Drª. Sheila Sedicias
Dr. Sheila Sedicias is a Physician graduated in Mastology and Gynecology by the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) in 2008, and member no.17459 of the Regional Council of Medicine of Pernambuco (CRM-PE).
Dr. Sheila is also post-graduated in Gynecology and Obstetrics by the UFPE, and Mastology specialist by the Barão de Lucena Hospital, Recife-Pernambuco, Brazil.
After an academic internship in Mastology by the Sírio Libanês Hospital of San Paulo, in 2008, Dr. Sheila has been performing as a mastologist credited by the Prefecture of Olinda City (Pernambuco). You can book an appointment with her by dialing +558132226688.
- Is a hard abdomen a contraction sign During the early stages of pregnancy, around 7 or 8 weeks, the growth of the uterus and the development of the baby, turn the the belly harder.
- How to interpret the beta HCG test results
- How to identify the symptoms genital herpes
- What can cause greenish vaginal discharge
- 7 reasons for menstrual blood clots
- Syphilis: main symptoms with photos
- How to identify and treat uterine inflammation
- Ovarian cyst: Symptoms, treatment and common doubts
- What to do if you are losing amniotic fluid
- Causes for brown vaginal discharge during pregnancy
- Home remedy for vaginal discharge
- 3 Safe ways to stop your period
- Brown Vaginal Discharge: what does it mean and when is it normal
Mais de Drª. Sheila Sedicias
- Causes for brown vaginal discharge during pregnancy Having a little brown discharge in pregnancy is common and is not a big cause for concern, but you have to be careful because it can also be indicative of infections, changes in pH or... Updated in 02/12/2019
- How to interpret the beta HCG test results The best way to confirm a pregnancy is through a blood test, as it is possible to detect small amounts of the hormone HCG, which is produced during pregnancy. Updated in 02/12/2019
- Brown Vaginal Discharge: what does it mean and when is it normal Brown vaginal discharge is normal after your period because it is common to form blood clots a few days after the end of your period. Updated in 02/12/2019
- How to identify and treat uterine inflammation Inflammation in the uterus is the irritation the uterine tissues, caused during infections by microorganisms such as candida, chlamydia or gonorrhea, for example, but also by allergies to... Updated in 27/11/2019
- How to calculate your gestational age in weeks and months To know exactly how many weeks along you are and how many months it amounts to you need to calculate the gestational age and to do so you only need to know the Last Menstruation Date (DLM) and... Updated in 25/11/2019
- Is a hard abdomen a contraction sign During the early stages of pregnancy, around 7 or 8 weeks, the growth of the uterus and the development of the baby, turn the the belly harder. Updated in 20/11/2019
- How to identify the symptoms genital herpes Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease, which is caught by intimate contact. When it comes in direct contact with blisters or ulcers with fluid in the genitals, thighs or anus and causes... Updated in 20/11/2019
- 3 Safe ways to stop your period There are 3 possibilities to stop menstruation for a period of time: taking Primosiston medication, the contraceptive pill that you already use without interruption or the use of IUD with... Updated in 20/11/2019
- Ovarian cyst: Symptoms, treatment and common doubts An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled pouch that forms in or around the ovary, which can cause pain in the pelvic region, delayed menstruation or difficulty in getting pregnant. Updated in 11/09/2019
- What to do if you are losing amniotic fluid If your panties get wet during pregnancy it may indicate increased intimate lubrication, involuntary loss of urine, or loss of amniotic fluid, and so it is important you know how to identify each of... Updated in 11/09/2019