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Binoj Joseph Matthew MD on Common Misconceptions in Women's Health

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Hello All! for today I have given a link to some common misconceptions with regards to women’s health and the actual medically correct answers. So forget the rumors and read on with respect to some questions we have all had at some point:

Women's health myths - corrected

Long-term use of birth control can cause infertility.

You can’t get pregnant after an abortion.

Cranberry juice cures urinary tract infections (UTIs).

Menstrual cycles will sync if women spend enough time together.

Once a C-section, always a C-section.

Women menstruate 12 times a year.

All STI screenings take days for results.

Women can’t get pregnant during menstruation.

Larger breasts mean a larger risk of cancer.

Pregnant women should avoid sweets and fish.

Breastfeeding reduces the risk of breast cancer.

Chemicals in hair dye and perms can harm baby.

Pregnant women are eating for two.

Check out the answers and learn more here:  Women's Health Myths Debunked!



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