Consumption Of Sea Fish When Suffering From Uterine And HIV Cancer?
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Uterine cancer is the growth of cells that are not normal from the uterine lining of women. The cause of uterine cancer is not known with certainty however, this abnormal cell growth is related to an imbalance of the hormone estrogen (high levels of estrogen). Some of the symptoms of uterine cancer are vaginal bleeding that occurs outside of menstruation or after menopause, heavy bleeding during menstruation, pain in the pelvic area / lower abdomen, pain during intercourse, easy fatigue, decreased appetite. Management of uterine cancer depends on the stage of the cancer, general health condition of the patient, and whether the patient still wants to have children or not. Treatment that can be recommended by a doctor can be in the form of hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus), radiotherapy, chemotherapy, or hormone therapy.
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that attacks the human immune system that makes the sufferer's body unable to fight infections and other diseases. This virus is transmitted through unprotected sexual intercourse, sharing syringes with HIV sufferers, for example injecting drug users, blood transfusions or blood products contaminated with this virus, from mother to child during pregnancy, childbirth, or when breastfeeding. There is no treatment that can overcome HIV infection. Existing treatment aims to prolong the development of the virus by providing antiviral drugs.
There are no restrictions on food or special diets for people with uterine cancer and HIV.
Please check with your obstetrician and gynecologist for this uterine cancer problem and a specialist in internal medicine for your HIV infection. Discuss with your doctor further if you still have certain questions or concerns. Live the treatment / treatment recommended by the doctor.
Hopefully this information is useful.