Can Lymph Node Cancer Be Transmitted Through Intimate Contact?
Good evening Doctor … can lymph node cancer in a man’s brain be transmitted to a woman by having sex / sex … please explain, Doctor, because this is very important
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Lymph node cancer is a cancer that attacks the body's recognition system that fights infection. In general, the cause of cancer is not known with certainty, but there are several factors that might cause cancer.
Cancer of the lymph nodes is divided into two types, some are malignant and non-malignant. At risk factors for malignant lymph nodes, including: age over 55 years, more often in men, family or offspring who have cancer, have suffered from a virus mononucleosis, has a weak immune system. Whereas for lymph node cancer that is not malignant, has risk factors, namely: weak body immune system, suffering from autoimmune or rheumatic diseases, often being exposed to radiation, and excess body weight.
Lymph node cancer is not transmitted through sexual contact, and all types of cancer are not transmitted. It's just that if you have the same risk factor riwayar it is possible to get cancer. Cancer is not a contagious disease, so when having sex it will not be transmitted.
Lymph node cancer is characterized by symptoms: enlarged lymph nodes in the neck, armpits, or groin folds, weight loss for no apparent reason, frequent fever, easy fatigue, shortness of breath and cold sweat at night. If you experience these symptoms and have risk factors, immediately consult a doctor of internal medicine, in order to get the right treatment.
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