Thrush (vaginal candidiasis) at least once faced most women. This fungal disease can cause genital discomfort. However, this infection does not always require treatment. What is “thrush”, how to determine its symptoms and whether treatment is needed – we understand the article.
Thrush and its symptoms
Vaginal candidiasis is a fungal disease that causes opportunistic flora. Its causative agent is a fungus of the genus Candida. It has many varieties, but most often in women it is Candida albicans.
Thrush is expressed by symptoms such as:
pruritus and genital itching;
discharge of different consistency is liquid, curdled, mainly white; Continue reading
Myoma is a benign tumor in the muscle or connective tissue of the uterus that occurs in every fifth woman after 30 years. What triggers the development of fibroids, what happens to the tumor during pregnancy, what symptoms can occur and how to treat?
Causes of uterine fibroids
Gynecologists consider the main reason for the development of uterine fibroids – hormonal changes, disruptions due to the growth of estrogen. In some cases, fibroids can disappear on their own, with the onset of menopause. Then the amount of estrogen falls for natural reasons. Nevertheless, counting on such an outcome is not recommended. If you suspect the presence of fibroids, you should consult a doctor.
Damage to the uterus can also be factors in the development of the disease, which include: Continue reading
Color blindness is a violation of the color perception of vision. Simply put, color blind is a person who does not distinguish between certain colors or shades. According to statistics, every tenth man on our planet is color blind. The only difference between them is the type of violation, due to the number of colors that they can recognize. In the article we will deal with the features, causes and correction of color blindness. You can pass a special test for the perception of colors, with which a deviation is detected.
The concept of “color blindness” came about thanks to John Dalton, an English physicist and chemist who himself learned about his color perception disorder as an adult at age 26. This was due to his passion for botany. When studying the flower, he noticed that in daylight the plant seemed sky blue to him, and in the evening light with a candle the flower turned dark red. Such a metamorphosis was not noticed by anyone around, except the scientist’s brother. Then Dalton began to realize that his vision was not in order and this phenomenon was hereditary. Continue reading