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Olympus Announces New FDA Guidance and Labeling Changes Affecting PneumoLiner, the Only 510(k)-Cleared Containment Device – P&T Community

CENTER VALLEY, Pa., March 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Olympus, a global technology leader in designing and delivering innovative solutions for medical procedures, among other core businesses, announced today that an updated guidance from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) mandates that laparoscopic power morcellation in gynecological procedures be conducted with an approved containment device. When taken together with the updated labeling for 510(k) of the PneumoLiner, and an FDA safety update entitled "The FDA recommends performing contained morcellation in women when laparosopic morcellation is appropriate," the agency is now offering a cohesive and succinct guidance for future use of laparoscopic power morcellation.

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At 36, I Had a Hysterectomy to End My Painful, Heavy Periods, and It Changed My Life – POPSUGAR

Getting your period isn't pleasant for anyone, but for most people, it's at least tolerable. My periods were fairly normal for much of my life as well. I had cramps and bled heavily, but it was only for a few days a month and I could handle it.

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‘They stole my womb’: Doctors mislead thousands of women to get their uterus removed – Down To Earth Magazine

DTE found most women who have undergone hysterectomy to be under 30, not needing the surgery It was intriguing that Vandana Khandale, a traditional sugarcane cutter in Maharashtras Beed district, was sitting at home in January, the peak time for sugarcane harvesting. I have developed severe joint pain and feel tired all the time

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The Risks of Untreated Bacterial Vaginosis – Counsel & Heal

Update Date: Mar 12, 2020 03:17 PM EDT (Photo : The Risks of Untreated Bacterial Vaginosis) Bacterial vaginosis, also known as a vaginal bacterial disease, is one of the most common causes of vaginal infections in women of childbearing age. This usually happens after having sex with a new partner. However, BV is not considered an STI, and it can occur even if a woman has never had sex.

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Peter Guirguis, MD, FACOG, is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who – Olean Times Herald

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. and BROOKLYN, N.Y., March 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Peter Guirguis, MD, FACOG, is being recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Achiever in the field of Medicine as an Obstetrician and Gynecologist at The Guirguis Obstetrics and Gynecology Group. As one of the leading OB/GYN offices in New York City, The Guirguis Obstetrics and Gynecology Group renders outstanding health care to women of all ages in the areas of abnormal pap smears, menopause, contraception, endometriosis, fibroids, hysterectomy, hysteroscopy, high risk pregnancies, pregnancy and prenatal care, midwifery, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), adolescent and teenage care, and natural childbirth

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If assisted dying were legal, my sister would not have died in agony – Metro.co.uk

Jo wanted to be set free of the misery she was in and we wanted that for her too (Picture: Dignity in Dying) They never told me dying would be like this.

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What ‘Wolf Hall’ trilogy reveals to us – CNN

On the first page of her memoir 'Giving Up The Ghost,' she writes of catching a glimpse of her deceased stepfather on the stair -- this is nothing unusual, she tells us, because "I am used to seeing things that 'aren't there.'" The chief ghost who haunts that memoir is 'Catriona', Mantel's imagined daughter; not merely unborn, but unconceived. Mantel underwent an emergency hysterectomy at the age of 27, devastating her body and wrecking her chance of children. She writes eloquently about the ghost nature of fantasy families, the phantoms who inhabit the lives we dream for ourselves.

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Somerset woman opens up about five year battle to get diagnosed with ‘invisible’ condition – Somerset Live

Endometriosis affects one in ten women of all ages worldwide and in the month of March many of those with the condition speak out about their experiences.

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Isle Of Wight Woman’s Endometriosis Appeal Lights Up The Spinnaker Tower – Isle Of Wight Radio News – Isle of Wight Radio

Endometriosis Awareness Month (March) will turn the Spinnaker Tower yellow tonight (Wednesday) thanks to an Isle of Wight woman. As previously reported, Georgia Day from Ryde created a support group on Facebook after she was diagnosed with the womans health condition which has no cure. Endometriosis Awareness month takes place across the globe with a mission to raise awareness of the disease which affects an estimated 176 million women worldwide

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Cambridge women share what it’s like living with the excruciating condition of endometriosis – Cambridge News

It can take nearly a decade of excruciating pain before some women find out what is wrong. Countless women are told it is all in their head, or just an exceptionally painful period

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Scots cancer patient thanks doctors for smear test reminder that saved her life – Daily Record

When new bride Sheryl Findlay-Gardiner got a message from her doctors surgery reminding her to book an appointment for an overdue smear test , she was grateful for the call. She knows now it saved her life

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Eileen: The Making of George Orwell by Sylvia Topp review – The Guardian

