Get Preventive Screening

Cancer is one of the most feared diseases. It is very difficult to treat and, unfortunately, in most cases, it is ineffective.
Therefore, we must strive to protect our health and undergo regular preventive checkups. Serious health complications can be prevented. Women should never neglect preventive breast exams. One option is to undergo mammography. The examination is a little uncomfortable but does not take long. As a precautionary measure, any woman over the age of 45 can undergo this test. Its purpose is to detect cancer at an early stage when it is not too late for treatment. The test is covered by health insurance and is completely free of charge to the patient.
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Women should not underestimate the value of breast self-examination,and should perform it regularly.
If unsure how to perform a self-examination, seek advice from a gynecologist. Prevention can also lead to the detection of colon cancer and [27] [28] [29] rectal cancer [30] [31]. Early diagnosis is also important for this disease. Prolonged indigestion should alert the patient to the possibility of a problem. Diarrhea, abdominal pain, bloody stools, vomiting, constipation. [32] [33] [34] [35] Colonoscopy is performed as a prophylactic test [36]. Colonoscopy is one of the less pleasant tests, but if the test is worrisome, it can be performed under general anesthesia. The bowel must be completely emptied before the actual examination. The advantage of this test is that a specimen can be taken immediately and polyps or other abnormalities can be removed.
Self-prevention includes good eating habits. This means eating a well-balanced diet. Include high-fiber foods, fruits, vegetables, and low-fat foods in your diet. Don\’t forget to exercise. Do not smoke, and limit alcohol as much as possible.
Malignant and benign Prostate cancer is more common in men .