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Your comprehensive guide to diseases of the ovaries, breasts and cervix

Dr. Qasim Al-Shehab presents a series of explanations that include everything related to diseases of the ovaries, breasts and cervix.


Human papillomavirus infection, the most common sexually transmitted disease, is a viral infection that affects the growth of the mucous membrane of the skin.

Ovarian cancer is a disease in which abnormal (malignant) cells are found inside, outside, or on the outer layer that lines the ovaries.

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Ovarian cysts are one of the common diseases among women of childbearing age. They occur as a result of the accumulation of fluid within a thin, sac-like membrane inside the ovary or on its outer surface.

The ovaries are connected to the uterus on both sides through the fallopian tubes, and the presence of this connection is healthy and proper, and the survival of these partsWith a correct position, it ensures that the eggs are released from the ovary in the correct, regular manner

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Cervicitis is inflammation of the cervix (the end of the uterus). Cervicitis often does not cause symptoms.

But if it does, it may include abnormal vaginal discharge

Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) is a noncancerous condition in which abnormal cells grow on the surface of the cervix. In some neglected cases, they can develop into dangerous cells.

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A Pap smear, or Papanicolaou test, is a safe and relatively quick procedure for detecting cervical cancer.

  is a benign lump in the breast tissue of women. A fairly common disease that affects 1% of women, especially in their twenties

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