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Lifestyle can reduce menstrual pain

A recent study carried out in Japan has verified that lifestyle can be directly related to the intensity of period pain and the symptoms associated with premenstrual syndrome. Cramps, body pain, and many other disturbing physical and emotional symptoms could be successfully self-managed by making appropriate changes.

Laparoscopic hysterectomy for benign pathology: how it influences sexual function

Hysterectomy is the most frequently performed major surgery worldwide in women, after cesarean section. A recent study carried out by members of the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona led by Dr. Francisco Carmona, Scientific Director of Women's CD, has evaluated sexual function after abdominal hysterectomy for benign pathologies.

Week of exchange of experiences organized by the Hospital Clinic of (2023)

The Hospital Clínic de Barcelona organizes, in the context of the Experience Exchange Week, two participatory sessions on endometriosis, with the aim of raising awareness among high school students about this chronic and inflammatory disease, presenting to patients the projects that are develop in the hospital around this disease and talk about the compromises and differences in the patient's experience around the different approaches to endometriosis.

World Endometriosis Day 2023: Current science news

The Women's CD medical-scientific team, led by Dr. Francisco Carmona and Dr. Damian Dexeus, remain committed to endometriosis research, treatment, and outreach. Therefore, today March 14, World Endometriosis Day, we have proposed to share a selection of the most relevant current scientific news.

Sex life and breast cancer

Modesty and taboos limit knowledge about the consequences of breast cancer in the sexual life of a very large number of women. Patients do not usually ask and professionals do not always inquire enough.

Severe endometriosis: ovarian response and fertility

Severe endometriosis negatively affects ovarian response, oocyte and embryo quality. However, fertilization rates among women with severe endometriosis, women with minimal or mild endometriosis, and women without endometriosis are similar, according to a new study published in JBRA Assisted Reproduction.

World Day for Rare Diseases: Rokitansky Syndrome

World Rare Disease Day is celebrated on the last day of February. The Women's CD medical-scientific team, led by Dr. Francisco Carmona and Dr. Damian Dexeus, has decided to focus on Rokitansky Syndrome, a uterine malformation with severe consequences that affects 1 in 4.500 women in the world. world.

Kisspeptin, natural hormone to treat the absence of sexual desire

One in five people (one in three women) feel distressed because they have lost interest in sex at some point or stage in their life. Kisspeptin, a natural hormone, can enhance sexual response in women and men with Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder.

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