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Bacilli is a class of bacteria that includes both beneficial and harmful bacteria. Bacteria have not been linked with cervical cancer.

HPV is a virus that is known to cause genital warts and is responsible for almost all Cervical cancer. There are many different strains, and you can get vaccinated (Gardasil) against four of them, including two strains that cause 70% of cervical cancer. There is no way to kill the virus once you have contracted it

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One cause of cervical cancer can be caused by the HPV virus. It is important to have annual pap smears to screen for abnormal cells that can lead to cervical cancer.

Repeated infections, or a variety of repeated STDs. But that is only one idea. No-one knows what causes cancer.

Cervical cancer is not transferred from one person to another person.

Causes are being in the sun too much. The cervical cancer symptoms are that one will feel very run down and tired. Additionally, one can feel a lot of pain, that generally starts in the head area and have trouble breathing.

One can find statistical information about cervical cancer via many online resources. Cancer Research UK, and wikipedia all provide statistical information on cervical cancer.

One of the main reasons for cervical discoloration is trichamonas vaginalis. It leads to what is called, "strawberry cervix" which is caused by inflammation due to the infection. Cervical cancer usually does not cause the same discoloration.

Cancer is not known to be contagious. However some things that can cause cancers are contagious. One thing that causes cervical cancer (HPV) is contagious. HIV also causes cancers and it is also cancerous.

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.

That's impossible to put into one answer, because of all the variables involved. But, the survival rate for cervical cancer is generally higher than it is for ovarian cancer.

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 best sites to use to learn the symptoms of cervical cancer is the Mayo Clinic. The Mayo Clinic site offers detailed and factual information. Their web address is

So many varieties of treatments are available for treating cervical cancer. some of them are like radiation therapy, Chemotherapy, Biopsy, Radical trachelectomy.

No, because they are 2 different cancers, one is in the bladder and the other is in the womb

There are several ways that someone can treat cervical cancer but they may not be as effective as most might think since cervical cancer is very strong. Chemotherapy is one option, or having surgery is another option that most woman go for since the cancer would be fully removed.

Teens can get vaginal cancer. Cervical cancer is one of the most common types of vaginal cancer and it can affect girls of all ages.

Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that affects the cells in the cervix. Cervical cancer only affects women and is one of the most dangerous types of cancer. The death rate from this type of cancer is declining because of advances in screening. Whether you have cervical cancer or not, it is important to learn as much as you can about it.SymptomsIn the early stages of cervical cancer, you might not experience any symptoms. In the later stages, however, you may notice vaginal bleeding during intercourse, pelvic pain during intercourse and bloody discharge. If you notice any of these symptoms, it is important to make an appointment with your doctor right away.CausesWhile the causes of cervical cancer are not exactly clear, the human papillomavirus can definitely increase your chances of developing this type of cancer.Risk FactorsThere are certain risk factors that increase your chances of getting cervical cancer. Some of these risk factors include early sexual activity, weak immune system, smoking and many sex partners.TreatmentThere are several treatment options for cervical cancer. The type of treatment you will receive will depend on the stage of cancer, other health problems and your personal preference. Treatment options include surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.PreventionIt is important to try to prevent cervical cancer. Some of the things you can do to reduce your risk of getting this cancer include avoiding smoking, limiting sex partners and using a condom when having sex. It is also important to get vaccinated against HPV and have routine Pap tests.SupportSupport is one of the most important things you can have during cervical cancer. Surround yourself with caring family members and friends, so you always have someone to talk to when you are feeling down. Also, consider connecting with other people who have cancer. Ask you doctor about different support groups in your community that you can go to.

HPV infections have been shown to increase chances of cervical cancer, so getting vaccinated against HPV is one way. Using condoms can help prevent not only cervical cancer, but many STDs as well. Not smoking and eating a diet full of fruits and vegetables can cut risk of all types of cancer and many other diseases.

Essentially useless. See a gynecologist. Genital warts are one of the major causes of cervical cancer, and should be seen and treated by a physician.

Some early symptoms of Cervical Cancer are, but are not limited to: pressure or pain in the abs, swollen abdomen, and urinary concerns. One should immediately see the doctor.

The most important preventative measure one can take in order to decrease their chances of cervical cancer is to remember to get an annual Pap smear test.

It is important to know that cancer can never be "cured". But it can be regressed to the point that no symptoms happen after treatment. Also, it is important to know that even though cervical cancer used to be a tremendous problem for women, the introduction of the PAP test has made cervical cancer one of the more minor cancers because clinicians can detect cellular changes of the cervix early before it becomes cancerous. Radiation, chemotherapy, and hysterectomies are all known treatments to cervical cancer.

Yes; many STDs do cause cancer.some. cervical cancer is frequently caused by HPV, a class of virusses that is transmitted as a STD and causes no or mild symptoms or warts. A very large proportion of the population is infected with it at one time, correlated with sexual activity.Cancer is not a STD.No, cancer has to do with cells in the body.

Stage IIA: Cancer has spread to the upper region of the vagina, but not to the lower one-third of the vagina

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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