Flesh eating disease is a very rare bacterial infection that destroys and causes death of body tissues. The other name for this disease are necrotizing fasciitis, Fournier’s gangrene, and suppurative fasciitis. The infection would be so deep that it attacks the skin, underlying muscles and tissue and it spreads rapidly causing death of tissues (necrosis).
The only solid evidence for confirming pregnancy is to take urine test. But there are certain symptoms that indicate that you can be pregnant apart from missing periods. Some women can feel these signs in the very early signs before even they miss the menstrual cycle.
Eclampsia is the condition of sudden occurrence of seizures or fits in pregnant women. The seizure can be serious and life threatening. Eclampsia is caused due to preeclampsia which is sudden increase in blood pressure and increased levels of protein in urine during pregnancy. Pregnant women with mild symptoms of preeclampsia should stay connected with their doctors to monitor the growth of the baby and self.
Blue waffle disease is certainly a wizard name given for common vaginal infection in women. There is no idea who coined this name but this has been getting popular in internet for quite some time. The term “waffle” is a slang term used to denote vagina. This parasitic infection is one of the sexually transmitted disease affecting both men and women but women have more chance of getting infected.
Melasma is change in skin color that occurs commonly in women during their reproductive years. Brown tanned skin is seen on the upper lip, upper cheeks and forehead of women belonging to age group of 20-50 years. It is caused by change in hormones and using oral contraceptive pills and during pregnancy. Most of these women would have been exposed to harsh ultraviolet rays of sun earlier. Melasma is commonly seen in many pregnant women belonging to Asia and Latin America. People with dark complexion have increased chance of developing melasma patches. Among the total figure of 50 million people affected with melasma more than 90% are women. Using sunscreen lotion and creams can help to remove melasmic patches from your skin.