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I found the answers provided by the Dr. Subhash Chandra Chanana to be caring, prompt and very helpful. Sir I have got blood test done all normal, as a senior doctor advice me to do sonography to check if there is PUS formation...it is clear there is NO PUS formation...they asked me to do 2 D test for Kawasaki...2 D reports are CLEAR...as the reports are clear, doctor has adviced us to wait for some days as they feel the lump could be a reaction of something which is not clear. He is asking me to wait for some days if the baby is eating well, playful and the growth of the baby is regular, we should not rush for biopsy. He is asking us to watch babies activity regularly and if there is anything unusual we will check. Request your opinion on this Sir.
I found the answers provided by the Dr. Subhash Chandra Chanana to be very helpful, knowledgeable and prompt. Thank you so much for your kind response
Surendra Singh Rajput
Dr. Subhash Chandra Chanana provides answers that are very helpful. Thanks doctor.
Dr. Subhash Chandra Chanana provides answers that are very helpful. Helpful
Dr. Subhash Chandra Chanana provides answers that are caring. Thank u sir
Throat cancer is a broad term used to cover cancer across a number of organs in the oronasal passage – right from the nasopharynx, oropharynx, glottis, epiglottis to supraglottis. Minus the medical terms, it means anywhere from the back of the nose and throat to the where the neck ends. The mucous cells along this path can undergo changes and begin multiplying rapidly, leading to cancer. The following are some additional risk factors:
- Cigarette smoking
- Tobacco abuse
- History of human papilloma virus (HPV)
- Alcohol abuse
- Poor dental hygiene
- Family history
Cigarette smoking is the most important of all, and a person can significantly reduce the risk by cutting down smoking. The throat has different types of linings and gland tissue, and depending on the cell type affected, the type of cancer could vary.
Symptoms: Throat cancer diagnosis can get delayed as the symptoms are very similar to a throat infection.
- Sore throat: A sore throat that lasts for weeks together is often a cause for concern and requires ruling out underlying serious problem. Having associated risk factors is a good way to see if ruling out cancer is needed.
- Cough: A cough that does not go away is a cause for concern. This is often associated with other symptoms mentioned here.
- Voice change: Usually hoarseness of the voice, which is painless and not accompanied by a throat infection, is an indication of throat cancer.
- Difficulty swallowing or breathing: Depending on where the cancer is located, there could be problems in either free breathing or swallowing. The developing mass gets in the way of free air and/or food movement.
- Lumpy feeling in the throat: If the developing mass is along the length of the throat, then there could be a lumpy feeling, as if something is caught in the throat and not going down.
- Bleeding: There could be bleeding either through the nose or the mouth, depending on the place of the cancer. Again, this is one of the late symptoms and not seen in the beginning.
- Unexplained weight loss: As with any cancer, throat cancer also leads to unexplained weight loss.
Depending on the area affected, the symptoms can point to the location. For instance, voice changes are often associated with laryngeal cancer. A combination of risk factor assessment and symptoms will help in pinning down the diagnosis. Reach out to the doctor as soon as you notice something is wrong, as early diagnosis is very good for timely intervention and improving prognosis. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
I am 19 years old. Last time I was physically intimate with my boyfriend. Then he feels that I have a tumor in my breast. He says I think you r suffering from breast tumor so please consult with a doctor.
I read during online article that most of the cancer treated people not survive more then 5 year. Is it true?
What test should be done for Lymphoma? Is there any doctor for Lymphoma in Noida - Greater Noida? Please suggest
Received 2 grey white soft tissue bits together 0.6*0.5*0.4 MICROSCOPY & IMPRESSION: Growth, lower lip, punch biopsy: Multiple tissue fragments showing moderately (G2) Squamous cell Carcinoma with dysplasia and acute inflammatory infiltrate.
Ovarian cancer is the cancer of an ovary. The ovaries are the two glands which are responsible for female reproduction. They produce ova or eggs and also produce the female hormones oestrogen and progesterone. Ovarian cancer begins when abnormal cells in the ovary start to multiply rapidly and grow out of control to form a tumour. It is the 5th most common cancer among women.
The exact cause of the cancer is unknown but the following factors increase the risk:
- Age: chances rise with increasing age.
- Infertility: Infertile women who cannot conceive are at a higher risk.
- Family history: I in 10 cancers are due to inherited genes like BRCA1/2. You are also at a higher risk if you have a family history of other gynaecological cancers like breast /cervical or ovarian.
- Hormone replacement therapy: Studies have shown a link of HRT WITH ovarian cancer.
Symptoms of ovarian cancer are generally difficult to detect, but cancer may bring about early indications. The most widely recognized symptoms of ovarian cancer are as follows:
Irregular menstruation or bleeding post menopause
Constant bloating or abdominal swelling
Ache in your lower abdomen or pelvis
Inconvenience eating/ loss of appetite
Feeling full instantly/ constipation
Urinary issues, for example, an urgent need to urinate or urinating more frequently than expected
Generalized weakness /tiredness.
In case that you have at least one of these side effects and it happens every day for more than two or three weeks, try to see a doctor or a specialist.
These symptoms are basic for a few women. They may not imply that you have ovarian cancer. It is very important for women to understand that these symptoms do not necessarily imply that they have ovarian cancer. The same number of other common and harmless conditions can bring about the same indications. Additionally, different reasons for these symptoms are significantly more common than ovarian cancer. These may include irritable bowel syndrome and urinary tract infections (UTIs). In any case, the early indications of ovarian cancer tend to follow a pattern, which is as follows:
They begin abruptly.
They do not feel the same as your typical stomach-related or menstrual issues.
They happen almost consistently and do not leave.
However, these side effects are also common in a few women who do not have ovarian cancer. Most of the ovarian cancer cases are diagnosed at a later stage after the tumours have spread. Fortunately, around 20% of women are diagnosed early, where excellent prognosis can be achieved. Regular screening test for early ovarian cancer like General pelvic examinations now and then, followed by ultrasound examinations or blood tests for cancer-related markers, can help. If required Ct scan, MRI, PET, colonoscopy/laproscopy can be done to find the extent of the disease.
In case some of these symptoms start to manifest in your body, one should go for a general check-up. Cancers detected at a later stage become difficult to treat. Hence, the sooner one knows, the better it is. So Stay healthy and informed. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!