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What is Ovarian Cancer: 10 things you should know about ovarian cancer | Cancer Research UK

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Ovarian cancer is when abnormal cells in the ovary begin to grow and divide in an uncontrolled way, and eventually form a growth (tumour).

There are different types of ovarian cancer. The type depends on the type of cell the cancer started in. Most cases of ovarian cancer are epithelial cancers. This means the cancer started in cells covering the ovary or fallopian tubes. Doctors now think that most epithelial cancers start in cells at the end of the fallopian tubes rather than the ovary.

The risk of developing ovarian cancer increases as you get older. Most cases of epithelial ovarian cancer (the most common type) are in women older than 50.

Find out more on ovarian cancer rates, symptoms, causes, treatments and how to reduce the risk. Watch the ten things you should know about ovarian cancer.

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Video 5.1 ovarian cyst

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The is a patient information video describing all aspects of ovarian cysts
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RCOG GUIDELINE The Management of Ovarian Cysts in Postmenopausal Women part 1

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RCOG GUIDELINE The Management of Ovarian Cysts in Postmenopausal Women part 1

This guideline provides information on the investigation and management of postmenopausal women with known ovarian cysts.

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Ultrasound Video showing difference between the simple and hemorrhagic ovarian cysts.

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This video shows difference between the simple and hemorrhagic ovarian cysts.
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Treatment of Ovarian Cysts

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Laparoscopic removal of para ovarian cyst

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Laparoscopic removal of para ovarian cyst. This video will talk about:
What is a para ovarian cyst?
How to identify a para ovarian cyst?
Why does para ovarian cyst cause infertility?
Laparoscopic cystectomy
How to remove a cyst without damaging surrounding structures?
How can a large cyst be removed without spilling its contents?

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Laparoscopic Removal of Huge Ovarian Cyst

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Laparoscopic surgery has been increasingly applied to different gynecologic ovaries surgical problems with excellent surgical outcome and rapid recovery. Large ovarian cysts, a relatively common gynecologic problem, pose certain challenges to laparoscopic management. Laparoscopy is a safe technique for managing patients with large ovarian cysts and is associated with low conversion and complication rates. The chance of finding unexpected ovarian cancer varies according to the patients’ selection criteria but is low overall. With proper patient selection, the size of an ovarian cyst should not constitute a contraindication to laparoscopic surgery. Experience in advanced laparoscopic surgery and the availability of a gynecologic oncologist should make the procedure safely applicable to a broader patient population.
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Ovarian Cysts: Causes, Symptoms & Natural Treatment – Dr.Berg

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about ovarian cysts. It is a fluid-filled sac and could refer pain in either side of the S-I joints (low back pain). Estrogen dominance is what causes this ovarian cysts and the remedy for this is iodine. Iodine is needed to help balance estrogen and promote progesterone (which helps balance estrogen as well). The ovary stores more iodine than any other organs of the body except the thyroid.

Causes of Iodine Deficiency
1. Iodine is a trace mineral – Farmers, most of the time, don’t put these trace minerals back into the soils. The plant is only fortified by what’s in the soil.
2. Fluorine / chlorine / bromine

Iodine Benefits
• Helps lower estrogen
• Enhances progesterone
• Decreases the risk of certain types of diseases (breast and ovary)
• Reduces hot flashes
• Reduces PMS and cramping

Recommendation: High-quality organic sea kelp (iodine and trace mineral source)
*If you have a hyperthyroid condition, don’t take iodine or sea kelp.

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Tea and Fruit Could Reduce Ovarian Cancer Risk

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Regular consumption of tea and citrus can be beneficial for your health. More information on this story at

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Is There a Link Between Ovarian Cysts and Ovarian Cancer? Medical Myths with UAMS

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Many women experience ovarian cysts. Whether you have polycystic ovarian syndrome or you simply have occasional cysts, we’re here to talk about the connection between ovarian cysts and ovarian cancer. Dr. Sandy Burnett, Gynecologic Oncologist at UAMS, is here to shed some light on the subject.

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