Cancer! This word is enough to turn your world upside down. Cervical cancer might not be the most common cancer affecting women but it has pretty serious after-effects. It’s physically and mentally traumatic for people suffering from cancer as well as their families. But you might be able to prevent the ordeal if you are aware of the early signs and symptoms.
In today’s video let’s discuss the important things that every woman should know about cervical cancer. Is it completely preventable? Does regular screening help? We’re discussing all that and more…
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Intro – 0:00
First, what exactly is cervical cancer? – 00:34
Interested in knowing the symptoms of cervical cancer? – 02:02
What causes cervical cancer? – 03:16
Can cervical cancer be prevented? – 04:22
Did you know a few people could be at a higher risk of getting cervical cancer? – 06:59
But there’s no need to be scared of this cancer. – 08:19
Coming to the treatment part. – 08:41
First, what exactly is cervical cancer?
The cervix is the connection between the birth canal and the uterus. The uterus is a sac in which the fetus grows. The lower part of the uterus terminates into the cervix. It might look like a doughnut and is covered with layers of cells.
Interested in knowing the symptoms of cervical cancer?
The early stages of cervical cancer are pretty symptom-free. So much so that you might not even feel any pain or discomfort. It’s not possible to feel cancer growth with your fingers. But if you come across a bump in your vaginal passage make sure to visit your gynecologist. You could have a tiny cyst or polyp completely unrelated to cervical cancer.
What causes cervical cancer?
Most cancers of the body occur from damage to the DNA but almost 99% of cervical cancers are caused by the human papillomavirus or HPV. It is a group of viruses that has more than a hundred varieties.
Can cervical cancer be prevented?
Your doctor will screen you to find out whether you have cervical cancer. Regular screening can help to prevent you from developing cervical cancer as there are no stark signs of early changes. Early detection can put an end to its seriousness.
Did you know a few people could be at a higher risk of getting cervical cancer?
Women who are chronic smokers have compromised immunity. So when they get infected by HPV their body’s natural mechanism cannot fight it off causing the virus to stay and multiply. Studies have shown cigarettes and chronic tobacco smoking put you at a greater risk of cervical cancer.
But there’s no need to be scared of this cancer.
The prognosis of cervical cancer is good and your chances of being cancer-free are better than in other cancers.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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