Submucosal fibroids are a type of uterine fibroids. They are noncancerous growth of the uterus that often appear during reproductive years. Submucosal fibroids develop in the muscle layer of the uterus, underneath the uterine inner lining, and grow into the uterine cavity. They are not found to be associated with uterine cancer and rarely develop into cancer.
Gynecological cancers are cancers that start in a woman’s reproductive organs. The various types of gynecological cancers are named after the reproductive part, where it starts. Some women develop these cancers just before menopause. Menopause does not cause cancer but the risk of developing cancer increases with age.
A bloat, a blemish or an emotional outburst - before you blame your family or friends for it, there might be something lurking within your body that is letting you react the way you do! Your hormones. It is about time you peg your hormones for things as minute as mood change.
There are two ways that a child can be brought into the world; natural delivery and through assisted C-sections. Be it assisted or natural, the ultimate goal of delivery is to bring a healthy baby into the world. So what are the factors that come into play and how does one decide which process is best? We take a look.