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Cancer articles pertaining (mainly) to the female reproductive system. This may include: Cervix or Cervical, Uterus or Uterine or , Endometrial or Endometriosis, Colposcopy, Ovary or Ovules or Ovaries or Ovarian, Polycystic, Vaginal or Vulvae, Ova, Oophoron, and other female related Cystic or Carcinogenic Diseases.
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What Are the Warning Signs of Ovarian Cancer?

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 Pravakar Das (August 20, 2011)  Sometimes doctor and patient both repeatedly don’t identify the warning ovarian cancer signs until the cancer reach in advanced stage. When doctor alert the presence of cancer to the patient body that moment cancer will have spread all over the body and help to doctor to identified the ovarian cancer symptoms, around 70%-75% women able diagnose their cancer in ovarian in later or . (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Ovarian Cancer - It's Curable, But Women's Awareness is Very Low!

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 Steve Janovic (January 12, 2009)   Do you ever experience any of the following? * Bloating, abdominal swelling or loss of appetite * Fatigue, indigestion or heartburn * A change in toilet habit or unexplained weight change * Constipation or diarrhoea * Abdominal or back pain * Irregular vaginal bleeding * Pain with intercourse or poor bladder control Anyone is likely to experience these symptoms from time to time. But . (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Uterine Cancer - Symptoms, Causes and Treatments

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 James S. Pendergraft (January 12, 2009)  Uterine Cancer is one of the deadliest cancers, which actually start in the lining of the cells in the uterus. The womb or the uterus is a vital part of the reproductive system in a woman. Type of Uterine Cancer That cancer may denote various types of cancers, which occur in a woman's uterus. Uterine sarcomas, commonly known to be leiomyosarcomas are a type of uterine cancer, which .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Here Are Ways to Help You Overcome Ovarian Cancer

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 Alan Wighton (January 11, 2009)  There is a reason why one gets ovarian cancer because the rate is rising and its specific factors are our modern day living which is responsible. Pinpointing the reasons is the key to solving the problem. 100 years ago ovarian cancer was unheard of; today it's a common disease. It has been described as a silent killer because there are very few symptoms and by time it is diagnosed it is . (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Understanding Ovarian Cancer

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 Lorna Darden (January 08, 2009)  Ovarian Cancer is a women's disease and it is on the rise. We as women have to take care of ourselves every single day. Even though no matter how much health food we eat and how much we exercise unfortunately, sometimes it's not enough. Ovaries are reproductive glands that produce the egg. There is one ovary on each side of the uterus in the pelvis. The egg travels through the .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Ovarian Cyst Removal - Types of Surgery For the Removal of Ovarian Cysts

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 Rebecca Wincup (January 05, 2009)  Most ovarian cysts, often described as functional cysts, will have no impact on a woman's health and will disappear after a few months. However some cysts do not shrink or disappear over time and are more complex. In such instances the condition could lead to a variety of symptoms, principally extreme pain in the pelvic region. Consequently the option of ovarian cyst removal is a .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Great Giveaways For Cervical Health Awareness Month

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 Jenn Jimenez (December 23, 2008)  Every year in the United Stares, about 10,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer. That's why January is devoted to Cervical Health Awareness. This month is all about spreading the word and living a safe lifestyle that will lessen your chances of contracting cervical diseases. A great variety of promotional awareness event items will help to fuel every event. The National Cervical . (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Painful Ovarian Cysts - Am I Adding to the Three Main Causes?

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 Grace Morris (December 18, 2008)  An ovarian cyst is a collection of fluids, which is surrounded by a slender wall within the ovary. Generally, ovarian cysts are simply functional in nature though some may come to be life threatening. It is important to understand the possible causes of this disease in order to effectively diagnose and treat it. Though there may not be one single direct cause of ovarian cysts there are . (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Ovarian Cysts - Is the Conventional Approach the Right One For Me?

