Cervical Cancer Awareness Month & Ribbon
Cervical Cancer is the disease that initiates in the cervix of women. Cervix is the inferior fine closing of the uterus that unites the vagina to the superior part of the uterus. All diseases are not deadly but Cervical Cancer is one such type of disease which mandates immediate attention and cure.
Usually Cervical Cancer has no symptoms. How do you know if you are Cervical Cancer patient!? Do not worry! The below mentioned Signs & Symptoms would make you aware of this disease:
Chances are likely that this disease spreads through the bladder, intestines, lungs and liver. Although there are no major complications noted until the cancer is at an advanced stage. Symptoms of Cervical Cancer include the following:
Cervical Cancer can be treated with the following steps;
The treatment for Cervical Cancer depends on how much the cancer has advanced and the treatment is given accordingly. It is not necessary that only one treatment for this disease is given. The patient might have to undergo a combination of treatments.
Human Papillomavirus or HPV is the culprit causing Cervical Cancer. This virus is transmitted by having sexual contact with someone who is the prior owner of this disease. Although there are numerous types of HPV Virus, not all types really lead to cervical cancer. Most people have HPV Virus in them for years unaware of its existence. This makes mandatory for women to undergo Pap test to detect any changes incurred before they take the form of cancer.
Cervical Cancer virus cannot be detected with naked eye. Special tests and tools are required to detect this disease. Women have to undergo the following tests and its procedures;
The following measures can be accepted to avoid cervical cancer;
The early-stage cervical cancer treatment averages $20,225 whilst the advanced stage cancer would cost you around $36,912.
The side-effects of treating cervical cancer through various treatments include;