Yes,if the detection is early.
A cervical smear can help prevent cervical cancer by detecting precancerous changes on the cervix. This early detection can allow early treatment before cancer occurs.
Cervical cancer screening is recommended from the age of 25 onward. The reason for this is that early detection can prevent 75 percent of cancers from developing.
There is a link between a specific virus and Cervical cancer being more likely. However girl on girl will not make you more likely to get cervical cancer, otherwise there would be a huge number of lesbians worldwide with cervical cancer.
Yes, More than 90% of cases have been curable
The initial screening test for cervical cancer is the Pap smear. This test is not specific, however; the more specific test used when the smear indicates the need for further treatment is the cervical biopsy.
Yes, you can have cervical cancer for years. Cervical cancer is a slow-growing cancer.
Although it is the most preventable type of cancer, each year cervical cancer kills about 4,000 women in the U.S. and about 300,000 women worldwide. In the United States, cervical cancer mortality rates plunged by 74% from 1955 - 1992 thanks to increased screening and early detection with the Pap test
Gonorrhea does not cause cervical cancer. HPV causes cervical cancer.
cervical cancer? Cervical cancer
HPV is not the same as cervical cancer. Some types of HPV can cause cervical cancer. Routine screening for cervical cancer can catch this progression long before it becomes cancer.
As with any type of cancer, treatment for cervical cancer is going to depend on the staging of the cancer. Http://www.webmd.com/cancer/cervical-cancer/cervical-cancer-treatment-overview is a good website that outlines treatment options.
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.
general degradation of the organs. If the cancer has metastasised it is possible that other organs have been affected.
Yes. Pregnancy has nothing to do with cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is caused by a viral infection left untreated.
Yes and No. Cervical cancer is NOT contagious. However, a virus called HPV ,which can cause cervical cancer, is contagious.
Does cervical cancer make you tired?
Trichomoniasis does not lead to cervical cancer.
Yes. You do not need to pay to get cervical cancer.
The advantage of a pap smear is that it provides early screening for cervical cancer with a relatively noninvasive test. Early detection of cancer and precancerous problems simplifies treatment.
Cervical cancer is also known as cervix cancer.
No, breast cancer and cervical cancer are not the same at all. Not least of all because breast cancer is in the BREAST and cervical cancer is in the CERVIX, which are different body parts.
HPV can lay dormant for decades before detection. A positive HPV test for cervical cancer screening gives no information about how long you've been infected.
It is very unlikely that you can have children after cervical cancer. Radiation therapy will kill off to much of your reproductive organs and this makes you infertile. Sometimes the only cure for cervical cancer is a hysterectomy this also will leave you unable to bare children. The only way you can have kids is with early detection. There is a procedure called radical trachelectomy that can be perform enabling you to have children. The only way to go is early detection, so always get a PAP smear annually and always talk to your doctor about any options and concerns that you may have.
Pregnancy won't cause cervical cancer.