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Az Gelişmiş Bir Ülkede Servik Kanserde Çocuk Sayısı, Gebelikten Korunma ve Çok Eşliliğin Tehlikeli Sonuçları: Bangladeş

Hazardous Consequences of Polygamy, Contraceptives and Number of Childs on cervical cancer in a low incoming country: Bangladesh

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Background: Cervical cancer is the one of the most alarming disease among female in the low incoming country like Bangladesh. The societies of Bangladesh are conservative because of lacking education and consciousness. The information on Bangladeshi female’s cervical cancer factors is not available. Purpose: To retrieve the associations among the factors with cervical cancer and to raise awareness among the women of society. Methods: A case-control study has been acquitted on 426 participants of both patients and non-patients from February 2014 till July 2014. Through a precise questionnaire based on former study the whole data collection process done. For analyzing of data some tasks like binary logistic regression, odds ratio, crosstabs and p-value tests have executed. Results: Factors like First sex at the age below 16, Lack of knowledge about cervical cancer, number of children above 3, STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection) affection, previous cervical cancer history are founded highly significant on the other hand oral contraception taken, contraception used and vaccine taken factors are significantly lower than the previous factors. Conclusions: The analysis would help to predict the risk factors of the cervical cancer and may help to diminish the cancer not only from Bangladesh but all over the world.
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Rahim ağzı kanseri Bangladeş gibi az gelişmiş bir ülkede kadınlar arasında en tehlikeli hastalıklardan biridir. Bangladeş toplumları eğitim ve bilinç eksikliği nedeniyle tutuculardır. Bangladeşli kadınların servikal kanser faktörleriyle ilgili bilgileri bulunmamaktadır. Amaç: Rahim ağzı kanseri ile ilgili dernek kurmak için ve toplumdaki kadınları bilinçlendirmek. Yöntem: Çalışma Şubat 2014-Temmuz 2014 tarihleri arasında ankete katılan hasta olan ve olmayan 426 kadın ile gerçekleştirilmiştir. Verilerin analizinde binary logistic regression, odds ratio, crosstabs ve p-value testleri kullanılmıştır. Bulgular: 16 yaş altında ilk cinsel ilişki, rahim ağzı kanseri hakkında bilgi eksikliği, 3 den fazla çocuk sayısı, STI (cinsel yolla bulaşan enfeksiyonlar) gibi faktörler yüksek oranda bulunurken, gebelikten korunma yöntemleri hakkındaki bilgiler az orandadır. Sonuç: Bu çalışma serviks kanseri risk faktörlerini tahmin etmeye yardımcı olarak yalnızca Bangladeş değil tüm dünyada kanseri azaltmada yardımcı olabilir.



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