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Combat thyroid cancer in an effective way

17 Aug 20170
Situated at the front of the neck, the thyroid gland plays an important role in producing the thyroid hormone, the chemical that regulates the metabolism of the body. An excess of thyroid production can lead to Hypothyroidism. Being the most prevalent kind of cancer bringing about 56,000 new cases according to The National Cancer Institute, in the US itself thyroid cancer is the most common kind of cancer. Thyroid cancer is to be seen in three times of more women than men, especially Asian women. One of the first thyroid cancer symptoms is just the emergence of a thyroid nodule. These nodules are found in older people more than the younger lot, as these nodules are more likely to develop with age. Shaped like a butterfly around your neck, an exposure to radiation can be an important cause for the birth of thyroid cancer. Nuclear reactor incidents like Chernobyl in 1986 brought about increased instances of thyroid cancer among women and children. Also an iodine deficient diet can be one of the primary causes for Thyroid Cancer. A forming lump in the neck area is an indication of this, noticing which; you should visit an oncologist for a clear and proper diagnosis. Oth...

Changes you experience with the advent of uterine cancer

10 Aug 20170
Uterine is referred to as the womb from where a baby enters the world and Uterine Cancer is that which originates mainly from the tissues of the uterus. This kind of Cancer is also the most common type of Cancer found in women of developing countries. As a matter of fact, Uterine Cancer can also be referred to as cervical Cancer arising from the lower part of the uterus. Shaped similar to a pear, the top part of the uterus is called the Fundus, the middle section Corpus and the bottom is known as the Cervix. One of the primary functions of the uterus is to assist fetal development during pregnancy. Uterine Cancer can be defined as an abnormal malignant growth of Cancer cells in the lower tissue of the uterus. The most common occurrence of Uterine Cancer is found amongst women who are experiencing their menopausal period. There are two kinds of Uterine Cancer namely: 1. Endometrial Cancer – is the kind of Cancer that begins and develops in the cell lining of the uterus. 2. Uterine Sarcoma- an unlikely kind of Uterine Cancer, that usually begins in the muscle or the other tissues of the uterus. This kind of Cancer makes for...

DECODING THE DIFFERENT STAGES OF LUNG CANCER

02 Aug 20170
Being the second most common kind of cancer found in both men and women, Lung Cancer has become a serious concern. Most commonly caused by long term tobacco smoking, Lung cancer is also known as lung carcinoma which continues to debilitate the lives of many with an uncontrolled growth of cancer cells around the lung. The most common symptoms of lung cancer are sudden loss of weight, shortness of breath, chest pain and frequent coughing. With more than 400,000 people who have been diagnosed with this type of cancer at some stage of their lives, it accounts for 27 percent of all cancer deaths. Harmful but curable at the same time, lung cancer can be mitigated if diagnosed at the earlier stages itself. Smoking profusely is one of the primary causes for the emergence of Lung Cancer. To treat lung cancer symptoms at an early stage, it is important to have knowledge about various stages of Lung cancer as it informs you about • The position of tumor or cancer cells in your lungs • The exact size of the tumor and the extent to which it has spread • Whether your cancer is in the sam...

Should A Women Worry About Menopause Age?

27 Jul 20170
All women will eventually experience menopause in her life when her period stops. Menopause is broadly defined as the point when women have their last period. Menopause indicates the end of women's reproductive cycle (menstruation and fertility) at her late age. The chances of menopause occur when a woman's ovaries stop producing estrogen (hormone, which controls the reproductive cycle). Early menopause is commonly known as premature menopause usually beginning before the age of forty. According to the NIA (National Institute on Aging), women enter menopausal age at 50 years, but in most women, menopause starts between the age of 40 and 58. It is predictable that 4 out of every 100 women will experience menopause at their 20's and 30's. While its causes are not entirely known, several signs and symptoms can indicate an early menopause. Can a Women Get Ovarian Cancer after Menopause? Some recent studies suggest that women using estrogens after menopause have an increased risk of developing ovarian cancer. Also, if women are taking estrogen without progeste...

Can Women have Prostate Cancer Too?

24 Jul 20170
Most people don’t know about the functions of Prostate. It helps in making & storing seminal fluid. After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men but can often be treated successfully. Women don’t have a prostate gland. Skene’s glands or Skene’s ducts which are small glands on the front side of the vagina & corresponding ducts may be referred to as Female prostate that may function similarly to a man’s prostate. Does that mean women can’t have Prostate Cancer? That answer is ‘No,' though the prostate cancer is rare in the females. What symptoms reflect that there is a problem in the female prostate? Since prostate cancer is rare in women, that is why identifying the signs of prostate cancer might be difficult. But if you notice blood coming out of your urethra, it is important for you to visit a doctor because that may be a symptom. Other symptoms may include painful or frequent urination, blood in urine, painful ejaculation, abnormal menstrual cycle, or sudden changes in your menstrual cycle, the feeling of pressure behind the pubic...

