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Gynecologists: When to visit? Symptoms, Tests and Related Services

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-10-22

A woman's life through the eyes of a doctor is divided into four life cycles; ages 13 to 18, 19 to 39, 40 to 64, and from 65 years and onwards. For maintaining optimum health, women of all ages must visit a gynecologist or a healthcare specialist doctor. A gynecologist focuses on women's health and addresses various problems relating to the female reproductive system that include menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, sexually transmitted infections or STIs, fertility problems, hormonal disorders, urinary tract infections, and sexual related issues. 


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Colon Cancer – Early Detection & Cure

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-06-30

Do you notice frequent changes in your bowel movement? Have you found traces of blood in your stool? They could be early signs of colorectal cancer. Colon cancer or colorectal cancer is a form of cancerous growth that first begins in the colon area (large intestine). This type of cancer may be benign (harmless) or malignant. 


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A Step Ahead – Early Breast Cancer Detection

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-06-23

Do you feel the need to be active and remain fit? Well, it is also equally important to know your body in an intimate way. Similarly, knowing the shape and feel of your breasts can help you detect abnormal changes in your mammaries. Such close breast awareness is useful for initiating early breast cancer diagnosis.

Breast cancer is a medical condition wherein the breast cells grow out of control. The cancer cells can spread in the body, outside the breast, via lymph vessels or blood vessels. When breast cancer starts to spread to other body parts, it is medically said to have 'metastasized'.

 


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Know More About Pap Smear Testing

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-06-17

A Pap smear is a check-up procedure to test or probe for cervical cancer in adult females. The test involves collecting cells from the cervix region (outer opening of the uterus). Pap smear test helps in the early detection of cervical cancer by finding out the abnormal changes in the cervical cells. Pap smear can arrest the progressive development of cervical cancer.

 


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7th Annual UAE Reproductive Symposium by Fakih IVF - March 23-24, 2018 - Dubai, U.A.E

Posted on DoctorUna News By Dr. Michael Fakih
Published on 2018-03-07

 

UAE Reproductive Symposium 2018

In keeping with HH Sheikh Mohammed’s vision of making Dubai a center of medical excellence, this high-quality annual CME symposium was organized by Fakih IVF to share the latest advances in reproductive medicine with other physicians in the UAE so they apply that knowledge in their practice to better care for their patients.
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