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What Is Stage 4 cervical cancer?

A: cervical cancer occurs when there is a cancerous growth on the cervix. Stage 4 cervical cancer is considered to be the most advanced stage of this type of cancer. In this stage, cancer has spread from the female productive organs to other areas of the body. Diagnosing cervical cancer involves a thorough physical examination, and treatment usually includes surgery.. In women, the cervix is the lower one-third of the uterus, also known as the womb. It makes up the narrow neck of the uterus as well as the opening to the endo

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What Is the Relationship Between cervical cancer and Pregnancy?

A: The most common reproductive cancer in women between the ages of 15 and 50 is cervical cancer. The link between cervical cancer and pregnancy has been much researched. While some studies on pregnant women who have cervical cancer have concluded that the course of the cancer is not affected by pregnancy, they have also determined that women in this group have higher chances of stillborn deliveries. Some researchers hypothesize that pregnant women who have early-stage cervical cancer are more likely to have that cancer...


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How To Treat cervical cancer

A: cervical cancer is the presence of a malignant tumor in the cervix; the cervix is found at the lower end of the uterus of the female reproductive system. The symptoms of cervical cancer are usually associated with PMS (premenstrual syndrome), and that’s why in many cases women affected with this condition neglect to receive treatment until the cancer has progressed. Some of the symptoms of cervical cancer include the following: abnormal bleeding of the vagina (such as in between menstrual periods or after sexual intercourse); pelvic pain; pain during urination; and an unusually heavy, thick or...


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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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Can cervical cancer be cured ?

A: Any cancer if it is in advanced stage, sorry, there is no cure. We may delay the death but not deny. With several medication, we can reduce the sufferings. If detected in earlier stage, yes, it can be cured. Drink Noni herbal fruit juice which has got cancer treating quality. cancer By Dr.Rangadhar Satpathy cancer is a cellular malfunction. Noni’s effect to cure cancer work in cellular level. The sooner a cancer is detected, the greater the chance of remission. Noni helps to fight the cancer in the following way (A) By its anti carcinogenic agent Noni juice contains 150 neutraceuticals. Among them six have been shown...


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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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What Are the Different Types of cervical Dysplasia treatment?

A: cervical dysplasia is a condition in which abnormal cells develop and reproduce on the lining of a woman''s cervix. Most instances of dysplasia are thought to be caused by severe infection, primarily in the form of the human papilloma virus (HPV). Women with mild cases may not notice any symptoms nor require cervical dysplasia treatment; abnormal cells often dissipate and go away completely over time. More severe instances of dysplasia, however, can develop into cervical cancer if not diagnosed and treated immediately. An afflicted woman and her doctor have many different options for treatment, including cryosurgery, laser cauterization, a...


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What is cervical cancer?

A: cervical cancer is a common cancer that can at first affect the cervix, the area attached to and lying just below the uterus, and then can spread to the uterus, the vaginal wall, and metastasize to other parts of the body. In recent years, the medical community has made huge leaps forward in being able to recognize the predominant risk factor for cervical cancer, which is contraction of several forms of human papillomavirus (HPV). In most cases of this condition, women also test positive for an earlier infection of HPV, which is often without symptoms. Not all cases of cervical cancer are caused by HPV and there are...


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Can u die from cervical cancer???

A: yes of course you can die from it. I read through some of the answers people were giving you...so I just wanted to comment. Cervial cancer is both treatable and curable. It doesn''t mean Mom will have to get a hysterectomy or that it has spread. People can die from any type of cancer. However, if they caught Mom''s early it''s totally treatable. Just so you know, I''m a cancer survivor!!! I believe a person can die from any form of cancer. I have leukemia (blood cancer). This earthly life is uncertain, and we can die from all kinds of diseases and accidents. Jesus died on the Cross to save us from condemnation, and qualifying us to Heaven....


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Our daughter has cervical cancer is she going to die from this?:( shes 30 with two children 6&12 :(?

A: she has a chance...but being a "sweet young lady" isn''t going to mean jack shite in the face (?) of cancer...sorry The following prognosis information from Wikipedia is quite encouraging, particularly when the cancer is caught in early stages: "Prognosis depends on the stage of the cancer. With treatment, 80 to 90% of women with stage I cancer and 50 to 65% of those with stage II cancer are alive 5 years after diagnosis. Only 25 to 35% of women with stage III cancer and 15% or fewer of those with stage IV cancer are alive after 5 years." I hope she has good doctors and...


 
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