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  • What is vaginal atresia?

    Vaginal atresia is a rare condition in which the lower portion of the vagina has not formed as it should. The lower portion of the vagina may instead consist of fibrous tissue, which can cause a blockage.

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  • Sex and intimacy after a pregnancy loss

    Pregnancy loss can be difficult for both a person and their partner. Following a pregnancy loss, a person should take as much time as they need before having sex again.

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  • What to know about ruptured ovarian cysts

    Ovarian cysts are common in females of reproductive age. Most of these are harmless and go away naturally. However, some cysts may rupture and cause symptoms.

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  • Anti-Mullerian hormone plays an active role in polycystic ovary syndrome

    High levels of anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) have traditionally been thought of as merely a passive byproduct of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), but a new preclinical study by Weill Cornell Medicine researchers suggests that the hormone plays an active role in the disorder and may contribute to problems with ovulation and fertility.

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  • What to know about ultrasound examinations for endometriosis

    Doctors usually offer ultrasound examinations to people who present with symptoms of endometriosis to look for signs of tissue growth in and around the pelvis.

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