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All About Cervical Cancer

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All About Cervical Cancer

Tuesday, 28 March, 2023

The cervix is the lower part of the uterus; it is the narrow end of the uterus that connects the uterus to the vagina. When cancerous cells develop in the cervix the condition is diagnosed as cervical cancer. The primary reason behind the occurrence of cervical cancer is HPV (Human Papillomavirus). This is a sexually transmitted infection, and HPV has various strains that can lead to cervical cancer.

Yes, it is true that the human immune mechanism works against HPV as soon as it enters the body. However, for very few people, this mechanism fails to work, and the HPV remains inside the body, which later on contributes to the development of cervical cancer.

Symptoms of Hpv Infection and Cervical Cancer:

A major challenge with cervical cancer is that it does not have any significant signs or symptoms at the early stage. However, as cancer advances, it leads to:

  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Blood discharge from the vagina
  • Watery discharge with a foul odor from the vagina
  • Extreme pain in the pelvic region during intercourse.

If you notice any of the above-mentioned symptoms, you must immediately book an appointment with Kauvery Hospital and consult our experts who diagnose and treat you with years of professional experience, knowledge, and expertise. We also have the best-in-class infrastructure to expedite the diagnosis and ensure accuracy to match global standards.

Types of Cervical Cancer:

To stay alert of any probable signs, it's essential to understand the types of cervical cancer -

1. Adenocarcinoma:

There are column-shaped glandular cells near the inner lining of the cervical canal. Cancer that affects these cells of the body is referred to as Adenocarcinoma.

2. Squamous Cell Carcinoma:

The outer part of the cervix has thin and flat squamous cells. When these cells get affected or turn cancerous, the condition is called Squamous cell carcinoma.

It rarely happens that both cells of the body have been affected by cancer at the same time. But, as the phrase goes, prevention is better than cure, so even in case of mild symptoms it's important to opt for medical supervision and guidance.

What Are Ways To Treat Cervical Cancer?

The only way to prevent HPV and cervical cancer is by managing sexually transmitted viruses, going through screening tests, and getting a vaccination that works against HPV infection. Other than this, after 35 years or after menopause, one is highly recommended to go through yearly medical check-ups to prevent any kind of disorders. However, unlike the common perception, there are several ways to treat cervical cancer. It, however, completely depends on the level of severity and how far the cancerous cells have spread. The basic treatment includes:

1. Surgery:

In this case, the cancerous tissues are removed through an operation. At Kauvery Hospitals, you get to meet the best Surgical oncologist in Bangalore who diagnose the severity of the situation, takes the due course of time to prepare your body for the surgery, and then moves forward with surgery without any avoidable delay in the course of treatment

2. Chemotherapy:

Drugs and radiation are used to reduce the size or kill the cancerous cells completely. Chemotherapy is one of the most common forms of treatment that is recommended by doctors to make the body free of cancer cells.

3. Radiation:

High-energy rays are used, similar to X-rays targeted toward the cancerous cells to destroy the cells completely and prevent the recurrence of cancer.

Which Treatment Would Be Suitable for You?

Based on multiple factors such as the patient's medical history, any previous complications, age, and severity of cervical cancer, our team of doctors at Kauvery hospital uses their global knowledge and experience to suggest the best course of treatment. The primary intention is to reduce the risk. Some basic suggestions often include:

  • Advising the patient to have supplements like vitamins
  • Changing the lifestyle and maintaining a healthy diet
  • Including meditation and yoga in everyday routine.

However, these are just complementary measures, and the most suited way to destroy the growth or development of the cancer cells is suggested by the doctor considering the overall health of the patient.

Conclusion:

Ignorance can do more damage to anybody than cancer cells do. It is a must to get the best medical advice if cervical cancer is suspected or diagnosed. Kauvery Hospitals has been acclaimed for having the best Cervical Cancer Specialists in Bangalore assisted by state-of-art facilities that make diagnosis and treatment 10x prompt and accurate. These certified and experienced specialists have been treating cervical cancer for years with compassion, care, and absolute commitment. So, visit us at Kauvery Hospitals and let our experts take up the task of care and curing the patient.

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