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Common signs of pregnancy?
Some pregnancy signs include feeling bloated, swollen or full breasts, mood swings etc and for most persons, the first sign of pregna...ncy is a missed period. At least 1 of them may occur within the period of a mouth.
The pregnancy period is divided into three trimesters and each of them is 13 weeks or little longer, and the first month started the first trimester
Gestational Age?
Pregnancy timing is measured using “gestational age.” Gestational age starts on the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP).
Usually when pregnancy is calculate from the first day of your last menstrual period, the pregnancy is usually 10 months not the normal 9 month calculate by people. Yes most persons think pregnancy is just for 9 months. But note that counting from the first day of your last menstrual period, you are 3-4 weeks Full pregnancy period is 40 weeks. I want you to note that note many person can remember when they exactly started their last menstrual period. To detect this, ultrasound is can be use
Week 1 - 2
The first 2 weeks of your menstrual cycle. 2 weeks later, the egg that’s most mature is released from your ovary (ovulation), Ovulation depend on the menstrual cycle to determine when to occur, either earlier. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days. After it’s released, your egg travels down your fallopian tube toward your uterus. If the egg meets up with a sperm, they combine. This is called fertilization.
Week 3 - 4
The fertilized egg goes down your fallopian tube and divides into more and more cells. It reaches your uterus about 3 to 4 days after fertilization, it divide the cells, then form a ball that floats around in the uterus for about 2 to 3 days. Pregnancy begins when the ball of cells attaches to the lining of your uterus (implantation). It usually starts about 6 days after fertilization and takes about 3 to 4 days to be complete.
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The Female Vaginal

Common signs of pregnancy?
Some pregnancy signs include feeling bloated, swollen or full breasts, mood swings etc and for most persons, the first sign of pregna...ncy is a missed period. At least 1 of them may occur within the period of a mouth.
The pregnancy period is divided into three trimesters and each of them is 13 weeks or little longer, and the first month started the first trimester
Gestational Age?
Pregnancy timing is measured using “gestational age.” Gestational age starts on the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP).
Usually when pregnancy is calculate from the first day of your last menstrual period, the pregnancy is usually 10 months not the normal 9 month calculate by people. Yes most persons think pregnancy is just for 9 months. But note that counting from the first day of your last menstrual period, you are 3-4 weeks Full pregnancy period is 40 weeks. I want you to note that note many person can remember when they exactly started their last menstrual period. To detect this, ultrasound is can be use
Week 1 - 2
The first 2 weeks of your menstrual cycle. 2 weeks later, the egg that’s most mature is released from your ovary (ovulation), Ovulation depend on the menstrual cycle to determine when to occur, either earlier. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days. After it’s released, your egg travels down your fallopian tube toward your uterus. If the egg meets up with a sperm, they combine. This is called fertilization.
Week 3 - 4
The fertilized egg goes down your fallopian tube and divides into more and more cells. It reaches your uterus about 3 to 4 days after fertilization, it divide the cells, then form a ball that floats around in the uterus for about 2 to 3 days. Pregnancy begins when the ball of cells attaches to the lining of your uterus (implantation). It usually starts about 6 days after fertilization and takes about 3 to 4 days to be complete.
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Common signs of pregnancy?
Some pregnancy signs include feeling bloated, swollen or full breasts, mood swings etc and for most persons, the first sign of pregnancy is a missed period. At least 1 of them may occur within the period of a mouth.
The pregnancy period is divided into three trimesters and each of them is 13 weeks or little longer, and the first month started the first trimester
Gestational Age?
Pregnancy timing is measured using “gestational age.” Gestational age s...tarts on the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP).
Usually when pregnancy is calculate from the first day of your last menstrual period, the pregnancy is usually 10 months not the normal 9 month calculate by people. Yes most persons think pregnancy is just for 9 months. But note that counting from the first day of your last menstrual period, you are 3-4 weeks Full pregnancy period is 40 weeks. I want you to note that note many person can remember when they exactly started their last menstrual period. To detect this, ultrasound is can be use
Week 1 - 2
The first 2 weeks of your menstrual cycle. 2 weeks later, the egg that’s most mature is released from your ovary (ovulation), Ovulation depend on the menstrual cycle to determine when to occur, either earlier. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days. After it’s released, your egg travels down your fallopian tube toward your uterus. If the egg meets up with a sperm, they combine. This is called fertilization.
Week 3 - 4
The fertilized egg goes down your fallopian tube and divides into more and more cells. It reaches your uterus about 3 to 4 days after fertilization, it divide the cells, then form a ball that floats around in the uterus for about 2 to 3 days. Pregnancy begins when the ball of cells attaches to the lining of your uterus (implantation). It usually starts about 6 days after fertilization and takes about 3 to 4 days to be complete.
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THE FEMALE VAGINAL

In the beginning, God made them male and female (Genesis 5 vs 2). Our post is concern only on the female human creations. Overtime, it has been a big surprise to me and many concerning the female (Anatomy) body system, especially the female vagina, our post is also to pass educative information about the female structure and other activities of the female body. Let take a quick tour.

