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New Studies Reveal Prevalence of Transvaginal Mesh Complications

Pelvic organ prolapse, better known as POP, is a relatively common condition among post-menopausal women, especially those who’ve had multiple children. For a time, surgical mesh devices were marketed as the most effective treatment for POP, offering patients a less invasive procedure and a comparatively shorter recovery period. In a recent study highlighted last week at the […]


October 26, 2013, Medical News
Eructation – Causes and Natural Treatment

Eructation (belching) occurs after swallowing. In our digestive tract we have about 250 ml of gas. In addition to this volume of gas, add the amount of air you swallow and gas that is produced in our body. Finally, the total volume reaches more than 2 liters per 24 hours. Volume of more than 2 […]


October 20, 2013, Digestive system
Causes of Blepharoptosis – fallen eyelid

Blepharoptosis is an abnormal fall of the eyelid. Unilateral or bilateral ptosis may be congenital, consecutive to dysgenesis of upper eyelid elevator or abnormal insertion of the aponeurosis of this muscle on the eyelid. Acquired blepharoptosis may evolve so slowly that the patient does not realize the existence of the problem. Observation of old photos […]


October 13, 2013, Eye
Treatments for phlebitis

Treatments for phlebitis. Phlebitis is a very painful condition. Phlebitis can be fatal if a blood clot from the legs reach to the lungs. Inflammation of the veins is called phlebitis (thrombophlebitis , thrombo – refers to blood clots). There are 2 main types of phlebitis: Phlebitis of the deep veins – is the most […]


October 12, 2013, Blood Remedies
Causes of Nystagmus – the rhythmic movement of the eyes

Nystagmus is a rhythmic oscillatory movement of the eyeballs , which normally occurs after vestibular stimulation or abnormal  in a wide variety of diseases. The blindness caused by earlier diseases of visual pathways produces a complex nystagmus, of search with pendulum oscillations (sinusoidal ) which are irregular and saccadic. This nystagmus is usually called congenital nystagmus, misnomer, […]


October 9, 2013, Brain
Gout – Home Remedies

Gout is a disease that affects one joint, which is very painful and most patients can not bear any sheet on the affected joint. The affected joint swells and becomes very sensitive and the surrounding skin becomes red. These events usually occur at night and can last 5-10 days. Disease frequency is of the order […]


October 8, 2013, Remedies
How to Treat Bee and Wasp Stings

Bee and wasp stings cause pain, redness and local swelling ( inflammation ) by injecting venom . Bee can not sting several times since its needle remains in the skin of the attacked and bees can not live without the needle. Wasps can sting multiple times because of their smooth needle. Follow these tips to […]


October 1, 2013, Remedies