Reproductive Health

This topic focuses on conditions of the reproductive system. Subtopics include reproductive tests, sexually transmitted infections and normal reproductive function.

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  • How Hepatitis A Affects the Body: Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention
    Hepatitis is a disease of the liver that comes in many forms from A to E. If you are asking specifically what is hepatitis A, read on for more details about this specific type of the overall disease.
  • Important Facts About HIV and AIDS
    HIV is a retrovirus that infects, impairs, and destroys the body’s immune system. There are many myths about HIV. Therefore, it is very important to better understand the facts behind HIV infection.
  • Facts about Genital Warts
    General information and facts about genital warts and HPV: prevalence, health risks and complications, prevention, and treatment.
  • How to Treat Scabies
    How to treat scabies can include treating everyone exposed to the patient and thoroughly washing bedding and towels. Learn about treatments for this highly contagious mite-caused condition.
  • Natural Treatments For Preventing Herpes Outbreaks
    Genital herpes is the most common STI in America and is believed to afflict one in six Americans between 14 and 49 years of age. Herpes is caused by a viral infection. This article looks at the causes and symptoms of herpes and discusses how to prevent herpes outbreaks by using natural remedies.
  • List of Antibiotics for Chlamydia
    Chlamydia is a severe and potentially dangerous bacterial infection. Antibiotics can heal this infection. Read on to learn what antibiotics for chlamydia are effective to eradicate the bacteria.
  • Diagnosing Renal Failure: Renal Failure Ultrasound Characteristics
    Renal failure is generally a devastating disease. It can however be diagnosed early, and given prompt management. Find out the renal failure ultrasound characteristics that are usually seen.
  • What is Trichomoniasis?
    What is trichomoniasis? It is the most common sexually transmitted disease (STD) in the world, affecting as many as 170 million people. Although this STD is prevalent across all continents, many people have never heard of the disease. Learn the symptoms and treatment of this infectious disease.
  • Understanding the Pathophysiology of Chronic Renal Failure
    The term pathophysiology refers to the changes in body function or chemistry caused by disease. The pathophysiology of chronic renal failure results in serious changes in the human body.
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