A urinary tract infection cannot and will not turn into cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is typically caused by HPV. HPV has nothing to do with urinary tract infection.
HPV is the infection that puts women at risk for cervical cancer. The vaccine against cervical cancer lowers the risk significantly.
Gonorrhea does not cause cervical cancer. HPV causes cervical cancer.
Yes. Pregnancy has nothing to do with cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is caused by a viral infection left untreated.
No. Cervical cancer is caused from a viral infection. Pregnancy presents no risk factor.
A type of cancer that is linked to a virus is cervical cancer. Cervical cancer developes from an infection with a strain of human papillomavirus.
The number 1 cause of cervical cancer in women is infection of the HPV (genital wart) virus.
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.
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.
Cervical cancer is not contagious. However the virus, HPV, is sexually transmitted. There is a strong association between HPV infection and cervical cancer.
The HPV vaccine prevents the virus that causes most cervical cancer.
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.
HPV is the most common virus associated with increased risk of developing cervical cancer.
Tanning beds are mostly associated with skin cancer. More specifically melenoma. Cervical cancer is almost exclusively caused by an HPV viral infection.
There is some debate if genital herpes leads to cervical cancer; I don't believe it is proven. HPV (genital warts) can lead to cervical cancer and a person infected with HPV and herpes has a higher risk of cervical cancer. I don't believe you need to worry about cervical cancer being caused from the herpes infection.
HPV (Human Papaloma Virus).
Infection with the common human papillomavirus (HPV) is a cause of approximately 90% of all cervical cancers.
The more sexual partners you have, the higher the risk of catching papaloma virus which causes cervical cancer
Yes, you can have cervical cancer for years. Cervical cancer is a slow-growing cancer.
Most likely yes. It is thought that nearly all cervical cancer cases are caused by persistent HPV infection.It's possible, but very rare.
A woman with cervical cancer has a virus called HPV. This virus is transmitted sexually, so the woman can transmit the HPV infection to her partner. However it is not yet understood if men have the same cancer risk as women due to an HPV infection. The cancer itself cannot be given to the male.
HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) is known to cause cervical cancer in women
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Viruses don't cause cancer...
Cervical cancer is caused by infection with human papillomavirus. Inflammation in the cervix alone will not cause cancer. Talk to your health care provider for information about your pap or biopsy results, and what they mean in the context of your cervical cancer screening history.