WHO IS A FEMALE?

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THE FEMALE VAGINAL

In the beginning, God made them male and female (Genesis 5 vs 2). Our post is concern only on the female human creations. Overtime, it has been a big surprise to me and many concerning the female (Anatomy) body system, especially the female vagina, our post is also to pass educative information about the female structure and other activities of the female body. Let take a quick tour.

WHO IS A FEMALE?

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LITTLE TIPS THAT MAY HELP STOP THAT BODY ODOUR

Use the Lemon treatment
Do you sweat a lot in some places on your part of body? Like your armpit? You can use lemon juice to wash that area. Cut a lemon in half and rub the area with the inside part. Allow it to dry, then take your bath. Even better, add lemon juice to your bath water. The lemon juice helps reduce the germs that cause body odour.

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Bathing regularly
Body odour comes from your sweat mixing with germs that live on your skin. These germs are normal. Everyone has them. So there’s no need for worry. Taking your bath washes away the sweat, which washes away the smell. Taking a bath in the morning and at night will help your body stay fresh.

Drink plenty of water
The truth is that, water helps to flush the inside of the body and keep your skin fresh. Choose water instead of soft drinks. Don’t wait until you’re very thirsty to drink water.

Keep your clothes clean
Wash your clothes regularly. Especially your underwear. Make sure your clothes dry properly before you fold or wear them

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What happens before and during our MENSTRUATION period?

It starts in the ovaries. They store all the eggs that the female will ever have in her entire life. Most women have two ovaries. Every month, an egg travels from an ovary to the fallopian tube

From the fallopian tube, the egg moves to the uterus. The female uterus thickens its walls. It’s creating a pillow for the egg to hide just in case that egg meets spermatozoa and gets fertilized.

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Spermatozoa come from boys. It takes both a spermatozoa and an egg to make a baby. If the egg doesn't get fertilized within a week or two, the female body decides it's over.

The uterus sends out everything it doesn’t need, including the lining and the egg. That results in what we call periods or menstruation.

This process takes place every single month for most of our adult life.

It can be so painful sometimes.

You can share your menstruation experience or send us a private message. Our health trusted worker will reply you.

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EVERYDAY HABITS THAT CAUSE UR BREASTS TO SAG, BELIEVE IT OR NOT

WEARING A BRA THAT DOESN’T FIT
This habit is more common that one would think. Most bras are made of flexible materials, and over time with normal wear, they will eventually stretch out. But the bra’s primary purpose is to give support. Wearing an ill-fitting bra can contribute to breast sagging as the more your breast bounce around, the more stressed breast skin and collagen become. You need to figure out what ...your bra size is, so that the cups adequately hold your breasts. About 80% of women are wearing a bra that is not their perfect fit, so make sure you get measured, which can be easily done in a lingerie shop.

SMOKING
Smoking makes the skin lose its natural elasticity, which causes the breasts to drop. It reduces the amount of collagen in the skin and worsens the blood circulation. This makes the skin become weaker and age faster.
Smoking causes a lot of other health issues and you can see for yourself what happens to your lungs if you smoke only 60 cigarettes. If you are a smoker, then I have 5 natural ways to help you quit smoking – they are all scientifically proven.

CRASH DIETING
Having a balanced diet is very important to the health of your breasts. Yo-yo dieting that makes you lose vast amounts of weight quickly, only to put it back on later, puts a strain on your skin tissue. Repeatedly losing and gaining weight has been shown to make your breasts drop. The skin tissue stretches to accommodate the weight gain, but it can’t indefinitely snap back into place when the weight comes back off again. So try to maintain a steady weight or a proper nutrition in a healthy, sustainable way.

