Naomi R Wray*
Gynecology is a branch of science that deals with the health of women's reproductive system. The term "science of women" it deals with the study of women. It a part of medicine and involved with the diseases and problems of women and girls, for specifically those who are affecting the reproductive system. It is concerned with the care of women during pregnancy and delivery. The treatment of disease is affecting the female reproductive organs. Andrology is the other part of science. It is concerned with medical issues relating to the male reproductive system. Gynecologic cancer that forms in the reproductive organs of a woman. It can start anything in a woman's pelvis, which is the area under stomach and between the hip bones. Symptoms of Gynecologic cancers are Pelvic stress, vaginal bleeding, stomach pain, vulva is hurting and skin changes like rash, sores, warts, or ulcers. Behavioral changes in the bathroom like increased urination, constipation, or diarrhea. Methods of treatment are such as Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation Women with gynecologic cancer are generally get many treatments. During surgery the doctors remove cancerous cell. Chemotherapy is the use of certain medicines to reduce or kill cancer cells.
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