When Eileen OShaughnessy married George Orwell in 1936, she was 30 years old, highly educated, and knew her own mind; before the wedding, she told the minister that her vows would not include a promise to obey her new husband. But obey him she nearly always did: feeding his chickens, tending his goats, typing up his manuscripts

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What happens to the wombless women? – Tehelka

At age 12, Sarita Tai (name changed) was married off to a sugar-cane cutter, and by the age of 17 she was already a mother of three kids. By 20, she had her uterus removed, all because the doctor she visited told her she would develop cancer. His solution was simple she would have to undergo hysterectomy

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Fran Drescher Believes She ‘Missed Out’ on Having Kids – Talk Radio 1210 WPHT

The Nanny may have raised three kids on the '90s sitcom, but in real life, Fran Drescher was never able to have kids on her own. "I think I would have been a good mum, and sometimes I think I kind of missed out on that," Drescher admitted during an interview with The Cut. While it may have seemed like Drescher -- known for her nasally voice, thick New York accent, and recognizable laugh -- had it all following the end of the sitcoms 6-season run in 2000, behind closed doors, she was diagnosed with uterine cancer.

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Endometriosis Market To Reach USD 2.42 Billion By 2026 | Reports And Data – Yahoo Finance

Endometriosis Market Size USD 1.93 Billion in 2018, CAGR of 2.8%, Endometriosis Industry Trends The increasing focus on clinical trial. New York, March 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Globalendometriosis marketis forecast to reach USD 2.42 Billion by 2026, according to a new report by Reports and Data. Endometriosis is the resultant of the growth of endometrial tissue on bowel, ovaries, and tissues lining the pelvis.

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Mother-of-two puts off her smear test for SEVEN years and has to have a hysterectomy – Brinkwire

A mother-of-two who put off having a smear test for seven years because she was too busy needed a radical hysterectomy when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Caroline Brandshaw, 34, from Stockport, Greater Manchester, thought cancer wouldnt happen to her until watching a documentary about reality star Jade Goody made her think about the impact not getting checked could have on her daughters.

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Pressure to have multiple babies putting surrogates ‘at risk’ – CBC.ca

After Elizabeth Roberts had her two kids, the 39-year-old knew she wanted to help someone else build a family. Having watched a friend volunteer to be a surrogate, Roberts signed herself up in 2016

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Local Anesthesia Drugs Markets to 2025: Analysis on Bupivacaine, Lidocaine, Benzocaine, Ropivacaine, Prilocaine, Chloroprocaine, and Others – Benzinga

DUBLIN, March 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Local Anesthesia Drugs Market - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2020 - 2025)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

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Fran Drescher Believes She ‘Missed Out’ on Having Kids – RADIO.COM

The Nanny may have raised three kids on the '90s sitcom, but in real life, Fran Drescher was never able to have kids on her own. "I think I would have been a good mum, and sometimes I think I kind of missed out on that," Drescher admitted during an interview with The Cut.

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Match Group CEO explains why she resigned for personal reasons – Fast Company

On March 1, I stepped down as CEO of the company that Ive worked at for the past 14 years. It was an emotional and complex decision. I was asked, Why would you give up the hard-fought top job at a $20+ billion public company for personal reasons

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Fran Drescher Believes She ‘Missed Out’ on Not Having Kids – RADIO.COM

The Nanny may have raised three kids on the '90s sitcom, but in real life, Fran Drescher was never able to have kids on her own. "I think I would have been a good mum, and sometimes I think I kind of missed out on that," Drescher admitted during an interview with The Cut. While it may have seemed like Drescher -- known for her nasally voice, thick New York accent, and recognizable laugh -- had it all following the end of the sitcoms 6-season run in 2000, behind closed doors, she was diagnosed with uterine cancer

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Why should abortionists be exempt from protecting women’s health and safety? – Washington Examiner

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for June Medical Services v. Russo, a case involving a challenge to a Louisiana law that requires abortionists to hold admitting privileges at a local hospital the same requirement that doctors at ambulatory surgical centers must meet. The case is significant because, besides the question of whether abortionists may be exempt from a standard that applies to other providers, the court will explore a question of third-party standing.

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Forced sterilisation amounts to ‘inhuman and degrading treatment’ – Health-e News

According to the Commission for Gender Equalitys latest report on forced and coerced sterilisations in South Africa, the practice is a direct attack on HIV-positive womens constitutionally enshrined rights, and highlights flaws in public healths informed consent procedures. Read More Twenty-year-old Ms

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Plant of the week: Herb that will repel mosquitos also given to help with hysterectomy – Cyprus Mail

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Existing health partnerships require re-examination – Daily Californian

When a woman dies from medical complications after being denied an abortion following an incomplete miscarriage, the UC system should examine its partnership with Dignity Health.

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