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Lower Abdominal Pain in Women: Causes, and Effective Home Treatments

Lower Abdominal Pain in Women: Causes and Treatments

Lower abdominal pain is more common among women than men. Very often, cramping feelings below the belly button, pain in the pelvic area, or lower back pain are caused by a woman’s menstrual cycle. Women are also more prone to developing infections in the bladder, urinary tract and kidneys, and inflammation in these organs can be another source of female lower abdominal pain.



Groin Pain in Women: Causes, Treatments and When to See a Doctor

Groin Pain in Women: Causes and Treatments

Groin pain in women can have a number of different causes that can range from a minor muscle twinge at the top of your legs to agonizing sharp pain caused by kidney stones. It can be difficult to pinpoint the exact reasons for pelvic pain. The aches in your groin could be from a minor injury to muscles or nerves in your lower back, strained thigh ligaments or tendons, infections in your internal organs, or be connected with your menstrual cycle.

Sunspots on Skin: Causes, Home Remedies and Prevention

Sunspots on Skin: Causes, Home Remedies and Prevention

Aging causes many changes to the skin, and the appearance of sunspots on the skin is just one of these changes. Sunspots are changes in the skin’s pigmentation and generally occur on areas of the skin that has been exposed to the sun. Therefore, sunspots on the face, back of the hands, arms, and shoulders are very common among older people.

How to Get Rid of Muscle Soreness: Home Remedies That Really Work

How to Get Rid of Soreness

Knowing how to get rid of muscle soreness can greatly help to improve your quality of life. Most of us will suffer from sore muscles at some point in our lives. Muscles in the lower back can get sore from sitting at a desk all day or you could have sore muscles in your arms, chest, and legs after a strenuous workout. Sometimes injury, overusing muscles, strains, sprains, or pulling a muscle can all cause muscle soreness and even make your whole body feel sore.

Montgomery Glands: Are They A Sign Of Pregnancy?

Montgomery Glands / Tubercles: What Are They & Are They A Sign Of Pregnancy?

Montgomery glands are located around the nipple and Montgomery tubercles are small bumps at the opening of these glands. These small bumps on the areola (the dark area around the nipple) and the nipple itself can become raised and bumpy at the start of pregnancy. However, sometimes a blockage in Montgomery glands, infection, or stimulation can also make the Montgomery tubercles appear larger.

Ingrown Hair Vs. Herpes: Find the Differences (Including Treatments)

Ingrown Hair/Razor Bump Vs. Herpes or Genital Warts

The area around your genital region is very delicate and is prone to various types of infections. Bumps, spots, or other types of raised lesions could be the results of something as harmless as an ingrown hair or razor bumps, or  it can be a serious viral infection like herpes or genital warts. It can also be difficult to tell ingrown hairs near your genitals apart from genital herpes bumps and blisters.

White Bumps or Spots on Tongue: Causes and Natural Treatments

White Bumps or Spots on Tongue: Causes and Natural Treatments

White bumps or spots on your tongue can tell a lot about your health. Small white bumps that appear on the back of your tongue, under your tongue, or on the surface of your tongue can be caused by a yeast infection or inflammation of your taste buds. Sometimes, the white tongue spots are the result of a weakened immune system that causes whitish sores and ulcers to appear on the surface and tip of the tongue. Or, the white spots could be a tongue blister that has been caused by biting, burning or injuring your tongue.

How Long Does Implantation Bleeding Last?

How Long Does Implantation Bleeding Last?

Implantation bleeding doesn’t last a long time; in fact, with some women implantation bleeding lasts such a short time that they don’t notice it at all. The duration of implantation bleeding may be just a few hours or it could last a few days. Unlike spotting before your period, implantation spotting doesn’t result in a period.

Dark or Black Period Blood: Causes and What to Do About It

Dark or black period blood will often cause many women to worry because they are used to menstrual blood being deep red color. Thankfully, the appearance of dark brown, almost black spots connected with your menstrual period is not usually a sign that something is wrong. In fact, many women experience some black or dark spotting especially toward the end of their period.

What Does Implantation Bleeding Look Like?

What Does Implantation Bleeding Look Like?

If you are hoping to get pregnant, then knowing what implantation bleeding looks like can help you determine if you are pregnant or not. Because implantation bleeding happens around a week to 12 days after ovulation, noticing spotting on your underwear could indicate the start of your period. However, implantation bleeding looks different to your regular menstrual flow. This article will help you to understand the differences between implantation bleeding and period.