It is possible to prevent cervical cancer

Gynecology and Obstetrics Specialist Op. Dr Gökhan Ordu stated that cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in underdeveloped countries, after breast cancer in women, and stressed that it is possible to detect precancerous lesions with regular screening and examination. Noting that uterine cancer occurs between the ages of 5 and 10 and causes more than 250,000 women to die each year, Hayat Hospital Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist Op. Dr Gökhan Ordu said: “Cervical cancer is a cancer that develops in the cervix called ‘cervix’. That is why it is also called cervical cancer. Both in our country and in the world, many women struggle with this disease. So, what are the findings of cervical cancer? It may take some time. But some symptoms can be noticed by women. The main ones are: bleeding outside of your period, pain during intercourse, back and groin pain, in addition to these, “If you suffer from foul-smelling discharge , a test will protect you. It will also make our hand stronger. “Early diagnosis saves lives, as with any disease and any type of cancer. For this you need to go to a regular check-up. Only with a test can we beat cervical cancer,” he said.


Listing the Ways to Prevent Cervical Cancer, Op. Dr Gokhan Ordu said: “Having a PAP smear done at intervals specified by your doctor is one of the effective ways to prevent cervical cancer and other diseases. It can be done in just 10-15 seconds without worrying need to worry about time. We can diagnose and treat cancerous lesions that are still in the formation phase. Malnutrition, smoking and non-compliance with personal hygiene rules can also lead to cervical cancer. We must make it clear that the most effective way to prevent protect all kinds of diseases, be healthy living habits.The virus named HPV is responsible for most cases in the formation of this disease and is essentially sexually transmitted.Moreover, if you do not want to struggle with this cancer in your life, I recommend strongly recommend that you undergo regular gynecological examinations.

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