Andrea Eisenberg, MD is a board certified OB/GYN in the Metro Detroit area. She has dedicated her life to caring for women through all stages of their lives -- from adolescence, to delivering babies, and later into menopause. Her special interests include minimally invasive surgeries, adolescence, family planning, infertility, and menopause. In her spare time she writes about the human side of medicine on her blog and has several essays published in a variety of journals. To decompress, she enjoys trail running and baking.
Evacuações dolorosas, cólicas estomacais, náuseas e dores abdominais são sintomas que as mulheres geralmente associam a má alimentação e menstruação. No entanto, às vezes essas chamadas “dores e dores femininas normais” podem indicar uma condição médica conhecida como endometriose. A endometriose é uma doença crônica da mulher. Ocorre quando as células do revestimento do útero […]
One way to lower the likelihood of developing cervical cancer is to learn all of your risk factors. A risk factor is something that places you at an increased chance of developing a disease. The more risk factors you have for cervical cancer, the greater chance you have at developing it.
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in American women, aside from skin cancer. The average risk of a woman in the United States developing breast cancer at some point is about 13-percent. For the most part, the risk factors associated with breast cancer are outside a person’s control, but there are a few lifestyle choices that may help make a difference.