Here is How you can Keep your Ovaries Healthy

Ovaries are one of the most essential parts of the female body. It produces feminine hormones, lends a hand in the body's development, and paves the way for pregnancy.
BRACKNELL, U.K. - March 10, 2023 - PRLog -- Urinary issues, irregular periods, and difficulty eating are some signs of later phases of ovarian cancer. It is the stage when cancer spreads in the abdomen and pelvis. Unluckily this disease does not show any signs or symptoms in the early stages, making it difficult to identify. When cancer is limited to ovaries, it is easy to treat.

Any woman can have the risk of ovarian cancer. However, some factors put them at more risk. Being 63 years or above, having a family history of cancer having genetic mutations BRCA1 or BRCA2 are some factors that cannot be controlled. Nevertheless, there are some helpful tips that can help you reduce the risk of ovarian cancer.

Oral contraceptives
If you are a woman and have a history of taking contraceptive pills, you have a lower risk of ovarian cancer. These tablets are not for everyone. Therefore, consult with your gynecologist before you go using contraceptive pills.

Healthy lifestyle
Avoid the use of tobacco and tobacco products to reduce the risk of ovarian cancer. Not only ovarian cancer but the elimination of tobacco products can prevent the risk of multiple other cancers.

Limiting alcohol consumption is also a great step in diminishing the risk of ovarian cancer. Along with the elimination of tobacco products and alcohol from your diet, exercising should also be added to your daily routine.

Exercises and diet
By maintaining and sustaining a weekly routine of exercises and a healthy diet, you can put off the risk of ovarian cancer.

You do not need to work out the entire day. A 30-minute exercise is enough. Moreover, foods like nuts, beans, eggs, Vitamin A-rich foods such as leafy greens, sweet potatoes, carrots, those with Vitamin D, and other significant foods that boost your immunity can help prevent the risk of ovarian cancer.

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