Ultrasound of Obstetrics and Gynecology Question DMU

DMU (Diploma in Medical Ultrasound) 2nd Semester Exam was held on last 27-28 February in Bangladesh. This DMU is under the BTEB (Bangladesh Technical Education Board). During the preparation of DMU, I faced difficulty to get the old year question. So now I decided to upload the DMU Question of Second Semester of 2014 here. … Read more…

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding Lecture From: Dr. Shilpi, Rajshahi Medical College, Bangladesh Normal uterine bleeding is defined as cyclic menstruation every 21-35 days that lasts fewer than 8days with 20-80ml of blood loss. For practical purposes, any patient who complains of a change in her previously established menstrual pattern may be considered to have abnormal uterine … Read more…

Fibroid Uterus – Sign Symptoms Complications and Treatment

Fibroid Uterus: Fibroid Uterus is the Commonest benign tumor of the uterus. Histologically this tumor is composed of smooth muscle and fibrous tissue – Leiomyoma / Myoma / Fibromyoma. Incidence Of Fibroid Uterus: Very rare before 20 Black women –  More common in nulliparous or having one child infertility. Highest between 35-45 years. Types … Read more…

Vomiting in Pregnancy (Part 1)

Vomiting is a symptom which may be related to pregnancy or may be manifestation of some medical, surgical, gynaecological condition. Vomiting in Pregnancy is very common. To know the Actual cause of Vomiting in Pregnancy is various. Some Cause of Vomiting in Pregnancy is given below. Cause Of Vomiting : A) Related to pregnancy – 1) Morning … Read more…

After Menopause Vitamin D And Calcium Essential or not?

It is commonly suggested that females “especially as they get older” should take calcium and vitamin D extras to help strengthen bones and protect against upcoming fractures. However, the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recently decided that there is not enough proof that taking these complements before or after menopause stops fractures in … Read more…

Emergency Contraception: Need to know

Emergency Contraception Need to know Emergency Contraception is that method which is used as a method to prevent pregnancy after few days of intercourse. It is called emergency contraception because the parents have some accidents with intercourse. There may be a contraceptive failure, tearing of condoms, forget to take the Oral contraceptive pills etc. There … Read more…

Retained Placenta

Retained Placenta Definition of Retained Placenta: When placenta is not expelled out 30 minutes after birth of the baby. Symptoms of retained placenta are described below. Causes of Retained Placenta: Poor voluntary expulsive effort after  prolonged labour Atonic uterus Hour  glass contraction Morbid adherent placenta Diagnosis of Retained Placenta: Time spent  after delivery Whether the placenta is … Read more…

Are You Pregnant? 10 Signs To Confirm

Are you pregnant? 10 signs to confirm Many women are just concerned about their pregnancy. They try to figure out early that she is pregnant or not. After unprotected intercourse many women are afraid to become pregnant. No tension, just write down the 10 definitive signs of pregnancy in your mind. 10 signs to confirm … Read more…