Symptoms

Hyperthyroidism - Graves' disease

Hyperthyroidism refers to excessive secretion of thyroid hormones. Iodine overload, a goiter, thyroid nodules or certain congenital diseases can cause hyperthyroidism. However, the main cause is Graves' disease, an autoimmune disease that mostly affects women.  It is characterized by the presence of antibodies that stimulate the production of thyroid hormones. Graves' disease is sometimes linked to other autoimmune diseases (such as diabetes) or stress.

Vaginal mycosis

Vulvo-vaginal infection caused by a fungus (most often Candida albicans), which is physiologically present in the vagina.

An imbalance in the vaginal flora (as a result of taking antibiotics for example) or a change in vaginal pH can result in the local proliferation of the fungus.

The symptoms are intense itching and granular white discharge.

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Vaginal mycosis

Vulvo-vaginal infection caused by a fungus (most often Candida albicans) that is physiologically present in the vagina.

An imbalance in the vaginal flora (due to taking antibiotics for example) or a change in vaginal pH results in local proliferation of the fungus.

The symptoms are intense itching and granular white discharge.

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Breast abscess

A breast abscess is a collection of pus that develops in the breast.

It is characterized by intense pain, fever, heat and a red lump as well as tenderness in the breast.
If you notice any of these symptoms, consult your gynecologist quickly.

 

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