Homeopathy Medicine for Vulvar Cancer
The skin that covers the urethra, vagina, clitoris, and labia is known as the vulva, which is where vulvar cancer, a specific type of genital cancer, develops on the female genitalia’s outer surface.
Vulvar cancer can occur at any age, but it is most frequently diagnosed in older adults. Vulvar cancer frequently manifests as a lump or sore on the vulva that frequently itches.
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Vulvar cancer symptoms and signs can include:
- persistent scratching
- Pain and tenderness
- bleeding that is not associated with your period
- Skin modifications, like thickening or changing colors
- a mass, bumps resembling warts, or an ulcer
Why vulvar cancer develops is unknown.
The DNA contains the instructions that tell a cell what to do, and changes (mutations) in the DNA cause a cell to grow and divide rapidly when other normal cells would die. The accumulating cells eventually form a tumor that may be cancerous, invading nearby tissue and spreading to other parts of the body. In general, doctors know that cancer begins when a cell develops changes (mutations) in its DNA.
Types of vulvar cancer
Your doctor can determine the most efficient course of treatment based on the type of cell where vulvar cancer first appears.
- Vulvar squamous cell carcinoma.The majority of vulvar cancers are squamous cell carcinomas, which start in the thin, flat cells that cover the vulva’s surface.
- Vulvar melanoma.The cells in the vulva’s skin that produce pigment are where this cancer starts.
Even though the precise cause of vulvar cancer is unknown, a number of factors, such as the following, seem to make you more likely to develop the condition:
Being exposed to human papillomavirus (HPV).
Having a weakened immune system.
Having a history of precancerous conditions of the vulva.
Having a skin condition involving the vulva.
Reduce your risk of the STI HPV to lower your risk of developing vulvar cancer:
Use a condom every time you have sex.
Get the HPV vaccine.
AMBRA GESIA—Violent vaginal itching caused by hormonal imbalance; itching with soreness and swelling; profuse bluish leucorrhea; itching in the labia; itching that is worse at night; increased sexual desire.
CALADIUM—Extreme vaginal and vulvar itching, with burning and a tendency to masturbate.
Leucorrhea with burning and itching, milky leucorrhea, itching and pressing in the vagina, **CALCAREA CARBONICUM —**profound sweating of the entire body, especially the head, chilly, sensitive to cold, craving for eggs, and profuse perspiration are all present.
CONIUM MACULATUM–Severe vaginal itching that extends deep within the vagina. Menstruation makes the itching worse. –Shooting pain in the vagina and a feeling of pressure. –Burning, corrosive, and pungent leucorrhea.
FAGOPYRUM ESCULENTUM–—Severe vaginal and vulvar itching with yellow discharges. Itching is worse when lying still and is relieved by cold water.
VESICLES and pimples on the vulva, excoriation on the vulva, soreness of vagina, intense vaginal itching, worse after menses, itching similar to leucorrhea, and white, watery discharge.
HELONIAS—Vulvar aphthous inflammation; foul, lumpy, or curdled discharge; swollen, red, intensely sensitive, and itchy parts.
KREOSOTUM.Violent pain during sex, burning in some areas, followed by the discharge of dark blood the next day. Gushing leucorrhea like bloody water, which is offensive, corrosive, and stains the linen yellow. Severe itching inside the vagina. Itching, burning, and swelling of the labia. Violent itching between the labia and the thighs. Violent itching of the vulva and vagina, worse when urinating.
MERC SOLLeucorrhea that is purulent, corrosive, and greenish and that worsens when urine is in contact with the genitals. —Severe burning and itching in the vagina. Itching, smarting, corroding, and burning after scratching.
Itching after menstruation, itching of genital parts with hair falling out, pimple-like eruptions on the external genitalia, dry vagina with severe itching, burning and smarting in the vagina, itching of genital parts with hair falling out, and burning, smarting, and itching after urination are all symptoms of NATRUM MURIATICUM.
NITRIC ACID—Great falling off of genital hair; fetid, mucous, reddish-brown, corrosive leucorrhea; violent stitches in the vagina; stitches up the vagina or from without inward when walking in the open air.
Oophorinum causes intense vaginal itching, which subsides briefly after menstruation.
Burning and itching in the genital area as well as a milky, thick, cream-like discharge are symptoms of Pulsatilla nigricans.
SEPIA—Severe itching in the vulva causing abortion. Stitching pain up in the vagina from the uterus to the navel. Burning in the vagina, and labia swollen. Bearing down sensation in the pelvic area. Leucorrhea that is intensely itchy and large, yellow, greenish, milky lumps.
SULPHUR—Excruciating vaginal itching, which gets worse when sitting. Itching, burning, and soreness, which gets worse during sex. Burning and excoriating leucorrhea.
THUJA OCCIDENTALIS—Excessive, thick, greenish discharge; very sensitive vagina; vulva and vaginal ulcers; cervix erosion; itching, burning, and soreness; all of these conditions.
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