Articles About "Uterus"
Ovulation -- Normal and Abnormal
Normal ovulation Normally, one of the ovaries releases a single mature egg every month, and this is called ovulation. Women may notice pain or abdominal discomfort at the time of ovulation and occasionally have some slight vaginal bleeding. The presence of regular periods, premenstrual tension...
Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Introduction Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is the most common cancer in children. It is a blood cancer that affects the infection fighting cells of the body known as white blood cells. Approximately 1,600 new cases are diagnosed annually in the United States. Through the tireless endeavors of... All About Menstruation
Picture a crowded hallway in your school between classes. People are rushing to class, locker doors are being flung open and slammed shut, and a girl is opening the door to the Girls' room. Now freeze on that mental picture. Which of the following choices is a good description of you in that... Irregular Periods
We hear a lot about the menstrual "cycle," which can make it sound as though it happens like clockwork. And we say that a woman who gets her period every 4 weeks is "regular," as though there's usually something abnormal about women who don't. In fact, most women don't get their periods at exactly...
"Uterus" in the News
Miss Michigan's Life Without a Uterus
Jaclyn Schultz has all the qualities of a pageant contestant: intelligence, beauty, charisma and talent (she was a Polish dancer for nine years). But the Miss Michigan 2013 winner is missing one thing her Miss USA competitors have: a uterus. Monkey with uterus reimplant gives birth
Tokyo, May 11 (ANI): A crab-eating monkey, also known as a long-tail monkey in Japan, has successfully Hysterectomy not tied to heart risk factors: study
By Andrew M. Seaman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Despite evidence suggesting that women whose uterus has been removed may be more likely to experience heart troubles, a new study finds that the usual signs of heart disease risk are not more severe in middle-aged women after hysterectomy. After... Hysterectomy not tied to heart risk factors, study shows
Despite evidence suggesting that women whose uterus has been removed may be more likely to experience heart troubles, a new study finds that the usual signs of heart disease risk are not more severe in middle-aged women after hysterectomy.
More from the Fertility Category
"Uterus" in the Adoption Blogs
February 6, 2013, 1:46 pm
Until quite recently, a couple turning to adoption because they are unable or unwilling to utilize fertility treatments to conceive a mutually biological child also had to make peace with not experiencing pregnancy and childbirth. Today, it is possible to give birth to one’s adopted child. For... Cold and Rainy is My Favorite
October 13, 2011, 11:56 am
The sunshine has left the Midwest and in its place is a muted, hazy feel with rain on the horizon. For many this shift in weather brings gloomy feelings. The children are in the house more, the mess seems to pile up and the fighting increases. Yet, I have to admit this is my favorite time of the... Adoptive Child in the Womb
April 29, 2013, 2:47 pm
What exactly does it mean when we say that we adopted embryos? We “adopted” one batch of embryos directly from the genetic parents back in 2011. We transferred two of them into my uterus at a time, but both attempts failed. I mourned the loss of those little ones as though they had lived in...
"Uterus" in the Adoption Forums
My NAS experience
March 2, 2013, 8:00 am
Squeaks was exposed to heroine at 26 weeks, (and probably more often than that), and tested positive for methadone, opiates, and amphetamines. She was diagnosed with NAS- Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. (Drug withdrawal) She didn't show any FAS symptoms- but who the heck knows what else she was...
Little bit different question~
April 21, 2013, 4:06 pm
Hi there, everyone. I'm new here but full of questions and looking forward to learning and researching as much as I can on this journey.
My husband and I have an 8 year old daughter and are considering adopting an older child to round out our family (ages 5yrs-9yrs). We've just begun really...
Stories About "Uterus"
It's my son's birthday today, 9th December. It's something that I should be celebrating. I should be happy in the knowledge that he has reached this wonderful age, but I'm a long way from feeling... Adoption is Sharing for More Than One Family
Doug and I know first hand the heartaches of infertility, miscarriages, and premature births. We also know the complete joy and fulfillment that adoption brings. The following is a summary of the...
"Uterus" on Adoption.com
Anyone else have fluid in uterus issues? - FertilityCommunity.com
Well my first ER March 4th and went to a frozen cycle because I had fluid in my uterus. So we had an HYS done and all looked well. So now I am moving
Hyperstimulation & Endometrial Lining - Art, Drugs, Fertility
That said, 11 is a good number, referring to the millimeters of thickness that the lining of your uterus measures. Regarding the response of your endometrium to progesterone, I can only say that there are a number of reasons that one's endometrium may need more boosting, ...
Abdominal Adhesions & Infertility - Implantation, Infertility
If my uterus does remain suspended as it is, will this possibly affect implantation? I've a had a couple menstrual cycles prior to these findings which were very late, and I'm now wondering if my fertility could be hampered during the implantation phase of conception."
Retroverted Uterus - FertilityCommunity.com
I also have a tilted uterus. I was concerned and asked my Dr about it. He said it can be trickier to do the embryo transfer because placement is a little harder to get to, but other than that he didn't have any concerns.
Web Results for "Uterus"
About the Uterus conditions treatments - Women's Health ...
Learn about the role of the uterus. Find out about common conditions affecting the uterus, and discover your treatment options.
uterus Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com ...
uterus in most female mammals, hollow muscular organ in which the fetus develops and from which it is delivered at the end of pregnancy . The...
Uterus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The uterus (from Latin "uterus", plural uteri) or womb is a major female hormone-responsive reproductive sex organ of most mammals including humans. One end, the cervix, opens into the vagina, while the other is connected to one or both fallopian tubes, depending on the species. It is within the ...