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New Challenges and Advancements to Improve Women’s Health
- Women Health Congress 2023


On behalf of our organizing committee we take this prime opportunity to announce “15th World Congress on Women Health and Prenatal Care” will be held on December 07-08, 2022 | Webinar. The theme of this Webinar is “New Challenges and Advancements to Improve Women’s Health”. We invite talented speakers from all over the world and from the best universities in the world to speak at our webinar.


Women Health Congress 2022 will focus on many interesting scientific sessions and covers all frontier topics in Women Health, Gynecology, Prenatal Care which include Women Health, Pregnancy and Childbirth, Breast Cancer, Gynecology and Obstetrics, PCOD and PCOS(Polycystic Ovary Syndrome), Impact of COVID-19 on Women Health, Midwifery, Menopause and Menstrual Cycle, Abortions and Miscarriages, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Cardiovascular Diseases in Women, Immunology in Women, Ovarian Cancer, Pediatrics and Neonatal Care Meetings and Women Oncology.

Welcome Message

It is a great chance to stretch out our warm welcome to all the distinguished speakers and participants for the “15th World Congress on Women Health and Prenatal Care”  which is going to be held during December 07-08, 2022 | Webinar.

Women Health Congress 2022 plans to assemble every one of the entire population over the globe like Assistant Professors, Professors, understudies, Directors, Chairman’s, Scientists, Doctors, Managing Directors, and Noble Laureates has a basic stage for them to share their experience, learning and research work, late progressions in the field of medicinal services to women, particularly in finding and treatment of disorders in the female conceptive organs.


Sessions and Tracks

Track 1: Womens Health:

Women have unique health problems which include pregnancy, menopause, and diseases of the female organs. Women can have a healthy pregnancy with proper, early and regular prenatal care. In addition, several tests are recommended for screening for cervical cancer, breast cancer, and bone density.

Diet and nutrition play a major role in the women health. Important nutritious diets include high-protein vegetarian diets and high-calcium recipes.

Track 2: Gynaecology and Obstetrics:

At every stage of your life cycle, including health, illness, and times of change, we need to pay attention to our health care. Gynecology deals with all diseases of the reproductive organs such as the fallopian tubes, cervix, uterus, ovaries and vagina. Obstetricians and Gynecologists are also closely related and associated with the female reproductive system and can also treat related problems which are related to urinary system. Obstetricians point out complications rise during childbirth and ensure that the mother and child are safely guided through all stages of pregnancy and childbirth. Both Obstetricians and Gynecologists play an important role in Women's health. Women need to assist reproductive technology at every stage of their lives, and working with an Obstetrician\ Gynecologist is the first step in comprehensive and on-going health and wellness management. Researchers focused on overcoming infertility, improving health care for non-pregnant and pregnant women, fighting Gynecological cancers. Some of them include:

  • Treat reproductive problems
  • Protect mother and child
  • Fighting against gynecological cancers
  • Health and wellness management


Track 3: Pregnancy and Child Birth:
During pregnancy and child birth each and every stage must be a positive experience to help a woman and her baby maximize their potential for health and well-being. The most common direct causes of maternal injury and death are excessive blood loss, infection, high blood pressure, unsafe abortion and delivery disorders, and indirect causes such as anemia, malaria and heart disease. Most maternal mortality ratios can be prevented by time management by qualified medical professionals working in a supportive environment. Most Common symptoms of preeclampsia and Postpartum preeclampsia are

  • Nausea with or without vomiting
  • High blood pressure
  • Increased urination
  • Emergency maternal care
  •  Post-birth care
  • Abdominal cramps


Track 4: Menopause and Menstrual cycle:

Menopause is the time when a woman's menstruation stops forever and she cannot give birth. It can also be defined by the decrease in hormone production by the ovaries. Menopause usually occurs between the ages of 48 and 52. Women who have had surgery to remove the uterus but have residual ovaries can be considered menopause at the time of surgery or when hormone levels drop. After excision of the uterus, symptoms usually appear early, on average, at age 45.


The menstrual cycle is a series of natural changes that occurred in the uterus and ovaries that allow hormone production and develop the structure of the female reproductive system. The ovarian cycle controls the production and release of egg cells and the regular release of estrogen and progesterone. The uterine cycle regulates the preparation and maintenance of the inner layer of the uterus (uterus) to receive fertilized eggs. These cycles are coordinated simultaneously and usually last 21-35 days for an adult female with an average length of 28 days and lasting about 30-45 years. Both two menopause and menstrual cycle are the signs of healthy body.

Track 5: Challenges faced by women during pandemic times:

Even if the fatality rate for men has been twice higher than for women, the Covid-19 pandemic has affected women more than men, both as frontline workers and at home. The specific risk of serious health problems and death in pregnant women is very low, but higher than in non-pregnant women of the same age group. Pregnant women are at increased risk of being admitted to an associate degree medical unit; require advanced care, including mechanical breathing assistance. The virus can be transmitted from mother to baby, but it is extremely rare. COVID19's health recommendations for new mothers include frequent wearing of face masks and hand washing after breast feeding.

  • The specific psychological and psychiatric risks faced by women both as patients and as workers in the health sector.
  • The increased risk of violence against women at home and at the workplace.
  •  Finally the risks run by children within their families.

COVID-19 was associated with a higher rate of miscarriage, preterm birth, pre-eclampsia, cesarean, and perinatal death. All these uncertainties are likely to increase the level of psychological stress and may contribute to an increased risk of pregnancy terminations.

