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Womens Health Meet 2021

Womens Health Meet 2021

International ME Conferences welcomes to “11th International Conference on Women Health and Cancer Cure” Webinar (Womens Health Meet 2021) which is going to be held during December 06, 2021. Women’s Health and Cancer Cure welcomes all the Participants from every corner worldwide to celebrate the togetherness of knowledge sharing event. There will be an expertise gathering of Women health consolers, Doctors, university scientists, Research students, Physicians, Psychiatrists for women health to contribute their knowledge and views to expose to the professionals

Importance and Scope:

Oncology specially focuses on diagnosing and treating the Cancer. Women Health Meet 2021 empowers entries from all the participants related to the field to develop. The main aim is to have awareness on current innovations in women health programs and women cancer treatment and advancement and also provide a platform for Oncologists to share and explore new perspectives on women health.

Why to Attend?

  • Exposure of Internationally prominent speakers
  • High quality talks from both Gynecologists as well as Women committees
  • Certification Recognition
  • Networking with Global companies
  • Explore in your field of interest
  • Opportunity to position yourself as an Expert

Target Audience

  • Obstetricians
  • Breast Cancer Surgeons
  • Cancer research Students
  • Gynecological Pathologists
  • Gynecological Oncologists
  • Directors of Maternity Hospitals
  • Infertility specialists
  • Heads of the Obstetrics & Gynecology Departments
  • Cancer research Scientists
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Radiologists
  • Students of Medicine Disciplines
  • Cancer Associations and Societies
  • Healthcare Scientists
  • Women health care centre administrators
  • Centres for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Pharma Entrepreneurs
  • Nursing scholars
  • Health care systems and Hospitals
  • Associations and Societies 

TRACK 1: Women Health and Promotion

Women Health and Promotion focuses on women’s health, safety and wellbeing. Health is influenced by biology, lifestyles and access to health care. Lives of women are surrounded by some of the factors like Poverty, education, age, sexuality, culture and Gender inequality. Women's health has been a long concern but now it’s the major point of concern to all. Men and women have their own way of living they differ individually. They differ in their health challenges the major dissimilarity is women have some specific considerations comparing to men. Women face many health related issues comparing to men like pregnancy, menopause, and conditions of the female organs. Women need more care and parental nursing towards their health.

TRACK 2: Women Health Nursing

Women Health Nursing is a process to take care of women by providing utmost care for their health living. A women’s health nurse practitioner (WHNP) is an educated and experienced nurse practitioners. In order to become a WHNP, nurses must first complete an education as a basic registered nurse and go for higher education in order to become a nurse practitioner. A women’s health nurse practitioner plays major role in Diagnosing, treating, and assisting female patients through illnesses

Roles and responsibilities of Women Health Nursing

  • Advocate for the health and wellbeing of patients.
  • Educating about treatment and medicines to patients
  • Provide support and advice to patients
  • Maintaining Medical records

TRACK 3: Inflammatory Breast cancer in women

Inflammatory breast cancer is a rare type of breast cancer that develops quickly in women due to the drastic changes in the living. Inflammatory breast cancer affects the breast which results as red and swollen. Inflammatory breast cancer occurs when cancer cells block the lymphatic vessels in skin causes the breast reddish and swollen part. Amongst all the other cancers it is difficult to diagnose, and it is more aggressive and spreads more quickly than other types of cancers in body of women. Tends to be diagnosed at a younger age and mostly affect overweight women.

These are the best therapies for inflammatory breast cancer

TRACK4: Reproduction and Sexual health

Good reproductive health should include freedom from risk of sexually transmitted diseases, women have their own right to regulate one’s own fertility with full knowledge of choices, and the ability to control sexuality without being discriminated against the races. Different life stages are associated within the women. In life they undergo certain changes in life menstruation, fertility, pregnancy, sexually transmissible infections, chronic objections, miscarriage and menopause. The health care services that will enable women to go safely through pregnancy and childbirth, and thus provide best health babies for the couple

Good sexual and reproductive health provides strength towards physical, mental and social well-being related to the reproductive system. Women should have their own independence towards the pregnancy when and how often need to have so. Common Reproductive health concern for women

  • Endometriosis
  • Uterine Fibroids
  • Gynecologic Cancer

TRACK 5: Gynecology and Obstetrics

Gynecology and Obstetrics is a field that deals with the health issues raised by women during pregnancy and after child birth and diagnoses the movement of the child at the time of birth by ultrasounds technology. These doctors also deals with the problems related to women like vaginal infections and uterine origin, fertility problems.

