Tennis elbow

June 9th, 2010
Tennis elbow, lateral epicondylit, is an inflammation of the muscle attachment on the outside of the elbow. For tennis elbow, you usually hurt the forearm above page, but you may also have pain in your elbow when you extend your wrist by bending the hand upwards. If you have difficulty performing your regular chores, you should contact your GP. Tennis elbow due to overwork your muscles by repeated, unilateral movements of the wrist. An inflammation is caused when the muscle attachment on the outside of the elbow. You may have painted, hand-worked or spent much computer mouse. Although it is traditionally known as tennis elbow inflammation is not common in tennis players, rather the reverse. Tennis elbow is also called epicondylit. Epicondylit is more common in women than in men, and often affects people who are 40 years or older. Symptoms Symptoms of tennis elbow may include: The pain is mainly along the forearm surface, or in the elbow as you extend your wrist upward. Symptoms may (more...)

Bone Cancer

June 9th, 2010
Bone cancer is usually secondary. This means that it is in bone metastases that have spread there from another cancer, prostate cancer commonly, breast cancer or lung cancer. It can also be a primary cancer. Search care if you have pain in your arms, legs or back with no other explanation. Primary bone cancer Benign, benign, and malignant, malignant, changes may occur in the skeleton. Even benign tumors can change and damage bones. Benign bone changes usually occur at 5-25 years of age. Primary bone cancer is rare. Each year more than 80 people fall ill. Osteosarcoma, Ewing’s sarcoma kondrosarkom and is the most common forms of primary bone cancer. Osteosarcoma usually affects children between the ages of 10-15 years and the tumor is often around the knee or shoulder. Ewing’s sarcoma also affects children, but typically occurs in the middle of the femur or vertebrae, pelvis or ribs. Kondrosarkom grow slowly and usually affects older people. Symptoms Symptoms of (more...) Premenstrual t…

May 30th, 2010 Premenstrual tension (more...)

Premenstrual tension

May 30th, 2010
Premenstrual tension, PMS, called the physical or psychological changes that women can get before their period. Some may be tension in the breasts, or feel that your mood is affected. Exercise, good diet and enough sleep may relieve symptoms. If you have severe PMS symptoms, contact your gynecologist or health center. Premenstrual tension in some form, most women prior to menstruation. Usually symptoms are mild. Between five and eight percent of all women have severe premenstrual symptoms. Symptoms It is common to mood swings and being easily irritable or irritated just before menstruation. You may feel nervous or have feelings of general unease. Other signs of PMS can be: that you increase a little bit of weight, which depends on the liquid collects in the body, ‘re getting tension in the breasts or make them sore, the stomach and / or calf becomes swollen, ‘re getting hurt in the abdomen or lower back; that you get headaches, dizziness and palpitations. The symptoms (more...) Bladder cancer…

May 30th, 2010 Bladder cancer (more...)

Bladder cancer

May 30th, 2010
Bladder cancer annually affects about 2000 people in Sweden, especially older men, and is the sixth most common cancer. Symptoms of bladder cancer is blood in the urine, the need to urinate more often than usual, it hurts when you pee and it hurts the pubic bone. In many affected tumor can be easily removed, but the patient must go on periodic inspections. In every third case, the tumor grows so deep that a more advanced treatment is required. The number of new cases of bladder cancer is increasing steadily. Of those who fall ill is 75 percent women and the disease is most common in older people. There is a clear link between smoking and bladder cancer, but smoking is not the only cause. Studies have shown that certain chemicals in industry may increase the risk of disease in those exposed to them in their work environment. Urinary tract mucosa is the same all the way from the renal pelvis, down through the ureters and into the bladder and urethra. Tumors can occur throughout the (more...) Menopause http…

May 30th, 2010 Menopause (more...)


May 30th, 2010
Menopause, also referred to as menopause, most often occur in the 45-55 years old and starts many times that my periods are changing. During menopause, most women some form of menopausal symptoms. One can, for example, feel abnormally hot, get sweating, difficulty sleeping or brittle and dry mucous membranes in the genital area. Search care if you have severe menopausal symptoms, and if you feel mentally ill. Menopause could be likened to a reverse puberty. During menopause the body produces less amounts of the female hormone estrogen, and some years after the last menstrual period is the level of estrogen in the body as low as before puberty. It is precisely the reduced amount of estrogen that makes you get postmenopausal symptoms. They may be flush, that is, sudden internal heat waves, and sweating. Some women also suffer from fluctuations in mood or have difficulty sleeping. During menopause, your periods may be more lengthy or rich, come irregularly or at longer intervals than (more...) Ovarian Cancer…

May 30th, 2010 Ovarian Cancer (more...)

Ovarian Cancer

May 30th, 2010
Ovarian cancer rarely gives some typical symptoms and is therefore difficult to detect. The cause is unclear but the number of ovulating seems to have significance. Ovarian tumors can be benign. Contact reception on gynecological abdomen increased in size, if you have newcomers vague abdominal discomfort or if you need to urinate frequently but that you have a urinary tract infection. Ovarian cancer is most common among women 60-70 years old, but the spread is high and the disease also occurs in the young. In Sweden, the incidence of ovarian cancer declined and now affects about 800 women annually. The cause of ovarian cancer is unclear. The number of ovulating during a woman’s lifetime is considered to have an effect. Women who had their first menstrual late or coming in early menopause, and women who have given birth to many children, have a reduced risk of developing ovarian cancer. Symptoms of ovarian cancer Ovarian cancer is an insidious process. The first signs that (more...)
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