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Oct
03

Cervical Cancer Can be Cured

Cervical cancer remains a major killer disease of women in Indonesia. But in fact women can protect themselves against cervical cancer that attacks the HPV vaccination and early detection. In fact, if the cancer is found early will be cured completely.

Journey virus human papilloma virus (HPV) to cancer, says dr.Imam Rasjidi, Sp.OG Oncology, lasts longer, about 3-17 years.”Quite a long journey, so it is advisable for women to have early detection,” he said in semianr about breast cancer and cervical cancer in the possession of Siloam Hospital Semanggi RS.MRCC, Jakarta (09/30/11).

To date, identified more than 120 types of HPV. Low risk HPV such as HPV types 6 and 11, while the high-risk HPV such as HPV types 16 and 18. A low-risk HPV “only” cause warts on the penis, including the anus. Higher the risk of HPV that cause cervical cancer.

Although it is known to cause cancer, but according to Imam rather difficult for ordinary women to recognize the signs of cervical cancer. But there are some features that are often found in patients suffering from this cancer.

“Example pain during sex, bleeding after intercourse, excessive bleeding during menstruation, vaginal discharge that is not normal (not clear color, odor or itching,” he added.

Prevention of cervical cancer can be done by avoiding sexual intercourse at a young age, multiple sexual partners are not (because HPV is transmitted through sexual contact), not smoking, as well as perform routine screening of cervical smears for early detection or VIA.

HPV vaccination can be done from the age of 10-55 years with a second injection 3 times, ie at months 0, 1 and 6) to strengthen the immune system to better resist the virus.

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