Symptoms Early Cervical Cancer and its Prevention

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Symptoms early cervical cancer rarely seen, may not even cause any symptoms at all until the cancer cells spread to surrounding tissue. Therefore it is advisable to do a Pap smear to detect cervical cancer and can continue handling precancerous.

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Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that occurs in the cells of the cervix which is located on the part of the uterus connected to the vagina. The Human papillomavirus or HPV is the cause of most cases of cervical cancer, which is one of the sexually transmitted disease that is highly contagious through sexual intercourse and/or direct contact of skin to skin in the genital area.
Symptoms early cervical cancer generally not seen any signs of anything. The symptoms will be visible when the cancer has already spread in the surrounding tissue. Symptoms can appear such as:

Vaginal bleeding that is irregular is the most common symptom of cervical cancer. The bleeding may occur between menstrual periods or after sex. Bleeding can also occur in women who are already menopause, and this condition is a sign of the presence of cervical cancer or other serious conditions.
In addition to vaginal bleeding, vaginal discharge that is watery and mixed with blood can also be a symptom of cervical cancer. In addition, vaginal discharge can also have a foul odor, clear-coloured or tanned.
Pelvic pain or when the sexual intercourse.
Most people infected with HPV do not experience any symptoms. But, some types of the HPV virus exist that can produce symptoms that look like genital warts or cancer.

After the initial symptoms appear, usually to be followed by other symptoms are more severe such as: pelvic pain, difficulty urinating and large, weight loss, body feels weak, until the swelling of one or both legs.

Yet there are ways to prevent cervical cancer, but some of the following ways You can do to reduce the risk of experiencing cancer of the cervix:

Cervical screening or pap smear

A Pap smear is the best way to identify changes in the cells of the cervix the early stages. Symptoms early cervical cancer can be detected by seeing if there are abnormal cells in the cervix or the cervix. By detecting and removing cervical cells that are abnormal can prevent cervical cancer. A Pap smear is recommended for women aged 25-49 years every 3 years once. While for women aged 50-64 once every year. For women over the age of 65 years must perform a pap smear if since the age of 50 years have not done this procedure.

In addition to the pap smear, examination of HPV or the HPV DNA Test is also suggested to determine the presence or absence of the HPV virus that can cause cancer in the cervix. This examination is recommended to be done on women aged 30 years and above.

Do safe sex

The majority of cervical cancer associated with infection of the human papilloma virus (HPV) which can spread through unprotected sex. For example, changing partners and sexual activity at an early age. The use of condoms can reduce the risk of spread of infection with this virus. HPV can also be transmitted through sex penetrative such as the presence of skin to skin contact in the genital area or use of sex aids interchangeably.

Cervical cancer vaccination

Although the HPV vaccine can reduce the risk of cancer of the cervix, but does not guarantee You will not experience cervical cancer. You are still advised to undergo a pap smear to detect cervical cancer. The vaccine is recommended given the girls age 12-13 years and repeated every 6 months for 3 times of administration.

Avoid smoking

Smoking can result in You can not fight the HPV infection which is likely to turn into cancer of the body. Know and learn the ways to quit smoking and consult Your doctor.

Do not wait until the symptoms of early cervical cancer appears, please do a pap smear if You feel at risk for infection with the HPV virus. If other symptoms appear related to the health of Your uterus, don't hesitate to consult your doctor.