Homeopathy Medicine for Vaginal Cancer
The muscular tube that connects your uterus and your outer genitalia is called your vagina, and it is where a rare cancer called vaginal cancer, also known as the birth canal cancer, most frequently develops.
Primary vaginal cancer is a rare form of cancer that starts in your vagina but can spread to other parts of your body.
It is much easier to treat vaginal cancer that has spread outside of the vagina if it is discovered in its early stages, which has the best chance of being cured.
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Symptoms of Vaginal Cancer :
Early vaginal cancer may not exhibit any symptoms, but as it advances, it may exhibit symptoms like the following:
- unusual vaginal bleeding, such as after sex or following menopause
- Watery vaginal discharge
- Your vagina has a mass or a lump
- Painful urination
- Frequent urination
- Pelvic pain
Causes of Vaginal Cancer :
In general, cancer starts when healthy cells pick up a genetic mutation that transforms normal cells into abnormal cells, though the exact cause of vaginal cancer is unknown.
Cancer cells grow and multiply out of control and do not die, whereas healthy cells do so at a predetermined rate and eventually pass away at a predetermined time. The accumulating abnormal cells then form a mass (tumor).
Invading the tissues in the immediate area, cancer cells have the ability to metastasize, or spread beyond the initial tumor, to other parts of the body.
Types of vaginal Cancer :
According to the type of cell where the cancer started, there are various types of vaginal cancer, including:
- The most prevalent type is squamous cell carcinoma of the vagina, which starts in the thin, flat cells that line the surface of the vagina.
- Vaginal adenocarcinoma is a cancer that starts in the glandular cells that line your vagina.
- The pigment-producing cells (melanocytes) in your vagina, called vaginal melanoma, develop.
- The connective tissue cells or muscle cells in the vaginal walls can develop into a cancer called vaginal sarcoma.
Vaginal cancer risk factors include the following:
- Age. The majority of vaginal cancer cases are found in people over 60, and as you get older, your risk of developing the disease rises.
- Vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia (VAIN) is a condition that increases the risk of developing vaginal cancer. It is characterized by abnormal cells in the vagina.
A small percentage of people with VAIN will eventually develop vaginal cancer, though it is unknown why some cases of the condition progress to cancer while others remain benign. Cells in the vagina with VAIN appear different from normal cells, but not differently enough to be considered cancer.
The human papillomavirus (HPV), which is spread through sexual contact and is a leading cause of vaginal, cervical, and vulvar cancers, among other diseases, is a common cause of VAIN.
- Exposure to a drug used to prevent miscarriages. If your mother used the medication diethylstilbestrol (DES) while she was expecting you may be at a higher risk of developing the vaginal cancer clear cell adenocarcinoma.
The following risk elements have also been connected to a higher risk of vaginal cancer:
- Multiple sexual partners
- first encounter at a young age
- HIV infection
Your lungs, liver, and bones could all become distant sites of vaginal cancer metastasis.
Vaginal cancer cannot be completely avoided, but there are ways to lower your risk, including
- Discuss with your doctor when to start these tests and how frequently to repeat them to increase the likelihood that vaginal cancer is discovered early.
- Consult your physician regarding the HPV vaccine. Receiving a vaccination to prevent HPV infection may lower your risk of developing vaginal cancer and other cancers associated with HPV.
- Smoking increases the risk of vaginal cancer; therefore, if you currently smoke, stop, and if you do not currently smoke, do not start.
Homoeopathic medicine of Vaginal Cancer :
Helonias, Hydrastis, Sepia, Kreosote, etc.As Directed by Physician
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