NOT PROTECTING YOURSELF FROM THE SUN
Breasts, and cleavage in particular, can get burnt easily and they absorb their share of the sun’s UV rays. This can damage the skin, make it wrinkle and age prematurely. Protect yourself from the sun and don’t over-expose your skin. Also, sunscreens are not the magic solution and I have written before about the potential chemical dangers that lure in some sunscreens, especially the high-factor ones.

NOT EXERCISING AND ADOPTING BAD POSTURE
It’s important to exercise and keep your chest muscles strong. However, some back-and-forth repetitive motions (like in running) can make your breasts go saggy, as they breakdown breast collagen. Make sure you support your breasts during a high-impact exercise session and pay attention to your posture throughout the day. Walk straight and make your breasts stand up proudly.

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VARIOUS TYPES OF VAGINAL ODOURS, AND HOW THEY MAY RELATE TO YOUR HEALTH.
Your vagina is supposed to smell, says Mary Jane Minkin, M.D., a clinical professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences, the vagina has its own microbiome filled with different bacteria and yeast, many of which are incredibly helpful, just like with the gut microbiota, the vaginal mix is incredibly personal. In other words, your lady vagina has its own bouquet that mi...

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Check Out This Healthy Skin Dos and Don'ts Tips
The key to healthy skin lies beyond which soap you use. It depends on what you eat, whether you exercise, how much stress you're under including your environment
Complex chemical processes in your body produce unstable molecules called free radicals. Think of them as Skin Enemy No. 1. Left to their own devices, they go on to damage otherwise healthy cells in a process called oxidation. This is the same process that turns an app...le brown or changes a copper roof from reddish gold to blue-green, so you can just imagine the way it can affect your skin. Sun, smoking, air pollution and poor diet all speed production of these free radicals.
Luckily, your body also produces antioxidants, molecules whose job it is to sweep up those free radicals before they can do any serious harm. How you take care of yourself—including what you eat—can increase production of these valuable molecules, literally saving your skin.
People (Women) have been using foods as facial treatments for centuries, making masks of egg whites and olive oil, putting cucumbers over their eyes to reduce swelling. But did you know that the food you put in your mouth can affect the health of your skin more than anything you could put on your face?
Although studies find certain individual foods can help you maintain healthy skin, your overall diet—as well as your weight—matters most. For instance, if you're overweight and/or you eat a diet high in processed foods, including white bread, cookies, ice cream and packaged dinners, and low in fiber and fresh fruits and vegetables, you have a higher risk of developing a condition called insulin resistance, which can lead to diabetes.
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BENIGN BREAST LUMPS
YOU DO A BREAST SELF-EXAM AND FIND A LUMP. NOW WHAT NEXT?
If you notice any breast changes, you should call your doctor right away to get checked, but don't panic. Most breast lumps are BENIGN, which means they're not cancerous. Benign breast lumps usually have smooth edges and can be moved slightly when you push against them. They are often found in both breasts.
There are several common causes, including normal changes in breast tissue, breast infection ...or injury, and medicines that may cause lumps or breast pain.
Breast tissue changes during a woman's entire life. It is sensitive to changing hormone levels during the menstrual cycle.
What Can Cause Benign Breast Lumps?
• Fibrocystic changes. For some women, changes in hormones during normal monthly menstrual cycles can create breast changes. These are known as fibrocystic breast changes. Women with fibrocystic breasts usually get lumps in both breasts that increase in size and tenderness just before they get their period. They sometimes have nipple discharge as well.

The lumps are milk ducts and tissues around them that have grown and gotten wider to form cysts. The cysts enlarge quickly in response to hormones released near your period. The lumps may be hard or rubbery and may be felt as a single (large or small) breast lump. Fibrocystic changes can also cause breast tissue to thicken.

These changes are often most noticeable during your 40s. They are the most common cause of benign breast lumps in women ages 35 to 50. Post menopausal women are less likely to have these types of breast changes. That’s because they don’t have monthly changes in hormones.
• Simple cysts. Simple cysts are fluid-filled sacs that usually happen in both breasts. There can be one or many. They can vary in size. Tenderness and size often change with your menstrual cycle.

• Fibroadenomas. These are the most common benign tumors. If you push on them they are solid, round, rubbery lumps that move freely. They’re usually painless. Fibroadenomas happen when your body forms extra milk-making glands. Women between 20 and 30 get them most often

• Intraductal Papillomas. These are small, wart-like growths in the lining of the mammary duct near the nipple. They usually affect women who are 45 to 50. They can cause bleeding from the nipple.