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 Grace Morris (December 18, 2008)  A prevailing gynecological issue amongst women today is which method better at treating the painful ovarian cysts, the conventional medicinal approach of a natural holistic treatment. Taking the conventional medicine approach to ovarian cysts is the most common yet can be the most traumatic experience that a woman can undergo. This orthodox approach is plain and simple and involves .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Types of Ovarian Cysts and What You Should Do About Them

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 Rebecca Wincup (December 16, 2008)  Most women will have some type of ovarian cyst at some stage in their life. In fact ovarian cysts are very common and generally present no serious health problems or have any physical symptoms. This article will list the main types of ovarian cysts and what you should do about them. Ovarian cysts can be broken down in two main groups. The first group is referred to as functional or .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Ovarian Cyst Burst - Typical Symptoms and What Happens When an Ovarian Cyst Bursts

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 Rebecca Wincup (December 11, 2008)  It is not uncommon for ovarian cysts to develop and in most cases they shrink and disappear after a few months with little to no obvious symptoms. However, in some cases a cyst does not shrink but becomes larger. This is when symptoms may become apparent and these types of ovarian cysts are most likely to burst. An ovarian cyst burst represents the worst possible outcome for you. This .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

HPV Immunization For the Prevention of Cervical Cancer

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 Douglas Penta M.D. (December 09, 2008)  There is no doubt that the HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) vaccine is one of the major advances in preventive health care within the field of gynecology over recent years. Having treated countless patients for HPV-related disease (as young as age 15) I believe it is crucial that everyone is aware of the fact that the HPV infection is one of the most concerning and rapidly increasing women's . (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Ways to Prevent Cervix Cancer

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 Pauline Go (December 08, 2008)  What is cervix cancer? This is a type of cancer that develops in the cervix or the neck of the uterus. It is a slow growing cancer and you can either have symptoms or it can be without symptoms. Usually cervix cancer is detected by means of a pap smear which is nothing but taking a smear of the cells and then checking them under a microscope. A pap smear is a regular part of a .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Who Else Wants to Learn About Ovarian Cancer

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 Mickey Lieberman (December 08, 2008)  It is a frightening fact that somewhere around 1.5 percent of all women will develop ovarian cancer during their life. Although it is not as common as breast cancer, it is still considered to be the most serious and potentially fatal of  all of the gynecological cancers. Unfortunately this type of cancer is usually in advanced stages before it is diagnosed and this makes treatment .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Uterine Polyps Cancer Treatment

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 Cally Simmons (December 07, 2008)  Nobody knows how common uterine polyps are. Some research suggest it occurs in 10% of women. Patients who go to their doctor complaining menstrual bleeding problems will usually be tested for the possibility of polyps. Symptoms: Intermenstrual bleeding, excessive bleeding, spotting after intercourse. Because most polyps are small, they usually do not cause any symptoms. Larger polyps .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Rick Factors of Cervical Cancer

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 Eze Ikechukwu (December 07, 2008)  Today, we are going to discuss some of the risk factors of cervical cancer. They are many that it will not be possible for us to exhaust all of them, but let us see how far we can go today. 1) HUMAN PAPILLUM VIRUS INFECTION (HPV): This is the most important of all the risk factors associated to the cancer of the cervix. Doctors believe that before a woman can develop cervical cancer, .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Ovarian Cancer Survival - The Importance of Early Detection

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 James S. Pendergraft (December 05, 2008)  Buried in the basin, the ovaries are difficult to examine. Thus, cancers affecting them are often discovered late. If improvements are to provide treatment, the prognosis remains closely linked to early care. Ovarian cancer is the fifth largest female cancers in US, with 4, 000 new cases per year. But his prognosis remains very bleak as it is often discovered at a late stage. Panorama .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Understanding Cancer Of The Cervix

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 Eze Ikechukwu (December 04, 2008)  When abnormal cells in the cervix grow out of control, it leads to cervical cancer. The lower part of the uterus, which opens directly to the vagina, is called the cervix. If this problem is discovered early, it can easily be cured, and this discovery at this early stage can only be possible if the patient is one that undergoes regular tests of her body systems. The discovery of .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Cancerous Ovarian Cyst Surgery - A Doctor's Approach

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 Jeniffer Mas (November 29, 2008)  Although many ovarian cysts will disappear naturally over a few menstrual cycles, ovarian cyst removal is often an option or indeed necessary in some cases. For instance, if the cysts are large, solid, irregularly shaped, twisted, ruptured, and causing extreme pain then removal is often a good option. If the cyst is potentially cancerous then surgery is often necessary. As the .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Fibroids of the Uterus

