What is the color for cervical cancer?
teal and white
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I read up on cervical cancer because my aunt passed away of it, not trying to scare you. But, i did do a lot of research because in my sophomore year i was assigned to research cervical cancer and present it to my class in a powerpoint. Anyways, I found that, cervical cancer depends on your age, on …the stage of your cancer, and how the screening and treatment goes. I found that including screening, all utilities used, treatment, and everything needed for the cancer, that if the cancer is an early stage it can cost approximately $20,255, and for a late stage it can cost approximately $36,912. If you are on medicare though it can cost between $0 to $50, depending on age, stage, and government guidelines. Don't let this scare you. I am pretty sure you can figure something out! There are a lot of things that can help you out. Put all your trust in God:) (MORE)
Cervical cancer is caused by human papilomavirus virus, or HPV, usually spread through unprotected sex. It can inhibit in one's body without manifesting itself as symptoms.
I just recently had a friend who had both cervical and ovarian cancer. The strange thing was the ovarian cancer was one type of cancer in stage 2 and the cervical cancer was a totally different type of cancer in stage 1. She recovered fully from both.
It can be! It's due to the HPV virus. This is something that men can get and pass on to women via sexual intercourse. When a woman is infected with this virus, it leads to cervical cancer
No, as men do not have a cervix, which is part of the female reproductive system. Similarly, females can not be diagnosed with testicular cancer.
If you are aged 12-18 you can have a vaccination! I had mine yesterday! I am 12 nearly 13! I am in year 8! you can have it at any age between 12 years old (in year 8) and 18 years old! I was petrified before having it - my friends who had it before me didn't help! they were crying and everything a…nd they had already had it! me and my bff were crying and on the way to the room to get it a lady said that we should both go to the nurses room and waited for ages (around an hour and a half) then we got it! one of our other bffs had had it earlier and was with us the whole time we were waiting! then we went at the end and i felt a absalute twit! it didn't hurt at all! plus i got a free biscuit! it didn't hurt at all! the only negative points about it was - that you worry and feel horrible before it your arm hurts if you move it after (mine is stiff today) which is why i had the day off! (MORE)
Cervical cancer is cancer of the cells lining the cervix which is the passage between the uterus and the vagina. You can prevent cervical cancer by monitoring risk factors for cervical cancer. Find out more about the several risk factors that increase your chance of developing cervical cancer.
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Cervical cancer has multiple risk factors - not just one cause. The majority of cases do come from a sexually transmitted virus called HPV. Genital human papilloma virus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI). The virus infects the skin and mucous membranes. There are more tha…n 40 HPV types that can infect the genital areas of men and women, including the skin of the penis, vulva (area outside the vagina), and anus, and the linings of the vagina, cervix, and rectum. You cannot see HPV. Most people who become infected with HPV do not even know they have it. The other factors can include: multiple sex partners, smoking, weakened immune system, genetic factors, etc. Cervical cancer often has no symptoms until it is more advanced. For this reason, it is important for women to get screened regularly for cervical cancer. (Pap Test) (MORE)
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HPV is the virus that causes cervical cancer. While herpes may increase the risk of having HPV, is is not a direct cause of cervical cancer.
The researchers found that the 16-year risk of cervical cancer was 6.2% for women infected with any carcinogenic strains of the virus. Among women who were persistThe researchers found that the 16-year risk of cervical cancer was 6.2% for women infected with any carcinogenic strains of the virus. Am…ong women who were persistently infected with carcinogenic HPVs over the 2-year testing period, cervical cancer risk was 12.4%, whereas the risk was only 0.14% for women who repeatedly tested HPV negative. Since the duration of infection, rather than one-time infection, predicts cervical cancer risk, the researchers said it would not be useful to repeat HPV testing more frequently than every two years for HPV-positive women. ently infected with carcinogenic HPVs over the 2-year testing period, cervical cancer risk was 12.4%, whereas the risk was only 0.14% for women who repeatedly tested HPV negative. Since the duration of infection, rather than one-time infection, predicts cervical cancer risk, the researchers said it would not be useful to repeat HPV testing more frequently than every two years for HPV-positive women. Well,it is dangerous.You can have awareness that you should note hygiene and Sexual activity.You can protect yourself by this Fuyan pill.It can reduce your chance of getting the disease. (MORE)
Cervical cancer is split into five stages, listed from Stage 0, up to Stage IV. Stage 0 consists of abnormal cells lining the cervix while Stage IV depicts cancer that has spread to the bladder, rectum, and other parts of the body.
