WARNING: Regularly Doing THIS in The Shower Could Double Your Risk of Cancer
Douching is a popular method for cleaning the private parts of women. According to latest research, douching is harmful and one of the main factors of numerous va*inal problems.
Moreover, it can double the risk of ovarian cancer.
Douching is actually squirting water or fluids into the va*ina. Experts explain that this process affects and disrupts the natural balance of bacteria and cause infections.
According to a poll by Express.co.uk, 29% of women admitted to regularly douching. On the other hand 57% said they never done it, 14% of the women polled admit to doing it once or twice.
However, the va*ina has a self-cleaning mechanism.
Studies are indicating that douching can cause cervical cancer, reduced fertility, yeast infections, pelvic inflammatory disease an infection of the uterus and ectopic pregnancies.
Joelle Brown, is an expert in this field and she works as a professor of epidemiology at the University of California, San Francisco.
She added that she was shocked by the results.
“While most doctors and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists strongly recommend that women do not douche. Many women continue to douche because they falsely perceive douching to have positive health benefits, such as increased cleanliness.”
Joelle Brown – Knowing about this risk is necessary for every women.
Furthermore, ovarian cancer or the “silent killer”,doesn’t show any symptoms until the later stages.
Statistics show that around 7300 women suffer of ovarian cancer, with only 35% surviving it.
Every year in U.S. there is 20 000 new victims of ovarian cancer.
The results from a massive study, which included more than 41,000 women throughout the US. and Puerto Rico since 2003 exposed shocking news.
Participants were 35 to 74 years old, and each had a sister who had been diagnosed with breast cancer.
The participants were free of breast and ovarian cancer when they enrolled in the study. By July 2014, researchers counted 154 cases of ovarian cancer among participants.
The studies found out that women who reported douching during the year before entering the study nearly doubled their risk of ovarian cancer.
The connection between douching and ovarian cancer was even stronger when the authors looked only at women who didn’t have breast-cancer genes in their family.
Statistics show that genealogical cancer is the worlds fourth biggest cancer killer and people should take this problem very seriously.