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 Elle Nash (November 26, 2008)  I wanted to talk to you about fibroids of the uterus. The real good news about fibroids is that they're non-cancerous tumors, so you're not going to run into any trouble from them. The reality is that these tumors are growing around the reproductive organs and are going to cause complications. That's the reality and it really puts a lot of women in a tough situation. Doctors aren't .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Dealing With Fibroids in the Uterus

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 Elle Nash (November 25, 2008)  I wanted to talk to you about dealing with fibroids in the uterus. This is a big problem for a lot of women. These fibroids are actually tumors that are growing around the uterus and other reproductive organs. The good news is that they aren't of the cancerous nature, but there existence causes complications with the whole reproductive process. This can make it difficult to have a .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

What is Cervix Cancer and What You Can Do to Prevent It

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 James S. Pendergraft (November 21, 2008)  There are a lot of women who worry about cervix cancer. However, what is cervix cancer? This is a type of cancer that grows from tissue that is in the cervix. Most of the time, it is a slow growing cancer that can have symptoms, but sometimes it does not. However, it can be found in pap tests that you do. If you have had a pap test, they would tell you if you have cervix cancer. For .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

How to Find Out If You Have Ovarian Cancer

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 Roger M Davis (November 18, 2008)  There are over 30 types of ovarian cancer that doctors group into 3 major categories based on the kinds of cells the cancer is formed out of. These include epithelial tumors, germ cell tumors, and sex cord-stromal cell tumors. Many women are not diagnosed with ovarian cancer until it is in the late stages because detecting that something may be wrong on your own is difficult to do. .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Fibroids Removal Through Shrinking

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 Elle Nash (November 18, 2008)  I wanted to talk to you about fibroids removal through shrinking. This isn't exactly a serious problem. Fibroids are non-cancerous tumors that grow on and around the reproductive organs of a female. They're not a problem themselves, but they do cause a lot of different complications with the pregnancy process. Many women experience miscarriages and are just unable to have a baby. This .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

The Problems Caused by Fibroids

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 Elle Nash (November 17, 2008)  I wanted to talk to you about the problems caused by fibroids. There are a lot of women out there that have this problem. A fibroid is basically a non-cancerous tumor that grows around the reproductive organs. The tumors themselves aren't health risks, but there existence in such a vital area causes a lot of complications and other problems. The medical community doesn't really have a .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

What is Cervical Cancer

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 Molly Congdon (October 31, 2008)  Cervical cancer is a malignant cancer of the cervix uteri or cervical area. It has been found that the Human Papilomavirus (HPV) Infection is a the cause for approximately 70% all cervical cancer. Other co-factors are HIV infections, chlamyudia infection, dietary factors, hormonal contraceptions, multiple pregnancies, expose to the hormonal drug diethylstilbestrol and a family history .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Ovarian Cysts May Be Inherited

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 Alex Leguizamo (October 30, 2008)  Evidence exists that suggests that ovarian cysts may be inherited. Heredity may play a big role in why ovarian cysts are formed in certain women. If a woman has ovarian cysts, more than like her mother, sister and aunts may have or suffered from them too. Although ovarian cysts may be inherited, it is not guaranteed that all the women in a family line will get them. You can not change .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

What You Should Know About Cervical Cancer

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 Dick Aronson (October 29, 2008)  Cervical cancer is the second most common malignancy in women worldwide, and it remains a leading cause of cancer-related death for women in developing countries. Cervical cancers usually affects women of middle age or older, but it may be diagnosed in any reproductive-aged woman. Cervical tumors are classified as either preinvasive where the lower third of the epithelium contains .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Something Good From Something Bad - Surviving Small Cell Cervical Cancer

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 Colleen Marlett (October 17, 2008)  You've heard people say that you should try to find something good in a bad experience. Sometimes that task is very hard to undertake; Most of the time it seems downright impossible. Then, ever so often, a light shines and we are lead right straight into that “something good". Before you even realize what has happened, you are making the most of the cards you have been dealt. It .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Dealing With Fibroids Cancer

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 Elle Nash (October 02, 2008)  I wanted to take the time to talk to you about how you can deal with fibroids cancer. This is when you get tumors in the uterus and surrounding organs. The good news about this condition is that these tumors aren't really cancerous. They just appear that way. Even though the tumors themselves aren't a problem, they do cause considerable complications. Due to the fact that they are .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

A Surefire Method of Healing Ovarian Cysts For Good!

