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Tata Memorial Hospital
MS ( General Surgery)
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Association of Surgeons of India
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    Cervical cancer is one of the most common form of cancer that affects women across the globe. This cancer is one of the few forms of cancer that can be avoided by vaccination at an early age. If detected early, cervical cancer is easily treatable through a combination of surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.

    Here are a few FAQs on Cervical Cancer that most people often want to know about.

    Q1 What is Cervical Cancer?
    A: Cervical Cancer is the cancer of the cervix, which is the lower part of the uterus that opens into the vagina.

    Q2 What causes Cervical Cancer?
    A: Cervical Cancer is caused by a virus known as human papillomavirus, or HPV. Women can get affected with the virus by having sex with someone who has it. HPV is very common and usually goes away in time. Usually, it leads to genital warts and sometimes shows no symptoms at all. Sometimes it leads to cervical cancer.

    Q3 What are the early symptoms of cervical cancer?
    A: The early symptoms of cervical cancer are:
    Pain during sex
    A sudden change in the menstrual cycle
    Abnormal vaginal discharge
    Vaginal bleeding between your menstrual cycle, after having sex or after menopause.

    Q4 What are the preventive measures for cervical cancer?
    A: Cervical cancer can be prevented by taking a vaccine against HPV. Regular PAP tests are also recommended for catching the cancer early on.

    Q5 At what age should the HPV vaccine be taken for it to be effective?
    A: The recommended age for boys and girls to take the HPV vaccine is 11-12 years. Women can have the vaccine before the age of 26 years.

    Q6 Is the HPV vaccine safe?
    A: Most of these vaccines are safe and come highly recommended. Many studies have been conducted to find otherwise but the fact remains that the vaccines are one sure shot way of reducing the chances of getting HPV. However, it is important to take any of these vaccinations under strict medical practitioner’s guidance.
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    Causes of cervical cancer women must be aware of.

    Cervical cancer is also known as hpv (human papilloma virus). It is a type of cancer which usually affects the entrance region of uterus in women above 30 years. There are two types of cervical cancer - adenocarcinoma of the cervix and squamous cell cervical cancer. It is important to get the screening for cervical cancer done every 3-5 years.

    The main causes of cervical cancer are:

    1. Multiple sexual contacts: this cancer virus can be transmitted through sexual contact. Women who have had multiple sexual contacts are at a high risk of being infected by this cancer. Women who have not had multiple sexual partners can also get this, however those who have been sexually active (and very early in life) are more at risk.

    2. Weak immunity: when your immune system is weak, you are automatically susceptible to a host of different ailments, some harmless and others much more harmful. Your body is vulnerable. One such medical condition a body with weak immune is open to is cervical cancer. People who have had transplants or have active hiv/aids viruses, are at a higher risk of having cervical cancer.

    3. Smoking: smoking kills your body's immunity and increases the risk of being infected by various cancers, cervical cancer is one of them.

    4. Early or multiple pregnancies: multiple pregnancies, giving birth before the age of 17 and using contraceptive pills for too long increase a woman's risk of contracting the cervical cancer virus.

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    Symptoms you might have a brain tumor

    Brain tumour at times displays warning symptoms and at times, none. The tumour pressing on to any specific part of the brain is becoming common symptom. A tumor could be a simple headache, if it persists and doesn't seem normal, it should be tested by a specialist rather than resorting to home remedies.

    Here is when you must get tested for a brain tumour:

    1. Severe headaches: headaches which are at their worst early in the mornings or after any activity.

    2. Many people experience seizures of different kinds. It includes:

    A. Myclonic - which are single or multiple spasms, jerks and muscle twitches
    B. Tonic-glonic - which shows signs like loss of consciousness, loss of body function control, and not being able to breathe for about 30 seconds and turning blue which is followed by weakness, numbness or sore muscles.
    C. Sensory - which is a change in smell, vision, hearing and/or sensation. The person doesn't lose consciousness in this symptom.
    D. Complex partial - where a person may have lose of awareness. Another symptom is partial or complete loss of consciousness.

