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6 steps to have good gynecological health

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Curious fact:The uterus is the only organ that can originate another organ inside it: the placenta.

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, which aims to shed a light on this serious disease that affects 1 in 78 women. Likewise, this month gives us the opportunity to reflect on the health of the female reproductive system and to raise awareness about the importance of preventing any gynecological health-related condition.

Most common diseases

There are various gynecological pathologies that affect thousands of women. It is important to be able to recognize them, in order to treat them in time to prevent them from developing to a level that affects the quality of life of those who suffer from them. Below is a list of the most common gynecological health conditions: 

Ovarian cancer

 Gynecological cancer, as its name suggests, begins in any organ of the female reproductive system. Among them we can find uterine cancer, cervical cancer, among others, including ovarian cancer. Its symptoms may include the following: 

  1. Abnormal bleeding
  2. Pain or pressure in the pelvic area
  3. Back pain
  4. Difficulty eating or feeling full too QUICLY
  5. Feeling the need to urinate more often
  6. Constipation

Breast cancer

This is the second most common type of cancer among American women and occurs when breast cells grow in an abnormal manner. Its symptoms may be as follows: 

  1. Lumps in your breast or underarm
  2. Change in breast size, shape, and appearance
  3. Pulled in nipple
  4. Abnormalities in the skin surrounding the breast (flakiness, redness, etc.) 
  5. “Orange peel” skin

Ovarian cysts

Ovarian cysts are much more common than we think. A cyst is a sac filled with fluid found in the ovaries. Most cysts are harmless and go away on their own. However, when they break, they can be dangerous, and may result in the following symptoms:

  1. Pain in the pelvic area on the side of the cyst
  2. Abdominal heaviness
  3. Swelling
  4. Severe abdominal pain
  5. Fever
  6. Vomiting


As with the rest of our body, much of our gynecological health depends on our own habits, so we recommend adopting the following and making them part of your day to day: 

  1. Follow a balanced diet and always strive to be within your ideal weight. 
  2. Performs regular physical activity
  3. Prevent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) using condoms.
  4. Avoid strong soaps
  5. Wear light underwear
  6. Make sure to have a gynecological check-up at least once a year even if you don’t have any discomfort. It is important to remember that some medical conditions do not present symptoms. 

Following these tips will allow you to maintain optimal gynecological health at all stages of your life.

Real story

Jane is a nightclub bartender in the United States, whose life changed forever after a diagnosis of ovarian cancer. She never imagined that in her 20s she would have to face a disease like cancer, so she didn’t have health insurance. Fortunately, one of her best friends helped her by setting up a fundraising page and along with her co-workers, who also raised money, she managed to pay for the overwhelming costs of cancer treatment. 

After this experience, she recommends that all young people get health insurance, because although it may mean a great investment, the help it provides in the event of an accident or unexpected illness, is much greater. 

If you would like to know more about her story, please visit the following link: 

Health insurance

There are situations that can change life in the blink of an eye. For that reason, in ByBs Group we focus on finding and assembling health coverages that perfectly adapt to your needs; so that in the event any diagnosis related to your gynecological health, you know with certainty that everything has a solution. 

For more information visit our website, where you will find the different coverages, we offer. We have Guaranteed Approval Coverage, which allows you to enroll regardless of your health status, or for those who do not qualify for public health insurance. ( #CallBlanca (202) 316-4503


In conclusion, this month is a good opportunity to reflect on our habits and how they contribute to good gynecological health or not. It is also very important to have frequent gynecological appointments in order to be able to identify possible diseases and treat them as soon as possible: let’s remember that, to feel good, all the organs of our body must be healthy. 

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