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Ovarian Cancer... did you know?

Time over time we tend to ask a lot of questions to our HEALTH and when we do, we forget to ask the smallest and tiniest detail. and this brings to mind the issue of OVARIAN CANCER as we also discussed about another type of CANCER. please do try also to read about the BREAST/BLOSSOM CANCER.

Same as every other disease and ailment, did you know that.!!!
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Ovarian Cancer

The Risk elements of OVARIAN CANCER are expanded by some of the few mentioned below:

Age, Family history and Obesity to mention but a few?. I bet you never knew of this. Right? now lets get a little read in on it and see the dangers these 3 above pose to human health.

AGE:- 

Danger of ovarian growth increments with age of the lady

FAMILY HISTORY:- 

1 in every 20 ovarian cancer patients are the consequence of heredity, as a few disease we know of today are moved or carried on from generation to generation due to one faulty gene or the other passed on from the parent to offspring and here is one that falls into that lot.

OBESITY:-

It is clearly stated and documented that women with higher body mass in pre-menopause has a higher risk of being diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

SO ALSO, Don't forget that as concurred by specialists, the unmistakable side effects of ovarian growth include: - determined pelvic and stomach torment - expanded stomach size or diligent bloating - trouble eating and feeling full rapidly.

recommended: please read about BREAST CANCER HERE
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59 comments:

  1. Any kind of cancer scares me, it's not a disease that you can easily fight of, you're going to have to fight hard for your life once you have it. Thanks for the info on this one, I didn't know that ovarian cancer can originate from your genes.

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  2. This is really scary and the awareness is very important.byou need to be cautious about cancer. Thanks for the information

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  3. Blossom cancer .. Hm, I haven´t ever heard that name before. Good to know these new infos (ง︡'-'︠)ง

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    1. Blossom here is same as the br3asts. Am glad you learnt something here.

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  4. Thanks so much for highlighting the risks. It's so important that people are aware.

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  5. Quite informative for all women I must say! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  6. Very informative, but man this scares me - hope I don't get this...

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    1. Not to worry, you just be steady on medical checkups to be on the lookout.

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  7. Hello! Thanks for sharing this information about Ovarian Cancer. Yes every women one can have a ovarian cancer, and sometimes we can't determine its major cause. That why it is advisable to keep track of our health, and have a health consultation check to know if we have or not.

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  8. Thanks for sharing this article with us. I believe nature have it all, healthy eating and good knowledge about health could help us handled our health better.

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  9. Thanks for sharing this article with us. I believe nature have it all, healthy eating and good knowledge about health could help us handled our health better.

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  10. I've actually never heard being referred to as blossom cancer . Either way, we all need to look after ourselves, eat right and take time out of work to focus on ourselves. Thanks for the info 😊 Ree Love30

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    1. Blossom we all know as the breasts, maybe the use of word makes it difficult for a few to get the clear picture. Its still breast cancer.

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  11. omg! there are so many ways you can be affected by Cancer. Thanks for the info. It's really useful!

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  12. I never knew it was called blossom cancer. I think you did a great job highlighting ovarian cancer. although it is common among women it is not much freely spoken of in todays world.

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    1. no, seems you got it all wrong, there is also the blossom/breat cancer, but here the discussion is based on the ovarian cancer. hope you get it clear now.

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    1. you welcome, very deadly it is, but little importance is given to it by the ladies..

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  14. While this can give an idea on the symptoms and the chances of somebody having ovarian cancer, the best is to check in with the gynecologist regularly!

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    1. As we all get busy, hopefully we read this and also check our gyna.

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  15. Any type of cancer scares me. Sometimes you do everything but since it's in your genes...ah well. Early detection is key!

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    1. True, we do alot and sometimes we are still not safe enough. Detection and checkup is key.

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  16. I knew already a couple of things about it. Though I had no idea weight had something to do with it. So I learned something today!

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    1. Thats the spirit, learning new things about health.

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  17. I live in hope that attending regular check-ups would find ny cancer early and improve my prognosis.

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    1. so true Jon, regular checkups then. thats the key this time around.

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  18. Thanks for sharing so much info about ovarian cancer and creating awareness! One of my colleague passed away last month while fighting with this disease!

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    1. Aw!!! so sorry about your loss Ana, i feel your pain as i know how it feels when we loose a friend/colleague.

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  19. Thank you for the informative awareness blog post

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  20. Wow, thanks for sharing this with us and linking to where we could read more. Helpful information. I for one am not obese and as far as I know, no one in my family has had it. However it's still good to be aware!

    Nina
    aworldofdresses.com

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  21. Thank you for raising the awareness of this particular matter. It's crucial to look after our health, and I love how you highlight the risk elements of ovarian cancer.

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    1. Rose am only doing what i feel is right for the women out there, thanks for the compliments.

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  22. My relative had this cancer. So terrible, she's okay now, she caught it early!

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    1. Sorry about that, am glad to hear/read she's ok.

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  23. Thank you for sharing this! It's such a horrible disease - like all cancers. Check ups are the keyword.

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  24. Thank you for speaking up about something so many feel are too private to speak of. Talking and education is the first step in combatting disease. We all win when we help one another.

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  25. I just hope that someday (hopefully tomorrow maybe) they will find a cure from cancer ...

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  26. Very enlightening post on the subject!
    We should get bold and speak up on these issues rather than go hush hush on it.

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    1. That's the spirit but sometimes a few people lack the courage to do so.

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  27. Great insightful information! Thank you for sharing valuable information.

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  28. Informative post on cancer. My dad passed away from cancer so it is in our genes.Hope someday there is a cure for this dreaded disease.

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    1. Sorry for your loss... someday we will get a cure.

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  29. This is very useful and important information for women, it might be scary but it's something we need to be aware of.

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  30. This is so scary and we need to be aware of the risks and be healthy not to be diagnosed with it! But it's such an important info!

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