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Reproductive Disorders

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Breast CancerDiagnosis through self-exam and mammogram
Cervical CancerEarly stages no sx.; later stages - foul smelling vaginal discharge
EndometriosisEndometrial tissue is found outside the uterus
MastitisInflammation of the breasts
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)Infections in reproductive organs that spread to peritoneal cavity
Polycystic Ovarian SyndromeOvaries produce too much testosterone and estrogen but too little progesterone
Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence)Inability to have or sustain an erection during intercourse
Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH)enlarged prostate
Prostate CancerMost common cancer on males >50
One of the leading causes of death ages 32-52Breast cancer
Connected to HPV and early sexual activityCervical cancer
Sx. = abdominal pain, heavy or irregular bleedingEndometriosis
Sx = Breast pain, redness and swellingMastitis
Sx = cysts on ovaries, facial hair, failure to ovulatePolycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Sx = itching, burning and redness of the vagina and vulva, odorless, thick, white dischargeVaginal yeast infection
Criptorchidisma testicle that doesn't decend into the scrotum
Epididymitispainful swelling in the groin & scrotum due to infextion
Sx = painless lump or swelling, heaviness in the scrotumTesticular cancer
Chlamydiathe most common STD in the US
Amenorrheaabsence of menstrual cycle
Dysmenorrheapainful menstruation
Menorrhagiaabnormal excessive or prolonged menstrual bleeding
Menopausetime when monthly menstrual cycle comes to an end
PAP smearsample of cell scrapings are taken from cervix
Mammogramtype of X-ray to detect tumors of the breast
Hysterectomyremoval of uterus (sometimes ovaries)
Mastectomyremoval of breasts


Jimmy C. Draughn High School
Valdese, NC

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