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Real talk with Marianne Pomeroy Check yourselves ladies As women, how often do we find ourselves thinking "I'll get to that later", or "I have no time". Juggling the demands of work, family commitments, and social commitments (among other things) often leaves little time for anything else. But listening to your body and prioritising your needs, particularly your health needs, is important. Here's 5 key health checks I encourage women to do regularly: / Cervical screening test: this tests for signs of irregularities that could lead to cervical cancer, if untreated. Speak to your GP about how frequently you should get screenings. / Ovarian Cancer Symptom Diary: a tool to help record symptoms that may be associated with ovarian cancer and other conditions. Collect your FREE symptom diary this February at your local TerryWhite Chemmart. / Breast Cancer Screening: each of us should regularly check our breasts for changes or irregularities, particularly if there's family history of breast cancer. Mammograms are recommended for women aged 50-74 years without a history of breast cancer. Yvette's fory Mum of three, Yvette, had experienced some bloating and period-like pain. Nothing too concerning, but because of a past hernia, she thought she should get a check-up. Thankfully, her doctor referred her to a gynaecological oncologist who then sent her for an MRI. On 3 July 2020 during the height of COVID-19 in Australia, Yvette was diagnosed with primary peritoneal cancer (PPC) which is closely linked to ovarian cancer, with similar symptoms and treatment. Each day in Australia, four women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and three will die from the disease. The overall five-year survival rate for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer is 46%, and for 70% of patients diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer, it will come back. In order to improve the prognosis of the disease, we need to increase awareness and funding for ovarian cancer. "I am hopeful that funding for ovarian cancer will enable a lot of women to have a longer and more fulfilled life. It feels a bit unfair that it's so unknown and underfunded compared to other cancers. This is why l'm so passionate in my role at Ovarian Cancer Australia. I know that what we do, together with supporters like you, can have an incredible impact on women faced with ovarian cancer now and in the future" says Yvette. / Blood Pressure Check: there's a misconception hypertension (high blood pressure) is more likely to affect males, but both genders are equally prone. Book a blood pressure check at your local TerryWhite Chemmart. / Skin check: this is another you should do at home, closely monitoring freckles, moles or skin blemishes and looking out for any changes in size, shape, colour or irregularities. See your GP if you notice anything unusual, and book in for regular skin checks. Remember to check yourself, listen to your body, and speak to your local TerryWhite Chemmart pharmacist or a health professional if something doesn't feel right. Self-care isn't just important; it could save your life. Now that Yvette has a better understanding and lived experience of ovarian cancer, she is committed to making sure more women like her have the best chance of survival. "I encourage all women to seek advice if they have any new and persistent symptoms, and hope that by sharing my story it could make a difference between someone making a doctor's appointment or not." With your help, Ovarian Cancer Australia supports women with ovarian cancer, primary peritoneal and fallopian tube cancer. Ovarian Cancer Australia is in its 20th year, leading change and supporting women with ovarian cancer. IT IS ESTIMATED 1,530 AUSTRALIAN WOMEN UASTERGIAES DPERTS TRAINED ARE DIAGNOSED EACH YEAR Marianne Pomeroy Pharmacist TerryWhite Chemmart Hornsby NSW *Source: Ovarian Cancer Australia

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