Gynecology and obstetrics choose to specialize in the following areas

  • Vaginal problems
  • Infertility
  • Endocrinology
  • Pregnancy and Delivery

TRACK 6: Knowledge of Osteoporosis and Bone Health in Women

Osteoporosis is a skeletal disorder distinguished by low bone mass; Osteoporosis becomes more common with age. Person with Osteoporosis may have chronic pain in women. Bones that commonly break in the body include vertebrae, bones of the forearm, and at hips portion. To prevent Osteoporosis women should intake good diet and do regular basic exercise, and fall prevention. However women in the postmenopausal age and older are mostly affected to this osteoporosis. The consequences of osteoporotic fracture the bones of elderly women and results in the increase of disabled people in an ageing society.

Generally women start losing their bone strength at the age after 35years.The process of Bone breaking down the bone structure and again building up the bone structure in the body are termed bone remodelling. Women should have proper intake of nutritious food to increase the percentage of calcium in bones. In women estrogen hormones are needed to maintain healthy balance between bone resorption and bone remodelling.

Symptoms of Osteoporosis and Bone Health in women

  • Back Pain caused by a Fractured Vertebra
  • Loss of Height over time
  • Bending Observed in the Back Vertebrae
  • Breakage of bones Frequency Increases


PCOD and PCOS is a hormonal change arises at the reproductive age in women. PCOD is Polycystic ovarian Disease PCOS is polycystic ovarian syndrome both of these diseases are associated with ovaries PCOS is endocrine system disorder and PCOD is developed by the hormonal imbalance. PCOS is more severe than PCOD In this condition; the ovaries produce a higher quantity of the male hormone and hence results I the increase of enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edges. If PCOS increase in women then it results in decreases the chance of releasing egg.

PCOD/PCOS Complications and Treatment

TRACK 8: Obesity and Cardiovascular Diseases

Obesity plays a major role in the cardiac arrest. Overweight and obesity can be related to some cancers in women. Women with more weight and high blood pressure (HBP) lead to the heart attack. Arteries that pump blood to heart get objected due to the increase of fat which is bad cholesterol leads to the cardiac problems in women than men. Maintaining healthy weight help to reduce the risks of developing CVD. Overweight and obesity are defined by the World Health Organization as abnormal which results the rise in both cardiac output and blood pressure

Cardiovascular disorder (CVD) is the major cause of death and for some chronic disease in women.  Women with diabetes and who smoke are more at risk to cardiovascular disorders than men. The major cause of CVD in women is cigarette smoking, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, blood pressure, obesity and changes in lifestyle, metabolic syndrome and poor nutrition. Even though risk factors for CVD are similar in women and men. Obesity and Cardiovascular causes some of the major Diseases. Increase of LDL cholesterol, and total cholesterol and low HDL cholesterol.

TRACK 9: Birth Control, HIV and HPV

Pain during labour is different for every woman. Labor pain Varies from pregnancy to pregnancy. Some women might have different experience of labor pain from other women. It resembles menstrual cramps and for some women they might have diarrheal cramps. Birth control pills are safe but usage of combination pill can slightly increase your risk of health problems. These include Heart strokes, Blood pressures, Tumours in liver. Severity might cause death

HIV and HPV are two different infections which are transmitted sexually. These two infections have their own condition. HIV infects the immune system in the body and HPV affects the skin and moist membranes. HPV causes abnormal cell changes in the cervix and HPV leads to AIDS.  Women with HIV are at higher risk of also having HPV and cervical cancer. CD4 count, viral load are used to diagnose the HIV Method of Birth control.

Genital warts and cervical cancer are the sexually transmitted diseases caused by HPV

  • Barrier methods
  • Short& Long acting hormonal methods
  • Fertility awareness methods

TRACK 10: Neurology and Women’s Health

Neurology is the branch that deals with disorders that affect the brain, spinal cord and nerves. Reproductive health and issues related to women's hormones are much concerned and considered to be treated. Neurology studies the women’s condition and helps to work on Meditation and Maintenance of proper diet and health

Women health issues may vary over a period of time in lifecycle of women. Changes may occur at different levels like changes happen due to birth prevention, pregnancy and menopause. Neurology mainly focuses on the changes happening in women nerve stem at different stages of women lifecycle.

