Women are one of the finest creations of God. But their body structure also prone to some health complications. The body ailments directly affect their lifestyle and relationship. The changed lifestyle created fatal health issues for both genders, especially women.
At present ladies confront a large number of well-being issues. It influences the life expectancy of women dis balancing the sex rate. The mental and physical fatigues are due to tedious working styles and emotional issues. Scientists identified some incurable and unusual diseases more prevalent among urban women.
Below mentioned are top picked five diseases discovered later among urban women –
1. Endometrial cancer
This kind of cancer usually occurs after menopause. It results to abnormal growth of cells in the uterus lining especially the pelvic area. Gradually, these cells spread to other parts of the body. It affects women with high blood pressure, diabetes and facing obesity problems.
The diagnosed symptoms of endometrial cancer are – sudden bleeding from the vagina excluding your menstruation cycle. Feel pain while urinating or sexual intercourse. Pain is also experienced in the pelvic area.
If you experience any of the above symptoms, then consult gynecologist as soon as possible. Discuss with your doctor without any hesitation to know more about the disease.
Herpes is a common infection. It occurs because of two viruses herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) and herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2). There are two types of herpes one is oral that occurs around the mouth and the other one is genital that occurs around the genitals.
The symptoms for this infection for the oral one are cold sores or fever blisters can show up on the lips or around the mouth. They are recurring and can occur in weeks, months and even years.
Genital herpes include symptoms like – blisters, burn feel. If urine flows over sores you can face an inability to urinate. Swelling of sores blocks the urethra and causes itching. Opening sores starts pain in the infected area.
It is a contagious disease. Try to use separate bed sheets and towels for daily use. The infection is curable, but its recurrence is unpredictable.
3. Exploding Head Syndrome
It is a kind of auditory hallucination where person hears exploding sounds within his or her head. The noises equal to bomb explosions, earthquakes, and other related high decimal noises. The attack can last for a few seconds or even minutes. It usually occurs once the patient is asleep after one or two hours. It can also occur just prior waking.
Symptoms – There is no particular age bar for the disease. But, it is often accompanied by anxiety attacks and increased heart rate. Person feels severe headache and exhausted. The extreme state of the syndrome can lead to sleep-onset insomnia.
Consult your doctor immediately, if anyone of these symptoms are diagnosed.
4. Systematic lupus Erythematosus
Systematic lupus Erythematosus is also known as systemic auto immune disease. (or autoimmune connective tissue disease). The immune system of the body attacks healthy tissues of the body. Lupus antibodies work against the proteins of the body. The cause of the disease is still not discovered. In some cases it may be hereditary in nature.
The disease generally affects pregnant women. The symptoms are common ailments such as fever, malaise, joint pains, muscle pains, and fatigue.
If you face such kinds of abnormality then go for medical checkup. Consult the concerned doctor immediately. Follow the prescription and dosage as advised by the doctor.
5. Dercum’s disease
Dercum’s disease is also called Adiposis Dolorosa and by various other names. In this disease, the affected person faces many, painful growth of fatty tissue also called (lipomas). The growth occurs on the torso area, the upper arms, and legs. The pain experienced is severe in the case.
The symptoms are-Weight gain, depression, and lethargy. Swelling, body weakness, and bruise skin. Headaches, irritability and stiffness experienced in the morning.
The cause of the disease is still unknown. The study over its vaccine is still in progress. There are few medicines in the market to cure this disease.
Get regular checkups and tests done. Awareness among women is required to prevent these ailments.
So, when are you planning your next visit to the doctor?