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Where does ovarian cancer come from? Unprotected sex? What is ovarian Cysts? Is there a cure?wht r sum symtoms?

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Where does ovarian cancer come from? Unprotected sex? What is ovarian Cysts? Is there a cure?wht r sum symtoms?

Postby rane » Thu Apr 04, 2013 4:24 pm

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Where does ovarian cancer come from? Unprotected sex? What is ovarian Cysts? Is there a cure?wht r sum symtoms?

Postby chayne » Thu Apr 04, 2013 4:35 pm

Ovarian Cancer there are two main causes for Ovarian Cancer: hormones and genetics. (unprotected sex is not related) Women who have had children are less likely to develop ovarian cancer than women who have not, and breastfeeding may also reduce the risk of certain types of ovarian cancer.

An Ovarian Cyst happens naturally it is an enlarged follicle - basically a little sac of liquid or sometimes other tissues. They are very common in women of reproductive age, sometimes they can even develop during a pregnancy. They most commonly melt away with your hormones, if they don't the doctor might prescribe some hormones-stimulating medication and if those don't work they can be removed with surgery. An ultrasound is the usual method to diagnose with ovarian cyst and to determine the kind of cyst and the best treatment.

Some or all of the following symptoms[may be present, though it is possible not to experience any symptoms:
Dull aching, or severe, sudden, and sharp pain or discomfort in the lower abdomen (one or both sides), pelvis, vagina, lower back, or thighs; pain may be constant or intermittent—this is the most common symptom
Fullness, heaviness, pressure, swelling, or bloating in the abdomen
Breast tenderness
Pain during or shortly after beginning or end of menstrual period.
Irregular periods, or abnormal uterine bleeding or spotting
Change in frequency or ease of urination (such as inability to fully empty the bladder), or difficulty with bowel movements due to pressure on adjacent pelvic anatomy
Weight gain
Nausea or vomiting
Increased level of hair growth
Increased facial hair or body hair
Strange pains in ribs, which feel muscular
Strange nodules that feel like bruises under the layer of skin
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Where does ovarian cancer come from? Unprotected sex? What is ovarian Cysts? Is there a cure?wht r sum symtoms?

Postby pyrs63 » Thu Apr 04, 2013 4:37 pm

Ovarian cancer is a disease that affects ovarian tissue in the female reproductive system. The ovaries are responsible for producing eggs (ova) and are also a production site for the hormones estrogen and progesterone.
Causes and Risk Factors of Ovarian Cancer

Unfortunately, we cannot pinpoint exactly what causes ovarian cancer, but researchers have identified several known risk factors for it. We know that ovarian cancer most often is diagnosed in women who:
are post-menopausal.
are Caucasian.
have a family history of colon cancer, breast, or ovarian cancer.
were previously diagnosed with breast cancer.
suffer from obesity.
used Clomid (a fertility drug) for longer than one year
use(d) estrogen replacement therapy
who have not given birth.
have a a known inherited mutation of BRCA 1 or 2 gene conformed through genetic testing
Ovarian Cancer Symptoms

Ovarian cancer is often referred as the "silent killer" because there are no early warning signs, or symptoms aren't noticeable until the advanced stages, when it is less treatable. Early ovarian cancer symptoms are often vague and are commonly chalked up to be related to other, less serious conditions. Early ovarian cancer symptoms may include:
changes in bowel habits like constipation or diarrhea
pelvic pain or pressure
frequent urge to urinate

Symptoms of ovarian cancer that usually do not appear until the disease has progressed include:
abdominal bloating
pain during sexual intercourse
persistent fatigue
abdominal weight gain
sudden unexplained weight gain or weight loss
Persistent symptoms that continue for several weeks need to be reported to your doctor. You should not wait to see if symptoms get better or go away on their own. Seeing your doctor early may lead to an earlier diagnosis.


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Where does ovarian cancer come from? Unprotected sex? What is ovarian Cysts? Is there a cure?wht r sum symtoms?

Postby amynedd » Thu Apr 04, 2013 4:50 pm

No, babies come from unprotected sex..

Let me help you: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ovarian_cyst Site your sources or it's just plagarism....
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