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 Lyn Taylor (September 22, 2008)  Healing ovarian cysts the natural way proved to be the only method that got rid of my cysts for good. Some people may have good results with the treatments offered by medical professionals but if you don't then the guide I used will probably be useful to you too. Firstly, I was prescribed estrogen but it had no effect on me. A close friend was also offered this treatment and it .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

What Cervical Cancer Entails

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 Peter Gitundu (September 18, 2008)  Cervical cancer, also known as invasive endometrial adenocarcinoma, is one of a woman's worst nightmares. It is a Cancer that forms in tissues of the cervix (organ connecting the uterus and vagina). It is usually a slow-growing disease that may not have symptoms but can be found with regular Pap tests (a procedure in which cells are scraped from the cervix and looked at under a .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Ovarian Cancer Symptoms - What You Need to Know

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 Lester Lee (September 16, 2008)  Reproduction is one of the most essential parts of life. However, there are many things that can alter this. One of those things that can alter this is ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer attacks the reproductive organs of a female, specifically the ovaries. It is the fifth leading cause of cancer deaths in women, so it is important for everyone to know more about ovarian cancer and the .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Critical Indicators Connected With Ovarian Cancer

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 Trevor R. Price (September 09, 2008)  Because ovarian cancer can have such a high mortality rate, it's important that women be vigilant to watch out for possible ovarian cancer warning signs.    A woman's chances of survival are strong if the ovarian cancer is caught early, but approximately 75% of women are diagnosed after it has already spread beyond the ovaries, and this is when survival rates drop to only around 20 or . (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Transmission of HPV Through Child Birth

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 Antoinette Boulay (September 08, 2008)  Most do not think of sexually transmitted diseases when they consider children. Unhappily, our kids do experience harmful effects from adults who catch sexually transmitted diseases. For example, a child, through accidental contact with diseased tissue, could be exposed to the HPV, as in childbirth. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is a cause of cancer of the cervix; it needs to be taken .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Ignorance of Cervical Cancer is No Excuse

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 Antoinette Boulay (September 08, 2008)  The HPV virus info is plain. An estimated 80% occurrence of anal cancer is associated with those who have HPV. Other links of HPV with cancer are those of tongue and tonsil cancer, and non-melanoma skin cancers in those persons who have compromised immune systems. 200,000 infants and children are diagnosed with papillomatosis which is a respiratory infection linked to HPV types 6 and .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Ovarian Cancer Symptoms You Need to Know!

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 Sandy Griffin (September 06, 2008)  It is essential for every woman, especially those who are 35 years of age and above to recognize the symptoms of ovarian cancer. Even those women who have just a simple cyst or a benign growth on an ovary should take the proper precautions as this cyst could tend to develop into cancer during the later years. More than 20,000 women are affected by ovarian cancer every year. The number .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Genetic Health Pertaining to Ovarian Cancer

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 Ian Pennington (September 05, 2008)  Out of the vast number and types of ailments and diseases assailing our society today, cancer seems to be the most formidable-perhaps because of the mystery that yet surrounds this dreadful disease. Of the many cancers, ovarian cancer ranks high in the top 5 as the cause of all cancer deaths in women in the US and produces the highest death rate of women's reproductive cancers. One of .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

What Are the Early Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer? Two Signs You Would Never Expect to Be Cancer

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 Sara Daniels (September 03, 2008)  I really hate talking about this subject but the more articles and documentation that is out there regarding this terrible disease, the better chance women will start to bother their doctors early enough. Please remember, the earlier the better, as it could be the difference between stage 1 and stage 3 or 4. So what are the early symptoms of ovarian cancer? Here are two you'd never .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

My Survival of Small Cell Cervical Cancer

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 Colleen Marlett (September 02, 2008)  Hi, my name is Colleen Marlett and as you know from my last article, I am a cancer survivor. I survived a rare and aggressive cancer called Small Cell Carcinoma of the Uterine Cervix, or SCCC. It is a rare form of cervical cancer and although Small Cell Cancer is not rare in the liver, lung or brain; it is extremely rare when it originates in the cervix. My purpose of this article is .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Learn About the Risk Factors of Uterine Cancer

