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Wednesday, May 8, 2019

7 warning symptoms of cervical cancer that every women should know


Cervical cancer is the third most common cancer in women worldwide after breast and bowel cancer, while in our country ranks tenth. Cervical cancer is the only cancer that can be completely enlightened and prevented.

Risk Factors For Cervical Cancer:

Human Papilloma virus (HPV) infection
Early sexual intercourse (before age 16) 
The presence of more than one sexual partner
Smoking
Diet (consume less fruits and vegetables increases the risk of cervical cancer)
Number of high fertility
Low socioeconomic level
Use of birth control pills for more than 5 years, especially
Symptoms of cervical cancer:

The majority of HPV infections do not cause symptoms or disease, and they can be cured by themselves. However, certain HPV types (mostly 16 and 18) may cause pre-cancerous lesions. If not treated, these lesions may progress to cervical cancer, but this progress usually takes many years. The symptoms of cervical cancer, however, tend to occur when the cancer reached an advanced stage. Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women.:

Abnormal vaginal bleeding between menstrual periods or after sexual intercourse
Pain during sexual intercourse
Pain in the back, legs, or pelvic area
Fatigue, weight loss, loss of appetite
Smelling vaginal discomfort or discharge
Swelling in one leg
Pain during urination
Diagnosis:

Screening and early diagnosis with cervical cancer which full recovery is possible, today, is located far behind the leading cause of cancer death. Regular cervical cancer screening say that it is possible to have a woman who would not die from cervical cancer. For this reason, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends screening of cervical cancer in all countries nationwide.

Today 99.9% of cervical cancer is caused by HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) infection. Early detection of HPV in the cervix refers to changes in the precursors of cancer in the cervix and facilitates the diagnosis of cancer. Today, cervical cancer screening HPV testing location. The HPV test is a test that is based on the detection of the virus in the cells of the cervix.

National Cancer screening according to the standards in our country in the age group 30-65 years are screened with both Pap smear and HPV test every 5 woman again with the positive cases are evaluated.

A Pap test is a test that measures the amount of cells in the cervix.HPV testing and smear testing are very simple and painless procedures.

Treatment:

Cervical cancer surgery, radiation therapy and drug therapy (chemotherapy), such as different treatment options are applied.

Protection:

The most common types of HPV are the papillomavirus (HPV) and the human papillomavirus (HPV). The World Health Organization recommends vaccination against cervical cancer for girls aged 9-13.
Screening tests are performed on a regular basis from the age of 30. 
Education in safe sex 
Not to use non 
A healthy diet made of fruits and vegetables