Cervical Cancer

This occurs mainly in the cells of cervix the lower parts of the uterus that connects to the vagina. The sexually transmitted infection papillomavirus plays a crucial role in cervical cancer.  Cervical cancer causes and risk factors that include are smoking, birth control pills, having many sexual partners, engaging in early sexual contract.  The symptoms of the cervical cancer are pain during intercourse, vaginal discharge and odor, pelvic pain. This cancer develops when cervix cells begin to grow out of control and these spread throughout the body. This is very slow growing in certain circumstances and it can grow and spread quickly in certain circumstances. HPV is sexually transmitted and this cervical cancer is far most commonly related to HPV disease. In all cases of cervical cancer can be attribute to HPV infection. In its early stages it has no symptoms and if you do have symptoms the most common is abnormal vaginal bleeding which can be occurred during sex or after sex or new bleeding after you have been through the menopause.

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