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 Laura Guthrie (August 24, 2008)  In a previous article, we learned what uterine cancer is, but what is our risk for developing this disease? A woman's risk of developing uterine cancer is related to her lifetime exposure to the female hormone, estrogen. Anything that increases a woman's exposure to estrogen also increases her risk. Things that can contribute to an elevated estrogen level are: - A woman's period .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Learn About Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis

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 Laura Guthrie (August 24, 2008)  There is no standardized screening process for the detection of ovarian cancer. However, if your doctor suspects, after reviewing any symptoms you have, that you may have ovarian cancer, he will suggest that you take one or more of the following diagnostic procedures: A pelvic examination.in this procedure, your doctor examines your vagina, uterus, rectum and pelvis, including your .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Learn About Factors That Can Affect Cervical Cancer Prognosis

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 Laura Guthrie (August 24, 2008)  Once someone has been diagnosed with cervical cancer, they often wonder (along with treatment options, recovery time, and lifestyle changes) what their prognosis or their chance of recovery is and how long they will live. This is a fair question and cervical cancer prognosis depends on a number of different things such as: - The stage of the cancer (whether it affects part of the .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Learn About the Stages of Ovarian Cancer Part I

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 Laura Guthrie (August 24, 2008)  In previous articles, we touched on various aspects of ovarian cancer such as symptoms, treatments (both alternative and conventional), and risks. But what are the stages of ovarian cancer? The stages for ovarian cancer number 5, with stages I, II and III subdivided. Any discussion on stages must start with stage 0. Stage 0 quite simply is the earliest stage that the cancerous cells .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Learn About the Symptoms of Cervical Cancer

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 Laura Guthrie (August 24, 2008)  Cervical cancer attacks the cells in the cervix, gradually changing them. Since abnormal cervical cell changes rarely cause symptoms, it is important to have regular screening. If cervical cell changes progress to cervical cancer, symptoms may develop. Symptoms of cervical cancer may include: - Abnormal vaginal bleeding or a significant unexplained change in a woman's menstrual cycle. .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Nutrition and Cervical Cancer

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 Laura Guthrie (August 24, 2008)  It is important to eat well during cancer treatment. Eating well means getting enough calories to maintain a good weight and enough protein to keep up your strength. Good nutrition often helps people with cancer feel better and have more energy. But eating well can be difficult. You may not feel like eating if you are uncomfortable or tired. Also, the side effects of treatment (such as . (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Learn About Your Risk For Developing Ovarian Cancer

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 Laura Guthrie (August 24, 2008)  There are several things associated with ovarian cancer that may increase your risk of developing the disease. These include but are not limited to: - History of ovarian cancer in your immediate family. - Age (over 50 years). Most cases occur after menopause, which usually takes place around the age of 51. - Over 50% of all ovarian cancers occur in women older than age 65. - No .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Learn How to Reduce Your Risk of Cervical Cancer

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 Laura Guthrie (August 24, 2008)  In a previous article, we talked about the various risk factors of developing cervical cancer. But how would you go about actually reducing your risk. If you are a young woman in today's society, you might be concerned and wondering what you can do. Here are some suggestions. First off, one of the main things you can do is to get regular pap tests. All girls and women should have .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Stages of Uterine Cancer Part I

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 Laura Guthrie (August 24, 2008)  There are 4 main stages to uterine cancer, each of which is subdivided. In this article we will learn about the first two stages to this cancer. In stage I, based on how far the cancer has spread into the wall of the uterus, the uterine cancer is limited to just the uterus and has not spread to other organs or outside the uterus walls. This main stage is divided into IA, IB, and IC. .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)

Stages of Uterine Cancer Part II

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 Laura Guthrie (August 24, 2008)  In this article we will continue our look at the stages of uterine cancer. In stage III, the cancer reached an advanced phase but it is still located only in the pelvis. This stage has three subsections (A, B, C) which are based on where the cancer has spread to within the pelvis. In IIIA, the cancer spreads toward the ovaries or cancer cells spread into the abdomen. In the next .. (Ovarian Cervical Uterine Cancer)




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