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What are the causes of Herpes?
any intimate sexual contact, can affect any mucus membrane (cold sores)
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What are the different types of Breast Cancer?
invasive/non-invasive/secondary/invasive lobular/inflammatory/paget's disease
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Name 4 different symptoms of Testicular Cancer
lump or swelling/dull ache in the testicles or scrotum/feeling of heaviness/fatigue/collection of fluid in your scrotum (hydrocele)
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Name 4 different symptoms of Breast Cancer
lump or thickened tissue/change in size or shape of breasts/discharge from the ******/rash/dimpling on the skin/ pain in breast or armpit (axilla)
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Give 4 causes of Anorexia Nervosa
abuse/social pressure/going through puberty/affected balance of hormones
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How is Herpes treated for?
antiviral tablets which you will need to take five times a day, they work by preventing HSV from multiplying.
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Give 4 causes of Testicular Cancer
family history/age/height/smoking/undescended testes/infertility/HIV AIDS/race
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Give 4 causes of Breast Cancer
age/family history/alcohol/breast density/obesity/radiation/being tall
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Name 4 different MALE symptoms of Gonorrhoea
an unusual discharge from the tip of the penis, usually yellow or green in colour/pain when urinating/inflammation of the foreskin/pain or tenderness in the testicles
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What is Leukaemia?
Leukaemia is a cancer of the white blood cells, that originates in the bone marrow
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Name 4 different symptoms of Leukaemia
weight loss/fatigue/night sweats/easy bleeding and brusing
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How is Chlamydia caused?
unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex/your genitals coming into contact with your partners genitals
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How is Herpes diagnosed?
swab is used to collect a sample of fluid from one of the blisters
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Name 4 different MALE symptoms of chlamydia
pain when urinating/discharge from the tip of the penis/pain in the testicles
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Name 4 different symptoms of Herpes
vaginal discharge/painful red blisters/pain when passing urine/generally unwell
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Give 4 different treatments for Breast Cancer
surgery/chemotherapy/radiotherapy/hormone therapy/multi-disciplinary team (MDT)
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Name 4 different symptoms of Anorexia Nervosa
weight loss/hair thinning/dizziness/swelling in hands and feet
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How is Leukaemia caused?
causes are not established but there are many risks; smoking/previous cancer/radiation exposure/benzene exposure/blood disorders
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How is Gonorrhoea caused?
unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex./ can also be passed on through pregnancy from a mother to her baby
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Name the bacteria that causes Gonorrhoea to occur
Neisseria Gonorrhoeae
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How is Anorexia treated?
cognitive analytical therapy/ cognitive behavioural therapy/ interpersonal therapy/ focal psycho-dynamic therapy/ family therapy/ medication to treat symptoms of OCD
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How is Testicular Cancer diagnosed?
only 35% of lumps are cancerous./ GP may do a physical examination/ blood tests/ ultrasound/ MRI scans
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How is Chlamydia treated?
Chlamydia is treated with antibiotics. azithromycin and doxycycline
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Name 4 different FEMALE symptoms of Gonorrhoea
pain when passing urine/unusual discharge/pain in lower abdomen/ bleeding between periods/ bleeding after sex
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How is Leukaemia treated?
chemotherapy/radiotherapy/bone marrow or stem cell transplant/growth factors to stimulate bone marrow
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How is Gonorrhoea tested for?
male- urine sample or swab via urethra/ female-a swab via internal exam or self swab
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How is Leukaemia diagnosed?
physical examination of lymph nodes/ CT scan/ blood test/ sample of bone marrow through lumbar puncture
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Name 4 different FEMALE symptoms of Chlamydia
pain when urinating/bleeding after sex/heavier periods/pain in lower abdomen
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What is Anorexia Nervosa?
Anorexia Nervosa is a serious mental health condition that leads into an eating disorder.
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How is Chlamydia tested for?
urine sample and occasionally a swab test
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How is Gonorrhoea treated?
it is treated with a single does of antibiotics, usually as an injection although can be given as a pill
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