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Causes of common gynecological disorders
The glands in the cervix secrete fluid comprising of mucus and worn out cells of the vaginal lining. The fluid, known as vaginal discharge, helps to clean the vagina naturally. Small amount of vaginal discharge is necessary for supporting the health of the vagina. After ovulation, the vaginal discharge becomes thicker. Abnormal changes in vaginal discharge are symptoms of an underlying vaginal infection or vaginitis. Vaginitis is accompanied by increase in vaginal discharge. The vaginal fluid might become too thin or excessively thick like cottage cheese. It might contain blood. The color of the vagina discharge also changes. It might becoming gray, yellow or white. Vaginal irritation, burning, itching, fishy odor, inflammation and pain in the vulva or vagina are other common signs of vaginal infection.
Yeast overgrowth in the vaginal is a common cause of vaginal yeast infection. It occurs if the normal microbial flora in the vagina is disturbed owing to some reason. Antibiotic medications might cause microbial imbalance in the vagina by killing the beneficial microbes along with the harmful microbes. The healthy bacteria inhibit growth of disease causing fungi in the vagina. Diabetic women are vulnerable to vaginal yeast infection. Yeasts tend to thrive in vagina if the genital area remains wet for a long time. The exact causes of bacterial and yeast infections in the vagina are often unclear. Gynecological problems in women often manifest in the form of abnormalities in the menstrual cycle. Heavy menstrual bleeding or menorrhagia causes physical discomfort and increases the risk of anemia owing to excessive blood loss. In a large number of women, the exact cause of menorrhagia is often unclear. In others, hormonal imbalance, uterine fibroids and uterine polyps are responsible for this disorder.
Pain and abdominal cramps during menstruation is another common problem. Known as primary dysmenorrheal, in medical jargon, menstrual pain is largely experienced owing to the contraction of the uterine muscles.
Menstruation is a complex process that is regulated by different hormones. A woman is born with a specific number of eggs housed in the two ovaries. Usually a single egg matures in each menstrual cycle. The mature egg then detaches from the ovary and travels through the Fallopian tube, into the uterus. While the egg matures in the ovary, the endometrium or the lining of the uterus thickens to accommodate the fertilized egg. A woman conceives when the mature egg is fertilized by a sperm. The fertilized egg then attaches to the endometrium, and pregnancy ensues.
If the egg is not fertilized, the endometrium sheds, and menstruation occurs. The menstrual discharge is made up of the endometrial tissues and fresh blood. In normal menstrual bleeding, the body loses less than 80ml blood.
In medical jargon, excessive menstrual bleeding is known as menorrhagia. A woman is said to suffer from menorrhagia if she loses more than 80ml of menstrual blood during each menstrual period. In some cases, the exact cause of menorrhagia is unknown. In others, hormonal imbalance could cause heavy bleeding. Menorrhagia might be a sign of absence of ovulation. Progesterone is not secreted in the absence of ovulation. The development of endometrium during the menstrual cycle is influenced by the activities of estrogen and progesterone.
Absence of ovulation triggers hormonal imbalance, leading to excess bleeding. Excessive menstrual bleeding might be a symptom of uterine fibroids. These benign growths prolong menstrual bleeding. Heavy menstrual bleeding and painful periods might occur if the endometrium glands are embedded in the muscles of the uterus.
Women who use intrauterine device as a birth control tool might experience heavy menstrual bleeding. Heavy menstrual bleeding could be a sign of miscarriage. Women with blood coagulation disorders might experience heavy bleeding during periods owing to deficiency of blood-clotting factors. Intake of anticoagulants might increase bleeding during periods. Anti-inflammatory medication could also prolong menstrual bleeding.
Irregular menstrual periods or absence of menstruation is known as amenorrhea or oligomenorrhea. Amenorrhea could be normal part of a women's life. Menopause is a natural cause of amenorrhea. Menstruation ceases naturally during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Oral contraceptive pills might disrupt the normal menstrual cycle by inhibiting ovulation. After stopping the birth control pills, the normal menstrual cycle might resume after four to six months.
Amenorrhea might be triggered by excessive emotional stress. Rigorous workouts might interrupt the menstrual cycle. It might even occur in women whose body weight is excessively low. Eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia are common causes of amenorrhea. Irregular periods are often related to hormonal imbalance.
Polycystic ovary syndrome might trigger hormonal imbalance. Menstrual irregularities are caused by underactive or overactive thyroid gland. Tumor in the pituitary gland might alter the hormonal balance in the body. Amenorrhea could also be a sign of premature menopause.
Polymenorrhea is characterized by frequent menstrual periods. In polymenorrhea more than one period occurs in each calendar period. Very small amount of menstrual bleeding is known as hypomenorrhea.