Hey all the beautiful women
Do you know that 3,71,302 are at risk of dying from cancer before age 75? Before we talk about women's health and self-assessment, let's discuss some facts …
- Every 8 minutes a woman dies of cervical cancer.
- One of two women diagnosed with breast cancer dies.
- There is a risk that 9.42% of women will develop cancer before the age of 75.
Let's talk about it with these facts Women's Health and Self-Assessment – Cancer Awareness. Do you know that it is very important to notice every single change in your body? Making a small change can help identify something important that could happen in the future. Before we can identify the symptoms of any illness we're suffering from, we can identify them earlier by doing a self-test and preventing them.
Our body tries to tell us when something is wrong. So take some time and listen to your body. Take note when showering and consult a doctor, even if you are
- notice a mole on your chest,
- a new line on a fingernail,
- any bump on your eyelid
as these could be critical in detecting even life threatening diseases.
Women's health and self-assessment
1. Pay attention to your eyelid
Be careful if you get lumps that may be white or waxy on your eyelids that eye makeup can't remove, or if you can't get drops from the eye. This could be a reason for high cholesterol. High cholesterol can lead to lumps on the eyelid. Ask your doctor and have your cholesterol checked.
Cholesterol blocks the arteries and increases the chance of a heart attack. It could be lowered through regular exercise, healthy eating, and therefore weight loss.
2. Notice your nails
Not only are birthmarks a part of detecting skin cancer, your nails can tell the truth, too. Yellowish, brown, or black streaks in your nails can indicate skin cancer. It could be melanoma, which is skin cancer. Don't forget that early detection of cancer can help treat it and save your life.
As soon as you notice these changes in your nails, consult a doctor, possibly a derma. This can occur due to fair skin or prolonged exposure to the sun. Mainly, sunburn can be a cause of this disease. So never forget to wear good sunscreen before leaving the house.
3. Pay attention to your skin
If you see oily skin and the appearance of pimples or thick hair on your face, chest, stomach, back, thumb, or toes. If you notice irregular periods, the reason could be the overproduction of male sex hormones. That said, it could be polycystic ovary syndrome. Do not be afraid and do not be ashamed. Ask your doctor and have your pelvic exam, blood test, or vaginal ultrasound diagnosed. While there is currently no fixed and quick cure for PCOS, lifestyle changes can help a lot!
4. Notice your armpits
Notice if there is a patch of rough or dry skin on your armpits that may be due to diabetes. Excess insulin can cause skin cells to multiply abnormally quickly, causing tissue and melanin to build up under the armpits.
If you are also overweight and the likelihood of diabetes may be high, take the test right away and consult a doctor.
5. Notice your flow
If you've been seeing spots all month, it may be due to irregular vaginal bleeding, which is putting you under stress. Symptoms can be uterine fibroids or even cervical cancer. A woman may bleed between periods, after sex, or even after menopause. First, contact your gynecologist to get a cervical cancer test. Don't be afraid, you may be given oral contraceptives to help regulate your menstrual cycle.
6. Pay attention to your body
When you feel lumps in your skin anywhere in the body that may be due to cysts. You may have developed cysts in your body that need surgery to be removed. It is recognized sooner, easier to get rid of. Ask your doctor if you notice a permanent lump in your skin.
So don't ignore any changes or new discoveries in your body thinking that it doesn't matter. It could be very important to prevent life threatening diseases as well. Be aware and stay healthy. I hope this information helps you girls 🙂
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