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What can cause bleeding in women when they are not menstruating?

Most women of a childbearing age have, on occasion, experienced bleeding when they are not menstruating. This is a very common occurrence and it does not necessarily mean that the woman has a health issue.

Why do women experience
this type of bleeding?

The reasons for bleeding of this kind are usually linked to issues with ovulation, administration of hormonal […]

2019-04-18T09:26:53+02:0018 de April de 2019|0 Comments

What is oestradiol? What is this sex hormone’s role?

Hormones are messengers that are present in all multicellular organisms – be they animal or plant organisms – that coordinate the functions of each part of that organism.
The sex hormones par excellence are oestradiol in females and testosterone in males. However, the adrenal glands in men and women produce both hormones and they are both necessary for normal development of the two sexes. […]

2018-08-08T14:20:13+02:0010 de August de 2018|0 Comments

Endometritis: What is it? How can it be detected? How can it be cured?

 Endometritis is inflammation of the endometrium. That is, inflammation of the internal lining of the uterus cavity where embryo implantation takes place.
 Severe endometritis is an uncommon gynaecological emergency which is generally iatrogenic following placenta retention after birth or pregnancy loss. Patients in this situation have a number of symptoms which are typical of an infection. For example, fever, purulent discharge, general discomfort and so on.  If it is not treated, then the situation can lead to a generalised infection. […]

2017-03-23T14:53:21+02:0023 de March de 2017|0 Comments

Reduced mobility and fertility

Reproduction issues always need to be dealt with with a degree of sensitivity. When there is also a disability within the couple, the emotional side of things calls for even greater care and steps should be taken in order to deal adequately with any implications the disability in question has from a medical point of view.
In 2006, the United Nations (UN) published guidelines on the rights of people with reduced mobility. These guidelines indicate disabled people’s rights across all levels of society and include the right to have children and access to sexual health.
At Instituto Bernabeu, we aim to comply with the aforementioned guidelines and provide our patients with the means and solutions they need and which adapt to the circumstances of each physical disability. This covers disabilities resulting from a genetic condition (hereditary), disease or an accident and, from a fertility point of view, each case is given personalised treatment. […]

2016-08-04T12:57:51+02:008 de July de 2016|0 Comments
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