Addressing The Struggle: Menstrual Disorders Diagnosis and Intervention Strategies

Patient Education This article is tailored for patients. Refer your patients to this article for them to learn more about their condition. Addressing The Struggle : Menstrual Disorders Diagnosis and Intervention Strategies   From irregular periods to more severe symptoms such as excessive bleeding or unbearable pains, these conditions can significantly impact a

Exploring Better Therapies For Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: The Role Of Anti-Obesity Medications

Exploring Better Therapies For Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: The Role Of Anti-Obesity Medications   Overview This systematic review and meta-analysis aimed to assess the efficacy of anti-obesity agents in addressing hormonal, reproductive, metabolic, and psychological outcomes in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), with the objective of informing updates to the International Evidence-based Guideline

Surgical Site Infection After Hysterectomy: A Meta-Analysis Of Risk Factors In Cancer Patients

Surgical Site Infection After Hysterectomy: A Meta-Analysis Of Risk Factors In Cancer Patients Endometrial cancer (EC) continues to pose a significant threat as the third leading cause of gynecological malignancy resulting in female mortality. In the year 2020 alone, there were 417,367 newly reported cases of endometrial cancer, contributing to the

Menarche Age And Risk For Adult Onset Diabetes

Menarche Age And Risk For Adult Onset Diabetes Overview This cross-sectional study explores the association between menarche age and overt diabetes in women aged 35 to 70. The research, involving 6094 participants from the Zahedan Adult Cohort Study, utilizes a questionnaire to collect demographic, fertility, anthropometric, and disease history data. Menarche age

Insulin Resistance Used To Assess Malignancies In Women

Insulin Resistance Used To Assess Malignancies In Women Overview In this prospective multicenter real-world cohort study involving 571 patients diagnosed with female reproductive system malignancies, the prognostic significance of insulin resistance (IR) and systemic inflammation was investigated. The cohort, with a mean age of 52 years, predominantly comprised individuals with cervical cancer

Thromboembolism Risk In Pregnant Oncology Patients

Thromboembolism Risk In Pregnant Oncology Patients Overview This systematic review and meta-analysis investigated the incidence of venous thromboembolism (VTE) in pregnant individuals with active malignancy compared to those without malignancy. The study, based on seven cohort studies encompassing 5,928 individuals with both active malignancy and pregnancy, yielded the following key findings:  

Addressing The Struggle: Menstrual Disorders Diagnosis and Intervention Strategies