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Have you been dreaming of getting pregnant, without success? Have you gone through several hormone injections or in vitro fertilisation cycles without success? Or do you have any period problems? Do you complain of night sweats, hot flushes, mood swings, pain during intercourse, increased anxiety or irritability, or other menopause-related symptoms? Are you feeling stressful or anxious during the onset of menopause?
It is not uncommon for women to have cysts on their ovaries. Very often ovarian cysts go unnoticed as they are often quite small and cause no pain or discomfort.
A recent awareness campaign aimed at alerting farmers in Mayo to the signs and symptoms of a heart attack has won a top award at this year’s Irish Medical Times Healthcare Awards. This innovative project stemmed from a collaboration between local heart and stroke charity Croí and the HSE in Mayo as part of the on-going work of the Mayo Action on Heart Disease and Stroke Programme. The winning initiative was jointly led by Croí nurse Ailish Houlihan and Ann Marie Brown, cardiac rehab co-ordinator at Mayo General Hospital.
A postgrad researcher in GMIT’s Medical Technology Research Centre, GMedTech, has won the 2015 National Thesis in 3 final, held in the Sugar Club, Dublin, recently.
‘Find Atrial Fibrillation before a stroke finds you’ is the latest message from the Irish Heart Foundation (IHF).
A new, online and mobile compatible tool has been developed by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland to assist Ireland’s 22,000 food service businesses identify and manage allergens in the food they serve.
A campaign to raise awareness of the importance of psychological support and a series of new meetings for advanced prostate cancer survivors was launched by Janssen, the Irish Cancer Society, and broadcaster Pat Kenny recently.
Osteoporosis - how to prevent and treat it with exercise
MENOPAUSE THE Musical, the hilarious celebration of women and 'the Change', arrives in the Town Hall Theatre next week for what should be a sell-out run. Starring X Factor sensation Mary Byrne, The Nualas's Sue Collins, Eurovision winner Niamh Kavanagh, and The Nolans' Linda Nolan, the show presents a cast of hormonal women, one-liners about memory loss, and innuendo-laden versions of pop classics.
This evening is open to people from Donegal to Clare and to the midlands. Rachael Dalton is a clinical nurse specialist in prostate cancer survivorship who provides care, advice, support, and education for patients with prostate cancer.