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Female Problem

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Female Problem

Overview

• While both men and women contract various conditions, some health issues affect women differently and more commonly. Furthermore, many women’s health conditions go undiagnosed and most drug trials do not include female test subjects. Even so, women bear exclusive health concerns, such as breast cancer, cervical cancer, menopause, and pregnancy. Women suffer higher heart attack deaths compared to men. Depression and anxiety exhibit more frequently among female patients. Urinary tract conditions present more often in females, and sexually transmitted diseases can cause more harm to women. Among the conditions that present most frequently in women, the following eight illnesses pose considerable health risks.

Causes

• Heart disease
• Breast cancer
Initially, women afflicted with breast cancer may develop breast lumps. Most breast lumps are nonthreatening, but it is important for women to have each one checked by a care provider.
• Ovarian and cervical cancer
• Gynecological health
• Bleeding and discharge are a normal part of the menstrual cycle. [5] however, added symptoms during menstruation may indicate health issues, and unusual symptoms, such as bleeding between menstruations and frequent urinating, can mimic other health conditions.
• Vaginal issues could also indicate serious problems such as sexually transmitted diseases (stds) or reproductive tract cancer. While care providers might treat mild infections easily, if left unchecked, they can lead to conditions such as infertility or kidney failure.
• Pregnancy issues
• Pre-existing conditions can worsen during pregnancy, threatening the health of a mother and her child. [6] asthma, diabetes, and depression can harm the mother and child during pregnancy if not managed properly.
• Pregnancy can cause a healthy mother’s red blood cell count to drop, a condition called anemia, or induce depression. Another problem arises when a reproductive cell implants outside the uterus, making further gestation unfeasible. Fortunately, obstetricians can manage and treat common and rare health issues that emerge during pregnancies.
• Autoimmune diseases
• Autoimmune disease occurs when body cells that eliminate threats, such as viruses, attack healthy cells. [7] as this condition continues to escalate among the population, researchers remain baffled as to why the condition affects mostly women

Symptoms

exhaustion
● mild fever
● pain
● skin irritation
● vertigo
• Most of the autoimmune system rests in the stomach. Duly, many who suffer from this condition have resorted to natural healing practices, such as:
• ● consuming less sugar
● consuming less fat
● lowering stress
● reducing toxin intake
• However, the best defense against autoimmune disease is early detection.
• Osteoporosis
osteoporosis weakens bones, allowing them to break easily. [8] several factors can cause the condition that occurs mostly in women, such as:
• ● age
● alcohol consumption
● certain prescriptions
● genetics
● lack of exercise
● low body mass
● smoking
● steroid use
• To detect the condition, care providers measure bone density using an x-ray or ultrasound diagnostic. While no cure exists for osteoporosis, care providers can prescribe treatment to impede illness progression, which might include dietary supplements, healthy lifestyle choices, or prescription medication.
• Depression and anxiety
• Natural hormonal fluctuations can lead to depression or anxiety. [9] premenstrual syndrome (pms) occurs commonly among women, while premenstrual dysmorphic disorder (pmdd) presents similar, but greatly intensified, symptoms. Shortly after birth, many mothers acquire a form of depression called the “baby blues,” but perinatal depression causes similar – but much stronger – concerns, emotional shifts, sadness, and tiredness. Perimenopause, the shift into menopause, can also cause depression. No matter how intense the symptoms, care providers can provide relief with prescription or therapeutic treatments.
• Health technology for women
• Soon, new technologies will emerge to assist care providers in treating women’s health conditions. [10] researchers have developed innovative medical treatments, such as a patient operated device that prepares women for breast reconstruction using carbon dioxide instead of needles and a blood test that can detect whether gestation has started outside of the fallopian tubes. Other developing medical technologies include an at home, do-it-yourself pap smear and a test that determines pregnancy using saliva as a sample.
• Women can lower the risk for cancers and other common illnesses with healthy habits and regular care provider visits. [11] however, in many underserved communities nurse practitioners (nps) and nurse midwives fill the shortage created by lack of care providers, while covering service areas encompassing far too many clients. As america’s health care needs increase, care provider organizations will need many more nps to ensure positive health outcomes for women in these communities.

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