Neurological Effects on women’s Health

  • Persistent or sudden onset of a headache
  • A headache that changes or is different
  • Loss of feeling or tingling
  • Weakness or loss of muscle strength
  • Loss of sight or double vision

TRACK 11: Menopause & Menstrual Cycle

In women’s life if menstrual circle permanently stops then it is termed as Menopause stage. It is also named as change of life. There will be no menstrual cycle for 12 consecutive months or for 1 year. At this stage of life end of menstrual cycle is observed. There will be occurrence of some problems related to mental and physical are seen in women like anxiety, night sweats, an increased need to urinate. The menstrual cycle is a combination of several natural changes in hormones and structural changes of the uterus and ovaries of the female reproductive system which helps to make pregnancy possible. The ovarian cycle controls the release of eggs and production on the other hand it control the hormones like estrogen and progesterone.

  • Weight gain
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Breast reduction and tenderness
  • Changes in hair colour, texture and volume

TRACK 12: Female Cancers and Prevention & Treatment

Cancer is a disease where a group of abnormal cells grow together. In female cancers are predominantly growing as per the change in the lifestyle. Cancers are of different kinds in women. When the growth of cancer cells takes place in reproductive organs, it is called gynecologic cancer. Some kinds of cancers which are predominant in women are Breast cancer, Lung and Bronchus Cancer, Colon and Rectal Cancer, Uterine Cancer, Thyroid Cancer and Cervical and ovarian cancers. Among which Breast and Lung cancers are most commonly seen in majority of the women.

Prevention and Treatment for cancers

  • Avoiding smoking and other forms of tobacco products, lower consumption of processed meat, increased consumption of green, leafy vegetables, vaccination against HPV & Hepatitis B virus
  • Radiotherapy refers for the treatment of cancers and X-rays & Gamma rays, from outside the body and from outside the body teletherapy

TRACK 13: Health risks associated with Surrogacy

Surrogacy is an arrangement, often supported by a legal agreement, whereby a woman agrees to bear a child for another person who becomes the child parents after birth. Surrogacy is performed by the acceptance of the carrier women and the righteous parents of the child to be born. When pregnancy risks are too dangerous for the intended mother or a single man or a couple with no children wish to have a child. Surrogacy is considered as one of the best technique in the process of Reproduction

Where commercial surrogacy is legal, Parents willing to have a surrogate baby could arrange a surrogacy contract with the Surrogate woman who intends carrying the baby. Sometimes, Women might even offer Money to the surrogate mother as commercial surrogacy. They perform the entire Medical and psychological tests for the best chance of healthy gestation and delivery.

The process of injecting of Unknown Sperm into the Ovum of a woman or Injecting the unknown Ovaries with a human sperm into the human Ovum results successful formation of an embryo by IVF method is known as Surrogacy. Surrogate mothers don’t have any emotional affection with the babies and mentally and physically they were made strong. Some of the side effects or conditions that can develop during the pregnancy like gestational diabetes, hypertension or potential damage to your reproductive organs. Both surrogacy and adoption are expensive processes but surrogacy is more expensive than adoption. Surrogacy might have some of the side effects like

  • Sickness
  • Weight gain
  • Swelling
  • Back pain
  • Heartburn

TRACK 14: Women Oncology Rehabilitation and Pregnancy

Women who receive a cancer diagnosis during pregnancy and women who have undergone cancer treatments prior to pregnancy are facing unique and difficult challenges. Risk of most cancers development takes place in women with ages. Cancer during pregnancy is very rare. They are several kinds of cancer treatments are available but some cancer treatments are safe for the foetus during pregnancy and some are not. Most cancers do not spread from a woman to the foetus but some cancers may spread to woman’s placenta as well. During pregnancy x-rays, CT scans or nuclear medicine tests are safer for women Radiation of these x-rays would not harm the foetus of women in pregnancy.

 Common Symptoms during pregnancy for all women

TRACK 15: Avoidance of Miscarriage and Abortion

A miscarriage is defined as loss of a baby before 3months of maternity. Spontaneous abortion is also called as a miscarriage within the medical term but it isn’t an abortion in the common meaning. A miscarriage cannot be prevented in all the cases. Unavoidable factors cause most of the miscarriages. A healthy lifestyle before and through pregnancy may help in not having a miscarriage. Avoid radiation and sports that carry a higher risk for injury, special care to be taken to keep your abdomen safe while pregnant. All miscarriages are not caused by Genetic abnormalities. If you have had a miscarriage, take the advices from your health care provider to examine the reason for your miscarriage, if feasible, and to plan a future pregnancy. Taking proper food and sleep and healthy exercises throughout maternity might facilitate not to have a miscarriage. Intake of a minimum of 400 mcg of B complex daily, beginning at least one to 2 months before conception, if possible. Things that facilitate to avoid Miscarriage area unit as follows

