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skene gland

All About Skene Glands

Skene’s glands are two tiny ducts in the anterior section of the vaginal wall that run along both sides of the urethra. These glands, also known as the “female prostate,” are not the same as the prostate glands in male anatomy. The nickname stuck because of the similarities between the female and male prostate glands, […]
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Frozen Shoulder – Making Choices About Treatment

Adhesive capsulitis, also known as frozen shoulder, causes stiffness and pain in your shoulder joint. Within one to three years, signs and symptoms usually appear gradually, worsen over time, and finally disappear. A stroke or a mastectomy can prevent you from moving your arm completely, increasing your chances of developing a frozen shoulder. In addition […]
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