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  • Hunt Thomassen posted an update 4 months, 1 week ago

    Modern women are very focused on their family and work but neglect to consider their health. This can lead to them putting off seeking out a gynecologist for a long time. Such recklessness often becomes the cause of common gynecological diseases, which at first glance may seem harmless, but in fact are dangerous complications and provoke other pathologies of the female reproductive system.

    The consequences of neglect of one’s health can be infertility and the development of oncological diseases that pose a direct threat to life. The three most popular problems with which patients come to see a gynecologist include the following diseases:

    Cervical erosion

    ovarian cyst;

    endometriosis.

    The danger of these pathologies lies in the fact that at the beginning of development they are asymptomatic, declaring themselves with pain and other clinical signs only in serious stages. It is this feature that sometimes plays a fatal role in the life of a woman who turns to a doctor when the treatment becomes ineffective. These diseases are they?

    Cervical erosion

    Cervical erosion is one of the most common gynecological conditions. More than 40% of women face it, and half of them are under the age of 30. But often the patient learns about the presence of a problem purely by chance.

    Every woman should have a 2 year preventive exam by a gynecologist. Some representatives of the “fairer sex” ignore this advice and only visit the doctor when there is already pain, discharge or other symptoms.

    Erosion of the cervix, even in advanced stages, does not make itself felt. The mucous layer in the uterus is damaged and the woman doesn’t feel any pain. If the patient is suffering from human papillomavirus, the problem becomes even more complicated. Against this background, erosion can quickly turn into an oncological stage – cancer. This is what you should be thinking about when rescheduling an examination by a gynecologist at a more convenient time. All other things, except health, can be put off until later.

    Ovarian cyst

    A cyst is a fluid-filled, non-cancerous growth. However, an ovarian cyst may well transform into a malignant tumor if the problem is not diagnosed and treated in time.

    Cystic neoplasms can be caused by complicated labor, abortions, hormonal disorders, hormonal disorders, and oophoritis (inflammation of the ovaries). Treatment of a cyst is based on taking medications, under the influence of which it can disappear in 2 months. Such a prognosis is possible for a disease in the initial stage of development.

    An untreated ovarian cyst can cause severe damage to the organ and may need to be removed immediately. Notably, symptoms can be absent in an ovarian cyst at its initial stage. This is similar to erosion of the cervical spine. This pathology can be accompanied by pain in the lower abdomen and vaginal discharges of a different nature or color.

    Endometriosis

    In the list of diseases of the gynecological sphere, the most difficult doctors consider endometriosis. It is difficult, because the reasons for it are not yet fully known, and there is still no single correct treatment regimen. Endometriosis refers to the expansion of the inner layer in the uterus that grows into adjacent organs or tissues.

    Endometriosis symptoms are similar to other gynecological disorders, such as polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. A clinic can diagnose accurately. After noticing the symptoms, it is important for a woman to make an appointment with a doctor immediately.

    frequent or persistent pelvic pain;

    menstrual irregularities;

    It can be painful.

    Prolonged and extensive bleeding.

    Unfortunately, it is impossible to completely cure endometriosis, but adequate hormonal therapy, prescribed in a timely manner, will stop the process and reduce the localization of growth. In difficult situations, surgical intervention is required, which will save a woman’s life and even allow her to become a mother.

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