Why only women with the 'Angelina Jolie gene' should have their ovaries removed



It's becoming increasingly common for pre-menopausal women to have their ovaries removed to prevent cancer.
But now scientists warn the practice should not be offered unless women have a faulty gene which puts them in the 'high risk category'.
Experts said women under 46 who have had both ovaries removed were at a significantly higher risk of a host of health problems, including heart disease, depression and asthma.
The procedure - known as a bilateral oophorectomy - is a preventative measure against ovarian cancer, is believed to accelerate the ageing process.
It is advised women with a... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Health, Views: 35
Source: Daily Mail
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