the vast number of cells due to rapid multiplication of cells, healthy cells are being deprived of nutrients and oxygen which is necessary for them to function normally.

Perimenopause Symptoms

Perimenopause symptoms otherwise known as menopause transition are the stage wherein physical changes occur in women to prepare for menopause.

When a woman doesn’t experience any menstrual period for 12 consecutive months, it is known as menopause. A woman can tell if she is experiencing perimenopause symptoms when she is undergoing changes in her menstrual periods. These changes typically occur several years before menopause symptoms appear. Pms symptoms occur because of changes in the levels of hormones produced by aging ovaries, which then leads to irregular menstrual patterns and hot flashes. Other changes include fatigue, difficulty sleeping, a change in sexual desire, vaginal dryness, forgetfulness, mood swings, and night sweats.