No, cancer is not a complication of chlamydia. Long-term effects ofuntreated chlamydia can include chronic pain or infertility, butnot cancer. Almost all cervical cancer is due to HPV, a different germ fromchlamydia. Chlamydia doesn't cause cervical cancer. However, thesame risk factors for chlamyd…ia are risk factors for cervicalcancer -- multiple sexual partners, a history of sexuallytransmissible infection, etc. As for treatment of chlamydia infection, antibiotics are the mostcommon but it will cause drug resistance and can be easilyrecurrent. Herbal medicine like Fuyan Pill maybe a better optioncompared with antibiotics, because it is made from Chinese herbswithout any side effects and drug resistance. (MORE)
well it stops cancer in the cervical area near the vagina , you can only get it if your sexually active but if you do get cervical cancer then the jab will stop it spreading into the rest of the body . you catch cervical cancer from another person you are sexually active with who has got a kind of c…ancer . for more info go to your local chemists and get/ask for a leaflet of cervical cancer jab (MORE)
Of course u can get pregnant, unless they did a hysterectomy to remove the cancer.
It could be from fainting a lot and finding a lot. Jade Goody had cervical cancer and passed away 22nd March 2009
The first one is like a tiny prickThe second one hurts a bit moreAnd the third one feels the same as the first oneDon't tense your arm and relax!
It means that the person has cancer in the cervix (a ring of muscle between at the end of the vagina that acts as the opening to the uterus) and that it is not able to be treated (they will die from it).
You need to have all 3 caner jabs as if you don't have all of them, you wont be protected against cervical cancer.
Afterwards it stings for a bit and bleeds slightly then your arm goes all achy and sore it lasted for me about five days and it hurt to lift my arm a bit. But it is worth it!
A vaccine calle Gardasil is now available to females of 9-26 yrs of age. This vaccine helps prevent the risk of getting cervical cancer. If you have already been exposed to HPV it may help reduce the risk of getting other HPV related baterias and infections that can later on cause cervical cancer.
The STD Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is linked to cervical cancer.This is why young people are given the HPV vaccine to help preventthem contracting HPV when they become sexually active and in orderto reduce risk of cancers like cervical cancer.
It's different from everyone but cancer and the treatment takes a toll on your body so often you are very sleepy and sleep a lot. Some also uses sleeping pills. Having cancer is like moving in syrup, someone said. So you can imagine how much energy it takes to do the simplest of things.
The number 1 cause of cervical cancer in women is infection of the HPV (genital wart) virus.
No, but studies have shown that people who are sexually active with multiple partners have a higher incidence of cervical cancer.
In the United States, cervical cancer is the fifth most common cancer among women aged 35-54, and the third most common cancer of the female reproductive tract.
For cervical cancers that are diagnosed in the preinvasive stage, the five-year-survival rate is almost 100%. When cervical cancer is detected in the early invasive stages, approximately 91% of women survive five years or more.
Most cervical cancer is caused by HPV (human papillomavirus). Gonorrhea doesn't cause cervical cancer. But gonorrhea and HPV have the same risk factors.