  • Exercise often
  • Eat Healthy, Well-Balanced Meals
  • Manage stress
  • Keep your weight within normal limits

TRACK 16: Nutritional importance for Mental Growth in Women

Women trying to balance the demands of family and society in day to day life and also cope with media pressure to look and eat a certain healthy and study food on time can become difficult for any woman to maintain a healthy diet. But the right food can not only improve your body health it also helps to boost your mental health and can also support you through the different stages in a woman’s life. As women, many of us are frequently tends to neglect our own dietary needs. Women need more healthy and Nutritious food intake than men because they need more support of enzymes and calories and supplements to accept the challenges throughout your ever-changing life. Every woman has their own choices at work it may not always be the best and similar choice for another woman. Less intake of Dietary and nutritional food shows impact on mental health and the development of psychiatric disorders

Some of the major Components required for the mental health for women are omega-3 fatty acids, phospholipids, cholesterol, niacin, foliate, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12. Folate or vitamin B9 well known as Folic acid is more important to women and children to avoid Neurological affects. Iron helps in the development of Structural body and mental health. Calcium intake in women is much needed than to men. Iron helps to create the hemoglobin that carries oxygen in your blood. Women mental health can be supported by having Rich proteins intake and Removing Stress by Regular Exercises and Meditation.

TRACK 17: Impact of Cancer Treatment on Reproductive Health and Fertility

Cancer surgery can show some impact in the process of fertility by removing reproductive organs. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy have toxic effects on the gonads in many cases it might show some effects on reproductive health, impairment of hormone production and drawback in and sexual function in adults.

There are some of the Treatments involved for the Removal of the Reproductive Organs in your body at the time of cancer treatment that infected on the part. Hysterectomy is surgery to remove the uterus, if there is an unborn in the uterus, by the removal of uterus the woman cannot get pregnant. Oophorectomy is a surgery used to remove the ovaries. Once the ovaries are removed it cannot produce the eggs. A woman can’t get pregnant without them.

Factors that have impact on Fertility at Women Cancer Treatment

  • The patient’s age and stage of development
  • The type and extent of surgery
  • Radiation therapy
  • Hormone therapy
  • Targeted therapy
  •  Immunotherapy

TRACK 18: Impact of Gender Differentiation and Women Abuse on Mental Health

Impact of Gender differentiation and Women abuse on women’s health become a major issue. Violence against women is a global problem that includes domestic violence, sexual abuse of girls and women, trafficking of women, violence against female patients including abuse of doctor-patient relationships, and harassment and discrimination of women at the workplace. Violence against women in all socio cultural effects makes women to Distress and abnormal health conditions

In women’s life there is a lot of impact of society’s behaviour which leads to Psychological and Physiological distress. Gender differentiation and Women abuse results the violence of physical, sexual or psychological harm which brings suffering to women. These impacts even show some of the behavioural changes in women as sleeping and eating disorders, depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, self-harm and suicide attempts. Mental imbalance in women at Gender differentiation and Women abuse includes these factors

TRACK 19: Diabetics in Women

Diabetes mellitus is commonly termed as Diabetes. Diabetes in women leads to many variations in health which leads to the disorders. Diabetes is obtained due to increase of sugar levels in blood. Acute Diabetes leads to Heart diseases and Hypertension in women. Diabetes should be treated soon negligence leads to major complications. In women Diabetes show much impact at different stages in woman’s life like menstrual cycle, Birth control, During pregnancy, Fertility related problems, Menopause.

Symptoms of Diabetes in Woman

  • Vaginal itching and pain
  • Vaginal discharge
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome
  • Decrease in sex drive
  • Weight loss or gain
  • Irritability

TRACK 20: Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases are an infection that is passed from one to another in human through sexual contact. This could be seen by epithelial duct, oral, and sodomy. Typically, they will unfold through skin-to-skin contact likewise

Both men and women get affected by STD’s cause serious health issues for the baby. STD is diagnosed by Blood tests, Urinary Tests and microscopic examination of a sore or fluid picked up from the epithelial duct, penis, or anus. Physical test is one in all the strategies. HPV and hepatitis B are often prevented victimization vaccines. Antibiotics will treat STDs caused by microorganism or parasites. However, there's no cure for STDs caused by virus. Medication will facilitate to lower your risk of spreading the infection.

Some of the Sexually Transmitted Diseases

  • Chlamydia
  • HPV and HIV
  • Syphilis
  • Gonorrhea
  • Pubic lice

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