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What Is a cervical cancer screening?

A: Signs of cellular changes that might lead to cervical cancer are detected through cervical cancer screening, which for many women is part of a full pelvic exam. In cervical cancer screening, a sample of cells from the cervix is collected, and these cells are then examined under a microscope for signs of cancer. This test is also known as a Pap test, Pap smear or smear test, and it is a very important part of cervical cancer prevention. In addition to a Pap test, a woman might also undergo a test for the presence of...
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cervical cancer vaccine

A: What the human papilloma virus (HPV) isHPV and cancerResearch into vaccines to prevent HPVThe HPV vaccination programmeIf girls are sexually active before having the vaccineSide effects of the vaccineDo we still need cervical cancer screening? What the human papilloma virus (HPV) isThere are over 100 different types of human papilloma virus (HPV). It is sometimes called the ‘wart virus’ or ‘genital wart virus’ as some types of HPV cause genital warts. The virus is passed on from one person to another through sexual contact. Many women will be infected with the HPV virus at some time during their lifetime. Often the virus causes no harm and goes away without treatment. HPV and
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What Is the Connection Between Breast and cervical cancer?

A: There are a number of connections between breast and cervical cancer. Most patients affected with breast cancer are women, and all cervical cancer patients are female. Women are routinely screened for both of these types of cancer in the hopes that an early diagnosis will allow for more effective treatment. Some risk factors, such as prolonged oral contraceptive use and smoking, are considered to increase the likelihood of developing these cancers. A rare disease called Peutz-Jeghers syndrome can cause both types of cancer in some affected women.. The clearest connection between breast and

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Can you die if you don't get checked out for cervical cancer?

A: Yes, you can but it is treatable! Go to the doctors and find out! It may not be something you want to do but you have to if you want to be safe! Getting checked isn''t going to prevent it. But you should go get checked. I went one time and they told me that I had cancerous Cells, and we prevented it before it happend. You HAVE to get checked. What makes you think you wouldn''t? Early detection is crucial in any type of cancer, if you had it and never got checked it could eventually spread to other areas in your body and could result in death. I was diagnosed with cervical Dysplasia which is pre-cancer. I was very lucky, if I would have let it go there is a very good possiblity I would have...


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Do teens get cervical cancer

A: Only when sexually active before marriage. It is not possible to get cervical cancer by a teenager, unless she is very active in sex and have intercourse with a person having HPV virus in in him. The main reason for getting cervical cancer is by HPV Virus. So to overcome this problem please read the following - The American cancer Society, U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) offer the following recommendations for teens and young women: # Begin testing about 3 years after the first time of vaginal intercourse, but no later than age 21. Get a Pap smear each year until age 30. Adolescent girls should see...


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What is the STD that causes cervical cancer?

A: Several...all of them can, I believe. HPV (which is NOT an STD, but can be caused by some STDs) might be the one you''re thinking of. It''s advertised to get the guardasil shot to prevent it. Of course, as I said, most STDs can cause this virus and lead to cervical cancer. HPV - Human Papilloma Virus theres a vaccine for it. hpv otherwise known as human papilloma virus It''s called HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) Its not actually an STD even though it IS spread through sex. I have it & I have had it for over 10 years now! It is SO common & I think most females in the U.S are carrying it, But if you have it, the chances of you getting cervical cancer are SLIM & less than 1% of it...


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What Are the Different Types of cancer screening?

A: cancer is defined as an out of control growth of abnormal cells. These malignant cells do not die, but continue to grow abnormally and uncontrolled. Unlike normal cells, malignant or cancerous cells may grow to invade other healthy tissues in the body. Diagnostic tools such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET) scan, and computed tomography (CT) scan may be used as cancer screening tests. A mammogram, pap test, colonoscopy, and prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test may also be used to screen for cancer with the hope of catching the disease in its earliest stages. Diagnostic imaging tests may be used as cancer...
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What type of cervical cancer did Jade Goody have?

A: Jade Goody, the British reality star whose death from cervical cancer boosted cervical cancer screening rates in Great Britain, was diagnosed with advanced cervical cancer. It progressed rapidly, spreading to other organs, and she died less than a year later. She was only 28 years old.. ...


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If I have High risk hpv and have a normal pap what are the chances of getting cervical cancer

A: High risk HPV ? High risk hpv causes precancerous cells to form and to be safe you need to have regular cervical cancer screenings i would do this every year a normal pap should tell you that you are safe for now and this means that you need to keep check on this as i said. and always go to a doctor if you dont feel right in the body. and any thing out of the normal please follow up with a doctor then!...
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Can you feel cervical cancer?

A: I have had cervical cancer, and no I did not feel it as you have described. However something is surely going on here and you definately need to go to the Dr. Sometimes the pain in the side is due to the ovaries. Do not put this off. Please get checked out. It may be a cyst. You usually don''t feel cancer of anykind. Your cervix is in the center of you so even it it had a large tumor on it (very unlikely) you wouldn''t feel it on one side of your body. If I was betting, I would put odds on an issue with your ovaries before thinking it was your cervix. I suggest you see your ob/gyn and have them take a look at whats going on. Sounds like you need some help and waiting is only giving whatever is wrong more time to get...


 
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