Stage 0: Carcinoma in situ; non-invasive cancer that is confined to the layer of cells lining the cervix
Stage I: Cancer that has spread into the connective tissue of the cervix but is confined to the uterus
Stage IA1: Invasion area is less than 3 mm (0.13 in) deep and 7 mm (0.33 in) wide
Stage IA2: Invasion area is 3-5 mm (0.13-0.2 in) deep and less than 7 mm (0.33 in) wide
Stage III: Cancer has spread to the lower one-third of the vagina or to the wall of the pelvis and may be blocking the ureters
It is actually a vaccine for different types of papillomaviruses (HPV). There is over 120 types of HPVs but most of them are benign. Under 20 of these papillomavirustypes are considered high risk and could cause intraepithelial lesions that may lead to cervical cancer. Most of new cervical cancers a…re attributable to high-risk HPVs, making HPV one of the most important infectious cause of cancer. The vaccine prevents from the most common high-risk HPVs which cause over 90% of all genital warts and most of the HPV associated cancer caces. (MORE)
No, because they are 2 different cancers, one is in the bladder and the other is in the womb
It is possible to need chemotherapy for cervical cancer; first of all, surgeons will try to remove the tumor by means of surgery, but you may need chemotherapy after. . If you do need chemotherapy for any reason, don't worry about it! I had to have it as I had breast cancer for three years. I ha…d to spend a long time in hospital (about 2 years), but what kept me going was the thought that I knew I was going to get better and I had friends, family and even teachers hoping that I got well again. . Also, if you are worried about losing your hair, DON'T PANIC! This happened to me and in the end, I decided to shave it all off because it hurt more waking up in the morning seeing clumps of hair that had fallen out over night on my pillow. When you shave all of your hair off, you feel more comfortable and you could make some fun out of it. (My hair was down to my bum, it was hard to bear the thought, but after all, you'd sooner lose you hair then have cancer.) If you want any more advice on how to cope, just let me know! I got through it and I hope you do too! Get well soon! (MORE)
It depends on how soon it is discovered and treated. An annual pelvic and pap is your best defense.
No, breast cancer and cervical cancer are not the same at all. Notleast of all because breast cancer is in the BREAST and cervicalcancer is in the CERVIX, which are different body parts.
If that is a question then yes people can get cervical cancer at age 65. It is restricted to females. Males have not been provided with a cervix.
Cervical cancer is a cancer that starts in the cervix at the opening at the of the vagina. It is the 3rd most common type of cancer but affects less women in the US than other countries because of the regular use of pap smears.
Cervical cancer is treated in select early cases with surgery and in most other cases is treated by radiation therapy. In fairly advanced situations, chemotherapy may have to be given alopng with RT.
well, it depends what stage the cancer is in. If it is metastasizing then yes you do have the possibility of getting bone cancer. but on the other hand if it is in the early stage there is no fear.
It could have been an STD from her husband, his first wife died at 28 from the same cancer, or it could of been genetic, her mother died from it at a young age as well.
A cervical smear test is used to identify possible cancerous lesions, a colposcopy is usually used to confirm cancerous lesions.
If you have cervical cancer, one will not know because it is usually asymptomatic.have a papsmear,usually in cervical ca you experience, body malaise,weight lost, decrease appetite and dyspareunia or painful intercourse.
One of the major contributing factors to developing cervical canceris Human Papillomavirus (HPV) which is a sexually transmitteddisease. Around 85% of sexually active people will contract HPV atsome point in their lives, condoms don't offer complete protectionand there's no test for HPV in men, so s…ex always carries the riskof passing HPV onto a woman. (MORE)
Yes. Cervical cancer usually comes from HPV an std that many, many, people have and is asymptomatic. It has nothing to do with having kids.
A common treatment of cervical cancer is removal of the cancer through surgery. The nodes in the body are the transporters of cancer, and tested during the surgery to determine if the cancer has travelled beyond the cervix. If it has, options of chemotherapy, or radiation or both as directed by th…e oncologist. (MORE)
In the UK the cervical cancer vaccine can be purchased and administered at Boots the chemist, a large chain of drugstores. Elsewhere doctors and healthcare professionals can administer the vaccine to boys and girls, this will usually be organised through the school or your paediatrician.