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Women’s health disorders can occur in all life stages and involve a variety of issues; among others, those of infertility, endometriosis, breast cancer, menstrual disorders, fibroids, and sexual dysfunction.  Between the ages of 40 and 50, women may experience serious menopausal-related symptoms. 

The overall women’s healthcare market size is dependent on demographic and sociological factors such as population growth, percentage of younger women, and public perception about family planning and use of contraceptives. 

The years between puberty and menopause offer opportunities for personal fulfillment and development to which available fertility control methods contribute significantly, but at the same time can be also associated with health risk. The decision to have a baby is a wonderful event in a women's life.  However, even when the generally accepted and prescribed methods for maintaining a healthy pregnancy are followed, women at times experience pre-term labor resulting in pre-term birth.