H II is a cancer that develops in the cervical neck and spreads in and out of the cervix. This is due to the abnormal growth of the particles in the area. These cells or cells have a tendency to rapidly spread and attack other areas of the body.
When the problem arises there are no more original symptoms of vaginal bleeding, hip pain and pain during the marriage, sometimes the bleeding after the marriage.
The virus that causes the disease is a virus called Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) which has been seen in over 90 percent. A person who has had this infection before and has recovered, may not recover because he or she has already developed a permanent vaccine against these HPV viruses.
HOW THE PROBLEM IS FINDING
Cancer begins when a person is diagnosed with the HPV virus until the autoimmune disease takes between ten to twenty years and the factors that contribute to the occurrence or progression of cancer are smoking, immune dysfunction, sexual activity at a young age immediately after breaking the vagina or before that and having multiple partners or changing your sexual partner regularly.
The most common form of cervical cancer is called Squamous Cell Carcinoma although there is one called Adenocarcinoma.
SATANICAL CHARACTERISTIC SIGNALS
In the early stages, cervical cancer usually does not show any symptoms. Symptoms begin to appear later, eg vaginal bleeding, such as after menstruation or menopause and bleeding vaginal bleeding, vaginal bleeding during menstruation, or during labor especially after menopause.
Under normal circumstances, a woman with cervical cancer does not have a vaginal tumor. Sometimes you experience pain when you perform an act of marriage as well as an unintentional bleeding. A woman with this problem may also have vaginal bleeding, but there is no irritation.
Cervical cancer when diagnosed and treated spreads to the stomach, lungs and other parts of the body causing symptoms such as loss of appetite, weight loss, waist circumference, back and legs, swollen feet, excessive bleeding, bones broken itself, urine and a large toilet from random.
Cervical cancer is screened at the hospital. It is recommended that any woman of childbearing age be in the habit of regularly testing at the hospital. For cervical cancer, early screening is important to know if changes have begun. If you have already, then you will get treatment before the problem becomes serious. The tests used to diagnose cancer are Pap Smear although other tests are Ultrasound and X-Ray, blood tests, urine will also be used.
CARE AND COUNSELING
Cervical cancer has four main stages and when diagnosed early is treated and completely cured, especially in the first and second stages. Other treatments depend on the stages that the disease has reached so there is a complete recovery or recovery so it is best to have regular screening at health facilities and district hospitals.
Cervical cancer prevention is to abstain from sex at an early age, to avoid having multiple partners or to switch men with whom you have sex.
Make sure you have one partner you trust and avoid unsafe sex. Keep yourself clean especially in the genital area and avoid frequent vaginal infections if they occur, treat