Women at High Risk of Ovarian Cancer Should Have Ovaries Removed

by Savitha C Muppala on  September 8, 2011 at 11:46 PM Women Health News
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Women, who are at high risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer, should consider having their ovaries removed as a way to avert the risk.
 Women at High Risk of Ovarian Cancer Should Have Ovaries Removed
Women at High Risk of Ovarian Cancer Should Have Ovaries Removed

Prof Gareth Evans of Manchester University said that women who carry a family history of ovarian cancer should consider surgical removal of the ovaries to offset the risk of developing tumors.  

Women who already have children, feel their family is complete and are above 40 years of age should seriously think of having the ovaries removed. This causes early menopause but thankfully without many of the irritating symptoms of menopause.  

This assumes greater importance as ultrasound scans and blood tests cannot effectively spot ovarian cancer in the initial stages.



Source: Medindia

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