Pelvic pain

Periodic Cramps – How To Reduce It?

By Dr. K.K. Kant, Physiotherapy More than fifty percent of women complain about some pain in their lower abdomen or back throughout their life. This pain can be, either before or after the menstrual cycle. In medical terms it is known as dysmenorrhea. The chief causes of periods cramps are- irregular periods,…

Prostatitis – How To Diagnose It?

By Dr. Sudin S R, Urology The prostate gland is a gland located just below the bladder in men and is responsible for producing semen. When this gland becomes inflamed or swells, it is known as prostatitis. Symptoms of Prostatitis include pain while urinating as well as flu-like symptoms and also pain in…

Regular Pap Smear And Colposcopy – Who Needs Them?

By Dr. Naimesh Patel, Gynaecology Today, the diagnosis of cancer is on the rise. HPV infection, unprotected sex, oral contraceptives, and multiple sexual partners are the leading cause of cervical cancer in women. Pap smear is a clinical test that checks if there is the presence of pre-cancerous or cancerous cells in…

Risk Factors and Complications of Gonorrhea?

By Hakim Hari Kishan Lal Dawakhana Shafakhana, Sexology Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease that is caused by a bacterium known as ‘Neisseria Gonorrhoeae’. It affects parts of the body that are moist and warm such as the eyes, throat, anus, vagina and urethra. This disease is transmitted by unprotected anal, vaginal or…

Pelvic Floor Disorders

By Dr. Mohan Krishna Raut, Gynaecology The pelvic floor is a collection of ligaments, muscles and tissues that provide support to the various organs in the pelvic region. The organs in the pelvic region include the uterus, bladder, rectum and prostate. Bladder and bowel movements in the body occur due to contraction…

Pelvic Floor Disorders

By Dr. Mohan Krishna Raut, Gynaecology The pelvic floor is a collection of ligaments, muscles and tissues that provide support to the various organs in the pelvic region. The organs in the pelvic region include the uterus, bladder, rectum and prostate. Bladder and bowel movements in the body occur due to…

Diagnosing and Treating Prostatitis

By Dr. Rahul Reddy, Urology The prostate gland is a gland located just below the bladder in men and is responsible for producing semen. When this gland becomes inflamed or swells, it is known as prostatitis. Symptoms of Prostatitis include pain while urinating as well as flu-like symptoms and also pain in…

Ways to relieve periodic cramps

By Dr Amin A. Khan , Physiotherapy More than fifty percent of women complain about some pain in their lower abdomen or back throughout their life. This pain can be, either before or after the menstrual cycle. In medical terms it is known as dysmenorrhea. The chief causes of periods cramps are-…