Due to their physiological structure, women face many diseases throughout their lives. While women’s health problems can be solved with early treatment, serious consequences can be encountered if the necessary importance is not shown. Anadolu Health Center Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist Op. Dr. Zeynep Yilmaz, “every disease you do not care and prolong the treatment process,” he said.
Beware of bleeding after childhood and menopause
Menstrual irregularities are the most common problems encountered in women’s lives. The first menstruation occurs at the age of 12-13 years. If childhood bleeding occurs, it must be investigated. The period of menopause and near the period of menopause with the body is trying to adapt to this new process periodically irregularities can be seen. However, unexpected, irregular, blotchy or long-term bleedings require research and treatment. Regardless of the amount of bleeding seen after menopause, it is important to emphasize.
False nutrition triggers polycystic ovary syndrome
Polycystic ovary syndrome is the most common hormone disorder in women. Although the exact cause is not known, problems such as malnutrition and excessive weight gain can trigger the disease. The disease typically occurs in young girls and usually in adolescence. In girls with polycystic ovary syndrome, overweight, hairiness, hair loss and acne problems are seen.
The first step in treatment is to control weight. Weight loss in women with polycystic ovary syndrome is a bit more difficult. If there is weight loss due to hormone disorder, the diet should be planned accordingly.
Urinary incontinence large social problem
The problem of urinary incontinence is a very important social problem and it is being successfully eliminated with today’s modern treatments. Basically, women’s disease is seen in one out of every 5 women over 35 years of incontinence. Every urinary incontinence that will affect a person’s social life is a disease and should be treated. Urinary incontinence; coughing, sneezing, laughter, such as increased intra-abdominal pressure may occur in cases, or less effort may occur.
Vaginal currents affect sexual health negatively
”Vaginal currents a, which adversely affect the sexual health and life of women and are caused by infection, are divided into two as normal physiological currents and infections related to infection. Odorless, translucent, colorless, normal physiological currents are the currents that increase or decrease according to certain times of the period. The slimy and translucent colored currents that come from the cervix are associated with hormones and increase at certain times. Symptoms of infectious diseases include color, odor, and irritation. These may be bacteria, fungi or parasites.
Menopause disease is not a transition period
Menopause is not a disease and can be considered as one of the most important transition periods of women’s life. When menstrual periods break down, many women say that they have had menopause, but menopause is followed by 12 months of menstruation. The age of menopause is 45-53 years in the world, with a mean age of 51 years. In our country, it is between 46-48 years of age. Depending on the estrogen hormone declining at the onset of menopause; symptoms such as hot flashes, sweating, insomnia, vaginal dryness, decreased sexual desire, urinary problems, fatigue, mood changes, attention and memory problems occur. In addition, every woman entering the menopause should be consulted by a physician to avoid bone loss or to maintain sexual life.
Severe menstrual pain reduces quality of life
More than half of the menstruated women have pain for the first one or two days. Usually this pain is mild, but sometimes it may be severe enough to restrict daily activities. This severe pain is called dysmenorrhea. Dysmenorrhea may include pain in the lower abdomen or cramps, headache, nausea, vomiting and dizziness. The treatment of dysmenorrhea involves drugs and techniques that reduce pain, but in some cases surgical intervention may be required.