Cervical Cancer is one of the most common cancers in women. Gynecologist, Dr. Hira Zia discusses Cervical Cancer, its symptoms, screening methods and line of treatment in detail. Dr. Hira explains that cervix is the opening of a women’s uterus. Gene mutation in the cells of cervix causes abnormal division of cells leading to cervical cancer. Risk factors of cervical cancer include multiple sexual partners and smoking.
Signs and symptoms of cervical cancer include abnormal vaginal bleeding. Females over the age of 21 should get themselves screened for cervical cancer. Pap smear is one of the screening methods for cervical cancer. But the latest screening method for cervical cancer is TruScreen Cervical Cancer Screening System. In contrast to Pap smear, TruScreen cervical cancer screening system gives results within a few seconds. TruScreen Cervical Cancer Screening System is also less invasive and less painful. Line of treatment for Cervical Cancer includes chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgical intervention. Side effects of these treatment include hair loss, fever and weakness. Early menopause can also be developed as a side effect of Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy.
TruScreen Cervical Cancer Screening System is available and easily accessible for all patients at Hello Doctor. Visit Hello Doctor for cervical cancer screening using TruScreen Cervical Cancer Screening System.
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What is Cervical Cancer? 1:01
Risk Factors 1:40
Signs and Symptoms 3:09
Screening Methods for Cervical Cancer 3:39
TruScreen Cervical Cancer Screening System 3:43
How does TruScreen Cervical Cancer Screening System work? 4:35
Line of Treatment 7:21
Side Effects of Treatment 8:47
TruScreen Cervical Cancer Screening System at Hello Doctor 9:18
Should sexual transmission be avoided during treatment? 11:22
Vaccine for cervical cancer 13:00
-Risk factors include smoking and multiple sexual partners.
-Females over the age of 21 should get themselves screened for cervical cancer.
– Women should get themselves screened for cervical cancer at least once a year.
-TruScreen Cervical Cancer Screening System is less invasive and less painful screening method for cervical cancer. This screening method is available at Hello Doctor
-Unmarried women, before first sexual intercourse, should get vaccinated for preventing cervical cancer.