Gynecologic cancers involve all of the female reproductive system, including the cervix, ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vulva, and vagina. All women are at risk for these cancers.
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h year in the United States, approximately 89,000 women are diagnosed with gynecological cancers, and over 29,000 die from them. Each gynecological cancer has different signs and symptoms, as well as different risk factors. Risk increases with age.
Infection of the cervix with human papillomavirus (HPV) is almost always the cause of cervical cancer. Women who do not regularly have tests to detect HPV or abnormal cells in the cervix are at increased risk of cervical cancer.
There are three types of ovarian cancer in adults, including: ovarian epithelial cancer, which begins in the tissue covering the ovary, lining of the fallopian tube, or the peritoneum; ovarian germ cell tumors, which start in the egg or germ cells; and...
Many women are reluctant to bring up intimate concerns with their doctors. These concerns are very common. Symptoms may be decreased sexual pleasure due to poor lubrication, pain with intercourse, vaginal canal might feel too loose (less sensation) or too tight (discomfort), and difficulty or inability achieving an orgasm. Low sex drive or libido may also occur affecting self-esteem resulting in significant stress between partners.
The O-Shot®️, using your own Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), may be an option for you.
Dr. Stefanie Schultis is a certified provider of the O-Shot®️ in the Greater New Orleans area.
Many common benefits include:
* More bladder control
* Less pain or discomfort during intercourse
* Increased natural lubrication
* Increased desire
* Stronger and more frequent orgasms
* A tighter vaginal opening
The O-Shot is an in office, non-hormonal and drug free treatment. Learn more https://www.stefanieaschultismd.com/about-prp
An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled growth on the inside or outer surface of one of a woman’s ovaries. Many women develop ovarian cysts. The majority of these growths are harmless, cause only very minor discomfort or no ovarian cyst symptoms at all, and disappear without treatment in just a few months. However, some cysts can cause severe symptoms and require urgent treatment.
Common Symptoms of Ovarian Cysts
Most ovarian cysts do not cause any symptoms, and often these cysts disappear without treatment. However, larger ovarian cysts can cause symptoms including:
Pelvic Pain: Sharp or dull ache in the lower abdominal area on the side of the body where the cyst is located.
Abdominal Discomfort: Sensation of heaviness or fullness in the abdomen.
Bloating: A bloated sensation.
Severe Symptoms Need Urgent Medical Attention
Sudden severe pelvic or abdominal pain.
Pain and vomiting or fever.
Signs of shock, such as cold, damp skin, rapid breathing, weakness, light-headedness.