Disease prevention is one of the most important tasks of modern health care, it is incorporated in a number of government programs and the OMS system. In addition, even the usual hygienic skills and proper lifestyle can have a preventive effect.
A person from an early age may be subject to various diseases. They affect life expectancy and its quality, reduce the ability to work and even cause disability and social helplessness. Some diseases are characterized by high mortality, others increase the risk of the birth of offspring with various deviations, still others make a sick person dangerous to others and can lead to epidemics. In many cases, preventive measures can prevent the development of diseases or make their prognosis more favorable. Continue reading
The female breast is a very susceptible organ that reacts sharply to hormonal changes in the body. Small fluctuations in hormonal levels can lead to the formation of benign breast diseases. Modern women need to take particular care about the health of their breasts, since statistics show that every third woman faces breast disease.
The main diseases of the breast
The mammary glands belong to the female reproductive system and are therefore particularly susceptible to the effects of steroid hormones produced by the ovaries. Continue reading
Polycystic ovarian disease is one of the leading causes of female infertility, while in some cases the symptoms of the disease can hardly manifest themselves, in others – cause a woman to be seriously concerned. In the mechanism of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), hormonal imbalance appears at the forefront, manifested by dysfunction of several endocrine organs – the ovaries, pancreas, adrenal cortex, pituitary and endocrine center – the hypothalamus.
PCOS affects young women and usually occurs for the first time in adolescence – immediately after the first menstruation. The urgency of the problem of polycystic ovaries is associated with infertility and the development of other pathological conditions, including obesity and damage to the cardiovascular system. Continue reading