The International Journal of Global Sciences (TIJOGS)
Qurat-ul-Ain1, Nazia Nayazi2
Department of Gender studies, Bahauddin Zakriya University Multan, Pakistan
Institute of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development University of Faisalabad
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2019 / Vol: 2 / Issue: 3
The low level of awareness, social & financial problems as well as poor screening uptake have been linked to the high prevalence of breast cancer in our environment. To determine the social, financial, medical, sexual and psychological problems faced by females having breast cancer in southern Punjab, Pakistan. This study was organized on breast cancer patient in southern Punjab and patients of Minar hospital to Check the socio and psychological impact of breast removing women. Sample size was 120 patients of Minar hospital Multan. The data will examine numerically such as averages, percentages and irritated tabulations will apply to current data. Maximum female patients belong to rural area of Southern Punjab. These female come to Minar hospital Multan for the purpose of treatment. The 68.3% female patients consulted to the medical doctor of breast cancer. But then also maximum female’s patient has health care barriers due to the shortage of money and women faced a lot problem like cultural barriers. Maximum females respond that the treatment of their disease create a huge problems in the world and leaves a huge burden on family members. A lower class people cannot afford a huge amount for the treatment of the disease of breast cancer. The 52.5% females faced a difficulty about sexual attractiveness of highest level. The 64.2% females feel less feminine after breast surgery. After the surgery maximum female’s patients are worry about their husband because their husband not give attention of them after the surgery. The 88.3% female’s patients are completely hopeful about their future life. The 52.5% females faced a huge about sexual interest or activity. The 88.3% females feel un survive after the operate. The 90.8% females feel comfortable different after the surgery than before the surgery. The 56.7% females are worry about their sexual attractiveness.
Key words: breast cancer, social status, southern Punjab
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