• Traumatic fat necrosis. This happens when there is an injury to the breast, thought you may not remember an injury happening. It causes fat to form in lumps that are generally round, firm, hard, and painless. You usually get one at a time.

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What Should I Do If I Find a Lump?
See your health care provider if you discover any new breast changes. Conditions that should be checked by a doctor include:
• An area that is distinctly different from any other area on either breast
• A lump or thickening in or near the breast or in the underarm that persists through the menstrual cycle
• A change in the size, shape, or contour of the breast...
• A mass or lump, which may feel as small as a pea
• A marble-like area under the skin
• A change in the feel or appearance of the skin on the breast or nipple (dimpled, puckered, scaly, or inflamed)
• Bloody or clear fluid discharge from the nipples
• Redness of the skin on the breast or nipple

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How Do I Perform a Breast Self-Exam?
If you choose to do self-breast exam, follow the steps below:
IN THE MIRROR:
1. Stand undressed from the waist up in front of a large mirror in a well-lit room. Look at your breasts. Don't be alarmed if they do not look equal in size or shape. Most women's breasts aren't. With your arms relaxed by your sides, look for any changes in size, shape, or position, or any changes to the skin of the breasts. Look for any skin puckering, dimpling, ...

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VAGINA CAPTIVUS “PENIS CAPTIVUS”, IS IT NATURAL? A MYTH?
A situation when the vagina holds the penis. The penis get stuck in a vagina during sexual intercourse.

Medical term for when the penis is essentially held captive by the vagina during sexual intercourse. It gets stuck, neither partner can separate the bond, and this is not a myth. But for as terrifying as it sounds, does its severity really live up to the hype?
When the penis is within the vagina, it becomes increasin...gly engorged,” Dr. John Dean, clinical director of gender and sexual medicine for the Devon Partnership NHS Trust in southwest England, recently told BBC Health Check. “The muscles of the woman’s pelvic floor contract rhythmically at orgasm. While those muscles contract, the penis becomes stuck and further engorged within the vagina until the muscles relax. Blood can flow out of the penis again, the penis starts to go down after orgasm, and the man can withdraw. He also noted that the rhythmic contractions a woman experiences during an orgasm aren’t spasms, these usually characterize vaginismus (Vaginismus is an involuntary spasm of the muscles surrounding the vagina. The spasms close the vagina and can prevent sexual activity and medical exams.), which can cause vaginal spasms so strong and painful that the vagina closes.

The fascination with penis captivus, Dean said, is the “prospect of a couple struggling to separate themselves for many minutes.” But he says that in his own experience, on the rare occasions that he’s heard of it, it only happens for a few seconds — between five and 10. Long enough that “if you’re in that situation that probably seems like an eternity.”

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FACT’S WOMAN NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FIBROID TUMORS
• Uterine Fibroids Are Very Common Also known as Leiomyomas or Myomas
These are the most common uterine tumors. One study found that between 70 to 80 percent of all women will get them by the age of 50. You’re most likely to see them in your 40s and early 50s.
• Fibroids Aren’t Cancer
Its non cancerous tumors, but uterine fibroids, can have similar symptoms to a rare form of cancer called uterine sarcoma. Unfortunately, scientis...

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Does The Vagina Become Tighter If You Have Less Sex?
Many people falsely assume that women who have less sex have ‘tighter’ vaginas, and women who have more sex have ‘looser’ vaginas, but this is just a complete misconception,” says women’s health specialist Jennifer Wider, M.D.
The reason you can rest easy if you’re in a dry spell is rooted in the fact that the muscles in your vagina are elastic. “They contract and go back to their normal shape after sexual intercourse and... also after childbirth,” says Wider.
That said, there are two times in life when your vagina does change shape for a longer amount of time.
The first? After childbirth. “Some studies have shown that the vaginal muscles can take up to six months post-delivery to get back to their normal shape and size,” says Wider. But still, they do.
The other time your vagina changes is as you get older. “As women age, their hormone levels drop, which means the vaginal walls thin out and become less elastic, so the muscles may get looser,” says Wider. “The good news is that the tone of the muscles can be improved by Kegel exercises, no matter the age of the woman."
Conclusion: If it feels like your vagina is tight during sex, it’s not because you recently went through a dry spell. “It’s more likely that you are not properly aroused and more foreplay is in order,” says Wider. Check out these tips on how to have more fun with foreplay and how to prolong your pre-play to have the best sex ever.

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