What is Cervical Cancer?
Cancer that occurs in the cervix (cervical). The third most frequently detected cancer in women after breast cancer and colorectal cancer. The country is estimated 1,500 women are diagnosed as having cervical cancer per year. Cervical cancer accounted for 6% of cancer death in women.
Cervical referred to any structure shaped like a neck. Cervical means neck of the uterus. It is part of the uterus that opens into the vagina. Cervical covered by two types of cells.
The first type of lining the outside of the cervix and the lining of the cervix. In between these two cell types is there an intersection known as the transformation zone or change the zone. It was here that the PAP smear test samples to be taken because this is where usually there are changes called dysplasia or pre-cancerous changes and the occurrence of cancer.
Risk Factors Associated with Cell Growth Cancer as Follows:
- Having multiple sex of partners
- Launch a sexual liaison at too young
- Do not use a condom during sexual intercourse
- You and your spouse gets an outbreak of genital wart
- The outbreak of germs through sexual intercourse as ‘HPV’ (Human Papilloma Virus/ wart virus)
- Poor hygiene care is difficult members
- Low socio-economic background
- Using birth control pills for a long time
- HIV positive
- Poor resistance against illnesses, caused by an infection or certain disease
Signs Symptoms of Cervical Cancer
- Vaginal discharge is watery and smelly
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Bleeding from the vagina between periods or after sex
- Any bleeding from the vagina after menopause
Ministry of Health statistic show, approximately 26 percent are women undergo pap smear tests, while 74 percent are focusing on breast cancer screening. Generally women have to undergo three types of checks that breast cancer tests, ultra sound and pap smear at least two years.
Cervical cancer can be categorized into four stages, which is basically used to determine the type o treatment and prognosis are as follows:
STAGE O – The abnormal cells are found in the first layer of cells lining the cervix. It no longer penetrate the tissues of the others cervix.
STAGE I – Malignant cells that are focused only on the cervix and has not spread.
STAGE II – Cancer cells have spread beyond the cervix, involves the upper 1/3 of the vagina.
STAGE III – Cancer cells have spread to the pelvis and bottom 1/3 of the vagina.
STAGE IV – Has spread to the rectum, bladder and other parts of the body
Cervical Cancer Treatment
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