Syphilis – Syphilis is a chronic systemic infection caused by a microbe called a spirochete. Syphilis is a venereal disease, which is sexually transmitted from sex workers and is thus acquired. However, congenital syphilis also occurs though uncommon.
Gonorrhoea – GONORRHOEA (CLAP) is one of the most common communicable diseases. The concerned bacteria directly act within the urethra, rectum, and pharynx. Gonorrhoea is spread by sexual intercourse with sex workers. It can affect young adults of both sexes.
Ovarian Cyst – OVARIAN CYST is the growth of a sac within an ovary, which is filled with fluid or solid material.
Hyperemesis gravidarum – EXAGGERATED MORNING SICKNESS (Hyperemesis Gravidarum) condition is sometimes present in early pregnancy.
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease – PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE is defined as the acute or chronic inflammation of the female reproductive organs. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease is an ascending infection from the vagina to the uterus and fallopian tubes (salpingitis).
Prostatitis – This condition is caused by an infection of the male reproductive gland by bacteria
Vaginal Itching – In women, vaginal itching is a common condition, which occurs particularly in hot humid weather where undue sweating occurs.
Gynecomastia is defined as the abnormal development of breasts in men.
Ectopic Pregnancy – This is a pregnancy where a fertilized egg instead of growing in the uterus grows within a fallopian tube.
Uterine Fibroid – It is a benign growth of cells in the walls of the womb.
Abortion – It is defined as the expulsion or removal of an embryo or fetus from the womb at a stage of pregnancy when it is incapable of independent survival i.e. at any time between conception
and the 28th week of pregnancy.
It is an acute collection of pus within the breast tissue.