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Since exhaustion, weight gain, and brain fog are symptoms of menopause and thyroid, it’s hard to know which it is.
Here's what you should know about tomosynthesis, the latest imaging technology for breast cancer screening and diagnosis.
Many women aren’t prepared for the cognitive problems menopause can cause, including issues with memory and concentration.
In addition to chest pain, warning signs of a heart attack can include shortness of breath, nausea, and neck or back pain.
You wake up sweaty, your heart beating rapidly. If you’re a woman about age 50, your symptoms could be the result of menopause, but maybe it’s your thyroid.
The thyroid produces hormones that regulate metabolism. This affects every organ in your body, as well as heart rate, blood pressure, and body temperature.
Find out why your annual well-woman exam should be an essential part of your healthcare routine, including checking for uterine, ovarian, and breast cancer.
Blood in the urine is most likely a symptom of a urinary-tract infection, but there’s a chance it could mean bladder cancer.
Because inflammatory breast cancer usually doesn’t manifest itself as a lump and progresses so quickly, the disease is not typically diagnosed until the disease is in its later stages.
The major concern associated with postmenopausal bleeding is to exclude the possibility of endometrial cancer.