If these cancer cells are not destroyed or removed, they can affect other organs in the body. To combat this condition, it is important for young women to undergo Pap smear tests and vaccination with the HPV vaccine to prevent cervical cancer.
First Published Mar 8, 2023, 11:30 AM IST
Recently, sexual health problems have been increasing among women. Especially the problems related to reproduction are increasing. However, experts warn that there could be many reasons for them. Let’s take a look at the health problems faced by women in particular…
Recently, many women are suffering from cervical cancer. “In this condition the lower part of the uterus forms a malignant tumor in the uterus connecting to the vagina. A woman is diagnosed with cervical cancer when she is exposed to the human papillomavirus (HPV), which weakens the body’s immune system. If these cancer cells are not destroyed or removed, they can affect other organs in the body. To combat this condition, it is important for young women to undergo Pap smear tests and vaccination with the HPV vaccine to prevent cervical cancer.
Polycystic ovary syndrome
It is a condition caused by hormonal imbalance that leads to the formation of small sacs in the ovaries. These small fluid cysts contain immature eggs called follicles that fail to release eggs regularly. Symptoms may include excessive hair growth due to high androgen levels, obesity, and irregular periods. This syndrome affects women in their reproductive age. It is more common in young women.
Lupus, medically known as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), is an autoimmune disease where the immune system attacks its own healthy tissue instead of fighting potential threats such as toxins from viruses, bacteria, and fungi that interfere with the body. When suffering from lupus, the immune system cannot differentiate between unwanted substances, antigens, and healthy tissue.
A condition where tissues that normally line the uterus, specifically the endometrium, grow outside the uterus. Cysts called endometriomas can form when endometriosis tissue gets stuck in the ovaries and cannot leave the body. This phenomenon causes dysmenorrhea or severe period cramps as well as heavy periods, infertility.
Last Updated Mar 8, 2023, 11:30 AM IST