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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Women Health: Vulva cancer- The Prevention - How to avoid

Kyle J. Norton(Scholar, Master of Nutrients), all right reserved.
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              Vulva cancer

Vulva is the external genital organs of the female, including the labia majora, mons pubis, labia minora, clitoris, and vestibule of the vagina.

Vulva cancer is a cancer arises from the abnormal cells growth of the epidermis of the vulvar tissue. The invasive cancer tends to affects women in later life and accounts for approximate 4 % of all female reproductive organs cancers.

 The Prevention - How to avoid



1. Quit smoking and limited intake of alcohol
In a study of Smoking, alcohol among risk factors for vulvar/vaginal carcinoma by reuter, researchers found that on multivariate logistic regression analysis, statistically significant risk factors for VV-SCCvulva included history of anogenital warts (p<0.001), marital status (p=0.03), smoker status (p<0.001), cumulative alcohol consumption (p=0.01), and years at school (p=0.02). Significant risk factors for VV-SCCvagina were genital washing habits before and after intercourse (p=0.02), history of preinvasive or invasive cervical cancer (p<0.001), smoker status (p=0.02), and cumulative alcohol consumption (p=0.003).


2. Safe sex practice
To reduce the risk of development of sexually transmitted diseases such as HPV infection.

3. Detecting pre-cancerous conditions
Pre-cancerous vulvar conditions can be prevented, if the vulva is examined at the same time when a woman has a pap test and pelvic examination.

4. Etc.          

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