In this section you will find all the information regarding the care of the female reproductive system, the pathologies of the female organs and the prevention of gynaecological diseases.
An increasing number of women wish to feel at ease with their bodies and turn to intimate or female genital surgery in order to feel more confident during sexual intercourse and get greater pleasure out […]
Despite advances in the treatment of reproductive disorders, the embryo implantation is still far from being fully understood and, therefore, an effective treatment is not always at reach. At Instituto Bernabeu we are fully aware […]
Ovarian drilling is treatment that is given to patients with polycystic ovary syndrome in order to encourage spontaneous ovulation. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common disorder and the women who have it can have a […]
To evaluate a couple with conception problems, we need to check if there could be some type of obstruction in the fallopian tubes, which are the ducts that connect the uterus with the ovaries, thereby […]
Ablation or genital mutilation includes a series of practices consisting of the total or partial removal of the female external genitals, particularly the clitoris, with the purpose of eliminate all sexual pleasure in women for […]
What is the corpus luteum?
Menstruation is part of a woman’s life and, as such, we have to deal with it whilst carrying on with the rest of our daily activities. However, in many cases this becomes a major limitation […]
What are gestagens? The gestagens hormones (also known as progestagens) main function, is to maintain pregnancy (they are pro-gestational), and play a key role in the menstrual cycle regulation. Gestagens are a class of […]
Does taking birth control effect my future fertility? Oral contraceptives (OCP’s) are using by at least 35% of women of reproductive age, (1), making it the most frequently used contraceptive method after condoms. There are […]
What is Endometrial Hyperplasia? Endometrial hyperplasia is nothing more than an excessive growth of endometrial cells, especially glandular cells, usually in response to excessive estrogen exposure and poor progesterone function. This growth can be either […]