    3. Changes in memory and personality.

    4. Vomiting and/or nausea

    5. Unexplained fatigue

    6. Other very specific symptoms of brain tumour might look like these:

    A. Change in vision. This could include partial loss of vision or double visibility.
    B. Numbness or weakness of face muscles and difficulty in swallowing.
    C. Headache caused due to pressure on the tumour.
    D. Changes in motor skills and loss of judgment.
    E. One major symptom is where people are simply unable to look upwards.

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    How to become less prone to cancer

    There are various known reasons why cancer takes root in a healthy body. The deadly disease takes away millions of lives worldwide and remedies in food to tackle it are constantly a subject of research. However taking this one food item off your daily diet can help becoming less prone to cancer.

    Senior cancer experts stress that sugar feeds cancer. According to his belief, backed by years of research and medical expertise, it is possible to starve cancer out of a person’s body. When sugar breaks down in the body in a non-oxidative manner, adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is generated which causes cancer cells and tumor to grow.

    Research states that cancer is a dysfunction of the mitochondria caused by fermentation of sugar in the cells instead of orthodox respiration of normal cells. This can be tackled by limiting the supply, just by cutting down the intake of sugar every day. A small amount of sugar in a healthy and requisite proportion is acceptable but excessive sugar must be avoided in order to choke cancer out from the body.

    Specifically, the intake of sugar in processed foods must be cut down. Everything that is sweet isn't sugar! Avoiding processed foods will simply eliminate the bad salts and bad sugars from your diet. Eating at fast food joints too must be cut down completely as the food they serve is frozen and needs a lot of preservatives. You can always switch to fruits if you have a sweet tooth. Diet-wise, consume more green leafy vegetables, developing a plant and natural nutrient based diet is an ideal method to tackle cancer.

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    Cancer symptoms you shouldn't ignore

    Most often than not, cancer comes unannounced and rocks our world. While of late routine tests are being encouraged, it is advisable to keep a look out for symptoms which are commonly overlooked. Some of them are:

    1. Peculiar back pain - It has been noticed that the first symptom for liver cancer in many cases is pain the back of the lower back side of the body. Back pain could also be a symptom for breast cancer, in cases where the tumour is pressing backwards, into the chest.
    2. Unexplained nail marks - Nails often reflect the condition of our health. If there is a sudden and unexplained change in the fingernails, like maybe a dot/a black mark or a brown mark under the nail, this could be a sign of lung cancer.
    3. Sensitive skin patches - If there is a lump on the skin or a patch feels sore, is crusty or bleeds very easily then this could be a symptom of skin cancer. It is important to be aware of all changes in your skin, throughout the body.
    4. Unexplained facial puffiness - If your face seems puffy, read or swelled, without any logical explanation, this could be a symptom.
    5. Unusual menstruation - If you are having unusually heavy and painful periods, it is advisable to request for a trans vaginal ultrasound as this could be a symptom of uterine cancer.
    6. Changes in breast (s) - This is the most common change which women who have been diagnosed of breast cancer have reported. If the nipple is flattened, inverted or turned sideways, it could be a symptom for breast cancer. Also, if the breast feels read, sore or swollen, it could be a symptom.
    7. Frequent stomach problems - Frequent upset stomachs and cramps could be the symptom of colorectal cancer.
    8. Unreasonable weight loss - If you are losing a lot of weight without even trying to, this could be an early sign of colon or any other digestive cancer. It could also mean that the cancer is spreading to the liver, if your appetite is getting affected.
    9. Blood in stool - If there is blood in your stool, this could be a symptom of colorectal cancer and you need to go for a colonoscopy.

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    Eat every day fistful almonds to keep your cardiovascular system healthy.
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    20 minutes of brisk walking; 5 days a week is enough to keep your body fit and healthy.
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