Cervical Cancer II - symptoms, treatment, conclusion

The main symptoms of cervical cancer are lack of appetite, weight loss, unjustified fatigue, pelvic pain, back pain, bleeding and vaginal discharge. Pain and spills that accompany intercourse can also be signs of cervical cancer. HPV infection may be present for a long period without presenting any symptoms.

There are two main types of cervical cancer, but many other cancers may have their origin in the cervical area: melanoma, sarcomas and lymphomas. The main types of cervical cancer are cervical cancer with adenocarcinoma and cervical cancer with squamous cells.

In terms of infection, it must be said that there are over 250 types of HPV virus, types 16 and 18 are responsible for most cases - more than 70%.

There are two major types of treatments, depending on the stage of disease progression. In the early phase of the faction to perform surgical resection of tumor, in advanced stages is radiation therapy and chemotherapy. There is the possibility of combination therapy with Cisplatin (click to see how Cisplatin works) and Hycamtin for cases where the disease is in stage IV B. The rate of survival 5 years after the discovery of disease is good, around 80-90% for cases detected in stage I and 50 -65% for cases detected in stage II. Forecast is much reduced in cases where the disease was discovered late and there are developed metastatic tumor formations. There are also cases where the disease disappears without treatment from the body by the power struggle was self-defense. Therefore it is recommended to follow all the prescriptions for a healthy life.

A few conclusions
As is known, it is much easier to prevent than to cure a disease. Many lives can be saved if a few simple things are taken care of: carrying a healthy life (with a diet low in meat and high in vegetables and fruits, daily consumption of at least 2 liters of good, clean water, respect the hours of rest), making periodic tests to detect disease (Babes-Papanikoli - at least once per year- and other tests) - which should begin within 2-3 years from the beginning of active sexual life (but not later than the age of 21 years), beginning of sexual life at an age appropriate and finding a stable sexual partner.

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