Track 6: PCOD and PCOS(Polycystic Ovary Syndrome):

PCOD or PCOS is a condition that affects the female ovaries and the reproductive organs which produce progesterone and estrogen hormones those help to regulate the menstrual cycle, and produces small amounts of the hormones called androgens, inhibin, relaxin, and male hormones. Almost 10% of the women in the world suffer from PCOD. Compared to PCOD, women with PCOS produce above average androgens. This hormonal imbalance misses menstruation and makes pregnancy difficult. In addition to unpredictable hormonal behavior, this condition can also cause Infertility, acne, excessive hair growth, diabetes.

  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Makes pregnancy difficult
  • Infertility

Track 7: Midwifery:

Midwifery is the health science and health profession which deals with pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period that include taking care of the new born, in addition to the sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. A Professional in midwifery is called as midwife. Midwives are a community who take care of women with children with the help of counsellors and referrals. The real job of a midwife professional is to take care of a pregnant woman and her baby during pregnancy, delivery, childbirth, and so on. Main areas of midwifery include:


  • Reproductive health
  • Caring for women in pregnancy, postnatal period
  •       Caring for a baby in birth period                                                                                                                       

Track 8: Abortions and Miscarriages:
Abortion is a term that refers to the termination of a being pregnancy by removal or expulsion of an embryo or fetus. This can arise with scientific intervention including medicinal drugs or surgical treatments or sometimes it could arise on its own.

A miscarriage is referred to as a spontaneous abortion, and refers to a being pregnant loss earlier than the 20th week of gestation period or the expulsion of an embryo or fetus weighing 500g or even less. Some women may don't have any signs of miscarriage and it's far observed on an ordinary ultrasound in early phase.

Symptoms of miscarriage include:

  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Abdominal cramping
  • Sudden loss or decreasing of being pregnant signs including reduced breast tenderness or nausea and vomiting
  •       Mild to extreme back pain
  • Weight Loss
  • Painful Contractions that arise each 5-20 Minutes

Track 9: Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility:

Endocrinology of reproduction and infertility are main subfields of obstetrics and gynecology that teach reproductive medicine clinicians how to assess hormonal activity which are associated with reproduction and infertility.

Most reproductive endocrine scholars focus on the treatment of infertility, but they are also required to keep an eye to treat hormonal dysfunctions in women and men who are infertile. The reproductive endocrinology and infertility provides care to male and female who wants pregnancy, patients with cancer who wants to do family planning in addition to women seeking treatment for Endocrine disorders which affect the reproductive system.

Track 10: Invitro Fertilization:

IVF is a Complex process in which a man’s sperm and a woman’s eggs are combined outside of the body in a laboratory. It is the most effective form of assisted reproductive technology. One or more fertilized eggs (embryos) may be transferred into the woman’s uterus, where they may implant in the uterine lining and they develop and result in a Pregnancy. Serious complications from IVF medicines and procedures are mostly rare. As with all medical treatments, however, there are some risks which include:

  •  Mild bruising and soreness at the injection Nausea and, occasionally, vomiting·
  • Temporary allergic reactions which include skin reddening and/or itching at the injection site
  • Breast tenderness and increased vaginal discharge 
  • Mood Swings and Fatigue
  • Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS)

Track 11: Immunology in Women:
During pregnancy, the mother's immune system is constantly moving. It is now generally accepted and known that there are fine-tuned interactions between maternal and fetal cells to support a healthy pregnancy. Hypertensive pregnancy disorders which include pre-eclampsia and eclampsia, are the leading contributors to maternal morbidity and mortality worldwide, but can be regulated by regular monitoring and management of blood pressure during pregnancy. Blood pressure assessment is an important part of antenatal care, the ability to measure regularly and easily using working device, identify numbers elevated, and provide referrals as needed to reduce these morbities is an important barrier.

  • Hypertensive disorders
  • Management of blood Pressure


Track 12: Women Oncology:
This session will be a complete discussion of/on oncological issues and cancer treatment. Women are very likely prone to different types of cancer, both internal and external. This track will shed light on female oncology and oncogenes. Women oncology is a medical specialty focused on cancers of the female reproductive system, including different types of cancers. As experts, they are extensively trained in the diagnosis and treatment of these types of cancer. Major types of cancers in Women include:

  • Ovarian cancer
  • Vaginal Cancer
  • Cervical Cancer
  • Genetical Cancer                                                                                                                                                                                                              


Market Analysis Report

Market Analysis:

The U.S. is reckoned to remain the biggest market for women’s healthcare therapeutics due to high ventures made in the front line of drug research leading to bringing about a new era in the medical field, which encompasses modern medicines with distinct instruments of activity; rising accentuation on growth care and grouping of a portion of the world's significant pharmaceutical and biotechnology associations in the local region. While Asia Pacific market is foreseen to develop with the most astounding compound annual growth rate (CAGR) amid the prophecy period. Developing markets with their populations in billions have turned into a powerful wellspring of income. Medical management is progressing countries is experiencing swift changes.

Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, and Singapore have the fastest developing economies in the universe. As indicated by Healthineers, healthcare insurance use in rising economies has expanded 11% from 1995 to 2012 and anticipated that it would achieve 33% out of 2022. Rising inhabitants in developing countries will promptly expand the interest in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical items sooner rather than later.

Swinging managerial criteria have been connected by the Food and Drug Administration(FDA) to endorse medications against women’s ill health, more distinct for hormonal therapeutics. Besides, the clinical preliminary of anti-microbial contrast from other remedial medications regarding the clinical endorsement approach, for example, clinical preliminary outline, translation, and examination. The support needs to direct non-mediocrity preliminary.


Key players shrouded in this report are MediLad, AstraZeneca, 28Labs Inc., Amgen Inc., LupinPharmaceuticals, Inc., Novo Nordisk A/S, Hologic, Inc., Cone Health, Novartis AG, Pfizer, Inc., Merck and Co., Inc., Bayer AG, and Johnson and Johnson.   

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