Five years ago in July 2012, I started some quick blog musings for the lazy, hazy days of summer. I called them “Summer Shorts”. So far this year, in my part of the world, it looks like it’s going to be more like a mix of lazy – sunny & rainy days. Fresh days for
In the grand scheme of world affairs, when it comes to the concept of countries and the long history of other countries and their continuous experiments with nationhood, Canada at 150 is still quite young with its experimenting. In 1967, we celebrated our centennial and I can’t help but remember that as a teenager then,
Condos in general have their unique dynamics – social engagement and operational finances to name but two. And those who have chosen to live in urban condo dwellings will know that there are enough issues that percolate, (and sometimes boil over), in and out of the occasion of the Annual General Meeting. Adding the aging
Who could argue with anyone in their later life, (as for example with the two women in their 80s featured in the CBC News piece – Vertical City), when they say they want to age in place with independence in their own condo as long as possible? After all, as one Julie Beddoes said in
One of the ongoing narratives in the changing face of cities is condominium development and how making that choice for living, making a home in a condo community has become, (well for some maybe) – almost an only choice reality. The decision to own or rent a condo crosses all generational, cultural and socioeconomic groups,
Widening our lens on aging and longevity Looking for a break from North American conversation around the social aspects of aging and longevity, where the sameness of content has often numbed us from appreciating the realities of others around the world, I am more conscious these days, of how important it is to put our
Severe pain or excessively heavy bleeding with fibroids may require emergency surgery.
Infertility: they can interfere with every part of the fertility pathway from conception to delivery.
Other medical treatments include the use of drugs that turn off the production of estrogen from the ovaries (gnrh analogs). Will i still be able to get pregnant? Laparoscopic myomectomy does not usually interfere with fertility. Predictors of hysterectomy after uterine artery embolization for leiomyoma.
Once the catheter has been positioned in the arteries to the uterus, x-ray contrast material is injected into the arteries to demonstrate the exact location and siz...
Will i still be able to get pregnant? Laparoscopic myomectomy does not usually interfere with fertility.
Hysteroscopy a long, thin endoscope is passed through the vagina and cervix into the uterus, allowing the doctor to check for growths and take samples of tissue. D.
Symptomatic uterine fibroids can be treated by: medication to control symptoms medication aimed at shrinking tumours ultrasound fibroid destruction various surgically aided methods to reduce blood supply of fibroids myomectomy or radio frequency ablation hysterectomy treatment for infection and anemia embolization medication a number of medications are in use to control symptoms caused by fibroids.