Ovarian Cancer

General Knowledge About Ovarian Cysts

By: Larres Von Peligrino | Jul 20, 2010 Complex ovarian cysts is regarded as one of healthy problems of all females at everey age. This problem usually occurs during child bearing period. Unlike other types of cysts, it can be a fatal disease if the sufferer is not treated. A complex ovarian cyst contains  50 % solid and liquid components that stay intact by a very thin wall. More severe the condition of this cysts is, more painful you feel. This disease is usually found out during a routine checkup or in case of the presence of an extreme pain/ discomfort  with a series of other signs.

How Could Ovarian Cyst Removal Do?

By: Ovette Kline | May 21, 2010 For those women who are unlucky enough to suffer from an ovarian cyst that does not dissolve on its own, surgery for removing ovarian cyst is a choice. There are a few considerations when getting ready for surgery that women should know. Most women feel more pleasant knowing exactly what to expect related to the possible complications, the actual procedure, the recovery time and the level of

Depression and Pain in Endometriosis

By: Emma Kinsley | Apr 2, 2010 First you are diagnosed with Endometriosis and now depression. There are links between Depression and Pain in Endometriosis and we share some top tips to help you manage Endometriosis, Depression and Pain so that you can get on with living.

What is a CA 125 Blood Test and Should I Get One?

By: Joyce Gray | Apr 2, 2010 The CA 125 Blood Test is the best way right now to check for ovarian caner. CA 125, or cancer antigen 125 is the best indicator that doctors have discovered in the female body to signify the existence of ovarian cancer. This test certainly isn't for everyone and it is riddled with its own set of flaws, but it's the only thing that we have right now to go by. In the future we hope to find better indicators with less possible flaws, but for now CA 125 is the best test available.

Cancer of the Cervix - Precancerous Stage

By: Michael Muthuri | Mar 31, 2010 Cancer develops when cells in an area of the body grows abnormally. The body cells growth is normally controlled and limited to particular area. Cancer cell growth, if not controlled, spreads to other areas of body and causes damage.

Are You Prone to Ruptured Ovarian Cysts?

By: Alok Kumar | Mar 30, 2010 One of the health problems that women experience is the formation of ruptured ovarian cysts. This condition should be given attention as soon as possible because this might also lead to some serious conditions. Sometimes, the cyst will just resolve by itself but if there are instances where it can't, then a surgical process is being followed in order to get rid of the cyst. A ruptured ovarian cyst is not detected in its early stages but once it ruptures this can be extremely painful to the patient.

Learn More About Cervical Cancer

By: Joshua Panebianco | Mar 29, 2010 Cancer of the cervix or cervical cancer is described as the cancer of the entrance to the uterus or womb. Anatomically speaking, the cervix is part of the lower uterus which is often regarded as the "neck of the uterus".

Learn About the Ovarian Cyst Symptoms and Natural Remedies

By: Lucas Mattioneli | Mar 29, 2010 Generally, women are the victims of ovarian cyst. It is a fluid-like sac that develops in the ovary during the process of ovulation. In some cases it doesn't exhibit any symptom so you will be surprise to know that you have cyst in the ovary. Ovarian cyst can cause you pain and uneasiness whenever it attacks. Majority of the cyst are harmless but there are serious cases of ovarian cyst which needed extra care and medical assistance.

Early Detection Can Avert Ovarian Cyst Pregnancy

By: Lucas Mattioneli | Mar 29, 2010 Being an expectant mother is one of the joyous moments in a woman's life. Being able to bring forth life is such a blessing and a wonderful opportunity as not all women are lucky enough to have a child. There are couples who are not fortunate to have a child maybe because of some reproductive issues. You may be capable of having a baby, but there is still something that you have to worry about - ovarian cyst pregnancy.

The Shock of Finding Ovarian Cyst While You Are Pregnant

By: Lucas Mattioneli | Mar 29, 2010 You are on your way of having a baby. Your heart leaped with joy the moment you found out this good news. Imagine in just a few months you will be having a baby of your own, a baby that will certainly bring happiness to your family. But the joy that you felt was suddenly vanished the when you heard from your doctor that you have an ovarian cyst while you are having your pregnancy. Sadness was totally an understatement. You were shocked and during that moment an unexplainable fear filled your heart. You are not only thinking of yourself because there is this much important person that you worry about - your baby. You were lost and you just don't know the exact things to do.
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