Here's Vulvar Cancer Pictures, Remedies, Treatment


Vulvar cancer pictures and Remedies, Vulvar cancer is a cancer that attacks the outer surface of the pubic area of the woman. The Vulva is the part of the sexual organs the external female which is the area that surrounds the pee hole (urethra opening) and vagina. The sexual organs the external female includes the labia minora and majora (the“lips” in and out of the covering of the vagina), the clitoris, and the Bartholin's glands on both sides of the vagina.

Vulvar cancer appears in the form of bumps or sores in the area of the vulva. This cancer more often strikes older women, generally who have experienced menopause. ( Read more : ovarian cancer awareness and colon cancer test )
 
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There are two types of vulvar cancer based on the type of cell that is affected. This type of cancer is also useful for the doctor to determine the type of treatment measures that will be taken.
  • The Vulva melanoma, i.e., cancer cells that is formed in pigment-producing cells found in the skin of the vulva.

  • Vulva carcinoma cells skuamus (vulvar squamous cell carcinoma), ie cancer cells which are formed on the cell thin, surface flat coat the surface of the vulva. Most cases of vulvar cancer derived from this type.

  • Basal cell carcinoma, that is wound on the labia majora or on other areas in the vulva, which a long time develop into cancer. If not treated promptly, these sores can easily re-appear.

  • Carcinoma of the Bartholin gland, that is a rare tumor in the Bartholin's glands are commonly affects women in the age of the mid-60s.

  • Type other cancers in the vulva, for example adenocarcinoma and sarcoma.

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vulvar cancer pictures and remedies
The Causes Of Vulvar Cancer

The causes of cancer in general is still not yet known clearly, thus also with cancer of the vulva. Experts are still figuring out triggers cells to mutate into cancer cells and developing so quickly. Cells that divide will continue to grow with double the amount to form a tumor, then spreads to other parts of the body. Cancer cells and the tumor will continue to grow and divide while the healthy cells would die.


Although not yet known the cause, the following factors are conditions that can increase the incidence of cancer of the vulva, namely :
  • Smoking.

  • Age. The risk of vulvar cancer generally increases at age 65 years and over and those who are in menopause. This case is rarely encountered in women aged under 50 years who have not yet experienced menopause.

  • Exposed to HPV infection (human papillomavirus), a sexually transmitted disease that is mostly found in women who are sexually active. Generally HPV infection can subside by itself. In some cases other diseases of these, infected cells can mutate and develop into cancer cells.

  •  HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) that weakens the immune system and make patients susceptible to HPV infection.

  • Suffer from disorders on the skin in the area of the vulva, for example disease Lichen Sclerosus.

  •  Ever been in a precancerous condition of the vulva, or vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia (VIN), which can develop into cancer of the vulva. VIN is a condition when cells undergo changes that do not lead to cancer. Although in most cases that never happens, this condition could disappear by itself, but in fact can also develop into cancer cells.
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Symptoms Of Vulvar Cancer

Cancer of the vulva can cause itching which is very annoying in the area of the vulva. Here are the symptoms-other symptoms of cancer of the vulva.
  • Bleeding not from menstruation.
  • Changes in the condition of the skin, such as the color and thickness of the skin. The skin can be red-colored, white, or darken.
  • There are moles in the area of the vulva that changes shape or color.
  • Bumps that resemble pimples, boils, or open sores.
  • Pain or sensitivity to pain in the pelvic area, especially during sexual intercourse.
  •  Feels sore, especially when you're pissing.
As much as 50 percent of cases of vulvar cancer attack the labia majora (the“lips” of the outer part of the tool female genitalia), followed by labia minora (the“lips” part in). See your doctor immediately if You experience symptoms such as above.

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Treatment Of Vulvar Cancer



Such as the treatment of other cancers, vulvar cancer can also be treated with chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or a combination of both.
  • Chemotherapy. Patients with vulvar cancer with the spread of cancer cells in the area of the body other can choose this step to help kill cancer cells. Drugs can be consumed or inserted through a vein in the arm. Chemotherapy combined with radiation therapy generally aims to reduce the cancer to facilitate surgical procedures.

  • Radiation therapy. In addition to shrink the cancer cells, radiation therapy is also used in the case of cancer cells that have spread to the lymph nodes after undergoing surgery. The therapy is done by describing the energy of high-strength, such as X-ray, to a predetermined area on the surface of the skin.
Regular medical examinations after treatment of cancer of the vulva will remain necessary to monitor the patient's condition and make sure the cancer cells are not re-formed. It is therefore very important to be checked regularly after treatment.

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Prevention Of Vulvar Cancer

Routine health screening (medical check-ups) can help You monitor health and detect disease that was not known before. Discuss with your doctor about the range of the ideal time to do medical check-up regularly. You can also consult about the schedule a pelvic examination. The procedure a pelvic examination will give information about the condition of the reproductive organs in You.

Some of the preventive measures that can also be done to reduce the risk of vulvar cancer and sexually transmitted diseases like HPV or HIV are :
  • Using a condom every sexual intercourse.
  • Limit the number or not bergonta sexual partners.
  • Obtaining the HPV vaccine. This vaccine can reduce the risk of development of cancer of the vulva and is recommended for girls aged 12-13 years.

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