Prevention of uterine cancer

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Prevention of uterine cancerWhy does uterine cancer appear? How could it be prevented? Preventive measures will be discussed later in this article. Uterine cancer heads the list among oncological diseases of female reproductive organs. Women aged 60-62 years are at risk but every year the cancer becomes younger - occasionally there are cases of uterine cancer in women of thirty.

Uterine cancer is a malignant tumor of the female reproductive system. There are several types of uterine cancer: carcinoma of uterus and carcinoma of uterine cervix, which is located between the vagina and the uterine body. Carcinoma of uterine cervix develops more often than carcinoma of uterus.

The most common risk factors of appearance of uterine cancer include:

- Diabetes;

- Obesity;

- Hypertension;

- Absence of pregnancy;

- Diseases of the ovaries;

- Endometrial polyp;

- Heredity;

- Hormonal problems in the body and much more.

It is necessary to visit a gynecologist and oncologist urgently if any of the following symptoms appear:

- Menstrual disorders;

- Vaginal bleeding, which appears out of menstrual cycle;

- Pain in the pelvic area;

- Disagreeable odour.

Prevention of uterine cancer is a very important step in order to avoid this terrible disease. Keep in mind that a healthy lifestyle is one of the main preventive measures, not only in the prevention of cervical cancer, but also in the prevention of other diseases. A healthy lifestyle includes physical exercises, proper diet, regular carrying out of examinations of the organism, minimizing and the practice of an adequate response to stressful situations.

Statistics show, that almost a third of all malignant tumors are cases in which the cause of appearance of malignant neoplasms was poor diet (excessive eating of fatty types of meat and milk, consumption of large amounts of fat.) Therefore, the main prevention of uterine cancer involve normalizing of the nutrition. Include vegetables (carrots, squash, tomatoes, asparagus), fruit (apricots, peaches), herbs (parsley, spinach, dill, green onions) in your daily diet. Nutrition must be full-fledged and must include the full range of vitamins and minerals.

Prophylactic complex Indole-3 could be included in the daily diet as well but this should be done after the physician’s consultation.

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