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Cancer of Cervix (Cervical Cancer)

Information about Cancer Of Cervix (Cervical Cancer)

We Have to Know about the Cancer Of Cervix (Cervical Cancer)

  • Cervical cancer begins with abnormal, microscopic changes in cells in the outer layer of the cervix. If changes continue to occur, cells may become cancerous and grow out of control
  • It can remain in the early stage for 2-10 years
  • Detecting cervical cancer early dramatically increases your chances of survival

Could be dangerous, if the answer is YES for any one of the following questions

  • Any discharge from the vagina?
  • Any foul smell?
  • Any bleeding or mass per vaginum?

Causes of Cancer Of Cervix (Cervical Cancer)

  • Infection with certain types of human papillomavirus (HPV), which slowly damages the cells that line the cervix
  • HPV is a very common infection among sexually active women, but only a small number of women who get infected develop cervical cancer

Do’s and Don’ts of Cancer Of Cervix (Cervical Cancer)

  • Practicing safe sex prevents exposure to HPV. This also will reduce your risk of developing HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Use condoms during vaginal intercourse to decrease your risk of HPV infection (unless you have only one uninfected sexual partner)

Signs & Symptoms of Cancer Of Cervix (Cervical Cancer)

  • Blood-tinged or discolored vaginal discharge, spotting after intercourse or abnormal bleeding
  • More advanced stages of cervical cancer can cause pelvic pain, appetite loss, weight loss, and anemia

Medical advice for Cancer Of Cervix (Cervical Cancer)

  • Abdominal pain
  • Weight loss
  • An unusual discharge from the vagina
  • Blood spots or light bleeding outside the time of your normal period
  • Significant pain or bleeding during sex
  • For women with advanced cervical cancer, significant vaginal bleeding could indicate that cancer has broken into nearby blood vessels. This requires immediate medical attention at the hospital

Risk factors of Cancer Of Cervix (Cervical Cancer)

  • Women who are infected with HIV are more likely to develop cervical abnormalities if they are infected with HPV

Treatment for Cancer Of Cervix (Cervical Cancer)

  • Radiation

Self-care for Cancer Of Cervix (Cervical Cancer)

  • Avoid radiation exposure

Investigations for Cancer Of Cervix (Cervical Cancer)

  • Pelvic Exam
  • Pap Test
  • Biopsy
Causes of Cancer Of Cervix
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