Female Genital Organs

Tumors of the female genital organs. Tumors of the female genital tract: uterine cancer and genital warts. Uterine fibroids – are benign, hormone-dependent tumors (single or consisting of a set of nodes), which develops in the myometrium – muscular layer of the uterus. Risk factors: genetic predisposition, endocrine disorders, ovarian dysfunction, repeated abortions and diagnostic curettage. Key features: uterine bleeding; urination disorders; pain in the abdomen and lower back; constipation. Gynecologist determines treatment of uterine (radical or drug). Genital warts – a benign growths of the epidermis as small outgrowths of solid colors that can appear on the genitals, around the anus.

This is a viral disease, which serves as the agent of human papilloma virus (HPV). Infection with hpv occurs by contact, that is in contact with infected skin or mucous membranes. Vaccination of healthy women. Do not wait until the pain brings you to the doctor. Must be at least 1 time in 6 months to come to your gynecologist for examination..