Eat Papaya Fruit to Detoxify Liver & Fight Cancer

20 Jul 20170
For filtration, a human body primarily relies on the liver. It performs various functions like the removal of toxins & other wastes from the bloodstream & prepares them for excretion. The causes of liver cancer are usually high alcohol consumption, a congenital disorder or long-lasting infection like hepatitis B or C. Signs of liver cancer are uncommon in the early stages, but later, symptoms like weight loss, stomach pain, vomiting and yellowed skin may be observed. A liver cancer diagnosis may include blood tests, imaging, and bone scans, etc. Let’s now discuss how we can keep our liver healthy and fight cancer. Most of us always discard the seeds of the papaya. But did you know papaya seeds are surprisingly good for the liver? Papaya is an anti-inflammatory fruit and can help in reducing heart disease, improving digestive health, lowering blood sugar level & healing wounds. The papaya fruit also contains Vitamins A, B, C, and E as well as iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, choline and cancer-fighting lycopene. Papaya...

Things You Should Not Say to a Woman Diagnosed with Breast Cancer

18 Jul 20170
Breast cancer is one of the most disturbing experience someone can go through, and yet many patients find many friends and loved ones disappearing from their lives, just when they are most needed. But for many others, this can be an opportunity to care and connect. However, you should be really careful about what you say to someone going through breast cancer treatment. You must think before you speak and keep the questions or comments focused on helping them and not about you or your life experiences. Should not say: "How are you doing?" While this can be a sincere question, it's often replied to with the fake, "I'm fine," while on the inside the patient might be thinking the opposite. Better to say: "Want to grab a coffee and chat?" Should not say: "You don't look sick." Patients going through breast cancer treatment knows that she looks sick most of the tim...

Hypothyroidism-Why Every Woman Should Know About It

10 Jul 20171
The thyroid hormones help to control body temperature, heart rate, growth, weight and many other processes in the body. The thyroid diseases such as hyperthyroidism & hypothyroidism are relatively common in pregnancy and should be necessarily treated. Hypothyroidism is a condition which develops when the thyroid gland makes little or no thyroid hormone. Hypothyroidism can increase the risk of these pregnancy complications: • Miscarriage • Stillbirth • Infertility • Maternal anemia • Deficits in intellectual development in infants and much more If any women have pre-existing hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism during pregnancy, then she may require extra medical care to control these conditions, especially in the first trimester. Sometimes, pregnancy may cause weight loss and persistent vomiting in the first quarter that can be the symptoms of thyroid cancer. Some relevant facts a...

Noticing Several Lung Cancer Symptoms Spared His Life

03 Jul 20171
Mr. Angad Agarwal who is a lung cancer patient never suspected that a cough would be a sign of lung cancer. Four years ago, he developed a cough that won’t go away quickly. He also noticed that he had trouble while climbing short inclines, leaving him breathless. When his cough grew worse, and he became ill with an infection, he thought it was only the flu. He went to his local doctor for the preliminary screening, and the doctor diagnosed him with a respiratory infection. When Angad observed that even after days of treatments, the symptoms were still there, he realized that something was wrong and went to another doctor. “The doctor listened to my lungs, and he didn’t liked what he heard. He immediately sent me for an MRI of my chest,” Angad said. After MRI, Angad had a PET scan (it helps physicians to detect cancer, and evaluate the level of disease, select the most appropriate treatments, determine if the therapy is working, and detect any recurrent tumors). The doctor observed that this was more than a respiratory infection after the PET scan and that he had lung cancer. Lung Cancer Treatment...

Find the Right Treatment for Tongue Cancer

27 Jun 20171
All of us have heard about cancer that affects different parts of the body such as the lungs, breasts and so on. On the other hand, cancer can take place in the mouth as well, where the disease can affect the lips, tongue, cheeks & throat. The tongue cancer is a type of oral cancer,where a part of the front or sides of the tongue observes the abnormal growth of cancerous cells. This cancer usually originates in thin, flat cells known as squamous cells that fully cover the tongue's surface. Squamous cell carcinoma is identified to be the most common type of cancer cells that grow on the tongue. Oral cancer is the third most common form of cancer in India, which spread due to the regular habit of chewing tobacco. Though, one in four people diagnosed with oral cancer that has no risk factors that’s why it is significant to visit your dentist regularly for screenings. But, if cancer is caught early, then it is the most preventable, curable and treatable disease. Anyone can be affected by tongue cancer, whether you have your teeth or not. If you have a lump/sore on the side of your tongue or mouth that may be pinkish-r...
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