mycoplasma -- a bacteria sometimes found in the vaginal tract that has been linked to miscarriage. This is a common test following a miscarriage and is easily treatable if found.
Mycoplasma - an infectious agent that falls structurally between a virus and a bacterium. Thought to be related to pregnancy loss and perhaps infertility as well.
Myoma (fibroid) ...
Mycoplasma: See Ureaplasma. Myomectomy: Surgery performed to remove fibroid tumors. Neonatal Death: A death within 28 days of birth. New-borns or Infants Born: The number of live births plus stillbirths. Oligomenorrhea: Infrequent menstrual periods.
Mycoplasma genitalium symptoms, concordance and treatment in high-risk sexual dyads.
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Amount of Bone Loss in Relation to Time around the Final Menstrual Period and Follicle-Stimulating Hormone Staging of the Transmenopause.
A molar pregnancy is treated by a D&C and sometimes methotrexate. Monosomy: the absence of one chromosome of a pair. Mycoplasma (T-strain mycoplasma): a microscopic organism thought to be responsible for pregnancy loss. Back to top ...
The main bacteria involved are Gardnerella vaginalis and Bacteroides, Prevotella, and Mycoplasma species. Up to 50% of women who have BV do not have symptoms. Women with BV appear to be at increased risk for preterm labor.
Ultrasound (US) - use of high-frequency sound waves for creating an image of internal body parts Ureaplasma - a microorganism similar to mycoplasma Urethra - the tube through which urine from the bladder is expelled Urologist - a physician who specializes in the surgical ...
Routine screening for mycoplasmas during pregnancy
Screening for toxoplasmosis during pregnancy ...
a microorganism similar to mycoplasma
the tube through which urine from the bladder is expelled ...
Cervical cultures - A sample of cells and mucus taken from the cervix to check for evidence of sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, bacterial vaginosis, yeast, mycoplasma, etc.
These include: Streptococcus B, Enterococcus, Herpes Type I and II, Anaerobic bacteria, Staphylococcus aureus, Haemophilus influenza, Streptococcus millerii, E. coli, Klebsiella, Garnerella, Ureaplasma, Mycoplasma and Candida.
See also: Infection, Pregnancy, Uterus, Pregnant, Tissue