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Walther-Antonio the established role of the vaginal microbiome as a key factor in vaginal and obstetric health, as well as vaginal microbiome differences found between different ethnicities adds to t...
Women with the greatest risk of sexual side effects include those being treated for: Bladder cancer Breast cancer Cervical cancer Colon cancer Endometrial cancer Ova...
Signs and symptoms of more-advanced cervical cancer include: Vaginal bleeding after intercourse, between periods or after menopause Watery, bloody vaginal discharge that may be heavy and have a foul ...
That's because the most common symptom, abnormal vaginal bleeding , usually prompts a woman to see her doctor.
The five main types are: cervical , endometrial , ovarian , vaginal and vulvar cancer .
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In most cases, women discover they have endometrial cancer only after abnormal vaginal bleeding prompts a visit to the doctor.
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Walther-Antonio, la función establecida del microbioma vaginal como factor clave en la salud vaginal y obstétrica, así como las diferencias descubiertas en el microbioma vaginal entre las distintas e...
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