What are Bouchard’s Nodes? Symptoms & Treatment

Bouchard Nodes

Bouchard’s nodes are thick, calcified outgrowths or coagulated blisters on the proximal interphalangeal joints (the center joints of fingers or toes). When the articular (joint) ligaments develop calcific prods, they can lead to osteoarthritis. Rarely, nodes are also seen in rheumatoid arthritis, where the immune system attacks the synovium.   Bouchard’s nodes are similar in appearance … Read more

Watery Vaginal Discharge: Timing Matters

Watery Discharge

Watery Vaginal discharge can change in consistency, variety, quantity, and scent. These progressions depend upon your period, flow, sexual activity, contraception, medications you take, and any prior medical issue. Pubescence, pregnancy, and menopause also play a significant role. Watery Discharge After Ovulation Ovulation normally happens 10-16 days before your period begins. You might see more … Read more

Stages of Cold Sore: What to be Aware

Stages of Cold Sore

Cold sores, otherwise called herpes labialis, are brought about by non-genital herpes simplex infection type 1. Individuals can develop a cold sore all over their body or in their mouth. Transmission of the non-genital herpes simplex infection type 1 (HSV-1) happens during youth through nonsexual contact; however, grown-ups can get the contamination through sexual movement. … Read more