Cancer in and around the vaginal area is a unique health risk for women and often results in very unique and tailored chemotherapy and associated cancer treatment. For women who are diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of vaginal tissue, the complication is typically associated with malignancy in the lymph nodes in and around the groin area. If you have been diagnosed with this health complication, it is important to become familiar with not only the treatment you may need to resolve the malignancy, but also what treatment you can receive in the long term to improve your vaginal health.
For many women who have recovered from complications associated with adenocarcinoma of vaginal tissue, there is a desire to restore pre-malignancy sensitivity in the vaginal wall and, as a result, remedies to improve sensitivity are often sought out. While there are creams and ointments that can be prescribed by a gynecologist, some women are turning to laser vaginal rejuvenation therapy as a way to promote vaginal wall tissue integrity.
As a woman who has suffered from adenocarcinoma of the vaginal tissue, it is important to first ask your oncologist about the safety of any vaginal tissue treatment as there may be some risks for recurrence in malignancy if you pursue any type of unique and innovative care. Ultimately, following a natural health plan may provide the best possible outcome for you.
While laser rejuvenation treatment is considered safe and effective, in women who have a history of cancer in and around the groin area, the use of this treatment may not be recommended. Ultimately, you will want to find the treatment hat is best suited to your particular health care needs. Adenocarcinoma of vaginal tissue is a unique risk that can recur when proper vaginal health is not considered.
If you are considering treatment after you have entered remission from cancer, be sure you consult with your oncologist about what treatments are most appropriate for your gynecological needs. It is your doctor who can provide the best guidance for avoiding future risks for cancer while protecting your gynecological health as best as possible.
Sources: Surviving Cancer, by Kanta Bosniak