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conceiving after cervical cancer

Points to Consider while Conceiving after Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer as the name suggests occur at the cervix and strangely enough it does not show off any symptoms at the initial stages. Later as it develops, you might experience pelvic pain, vaginal bleeding or pain while intercourse. In most of the cases, the primary cause is the human papillomavirus (HPV) infection; which gets […]

foods to avoid during chemotherapy

Foods to Avoid During Chemotherapy

Being diagnosed with cancer, be it any type of cancer, chemotherapy is the invariable form of treatment. Chemotherapy is the most effective form of treatment where it destroys the body’s harmful cancerous cells from within. Now while it is extremely effective to disintegrate the cancer cells, it also has a lot of side effects. The […]

hand foot syndrome

How to Manage Hand Foot Syndrome (HFS) Effectively?

People suffering from cancer have to go through various chemotherapy sessions. The resultant side effect of these chemotherapy sessions is the hand foot syndrome also known as Palmar-Plantar Erythrodysesthesia. This is a skin reaction and the major drugs behind them include Xeloda and interleukin 2. The regular infusion of such drugs within the body causes […]

eye pain

Relation of Brain Cancer and Eye Pain – know the Solution

Brain cancer / tumor, scientifically known as intracranial neoplasm happens when abnormal growth of cells occur within the brain and can be classified as benign tumors or malignant tumors. Acute eye pain and visionary disorders are closely associated with the occurrence of brain tumor and the pain caused because of the tumor varies in intensity […]

bladder cancer

How to Treat Bladder Cancer Naturally?

Bladder is a muscular organ in your pelvic area, which helps to store urine. Bladder cancer is a nature of malignancy which takes birth from the epithelial lining of the urinary bladder. It is the seventh most familiar cancer and is found most commonly in the age group of 65 or more. Bladder cancer happens […]