Cervical Cancer Prevention in Dubai
The cervix is the lower part of the uterus and cancer that occurs in this part is known as cervical cancer. Various risk factors cause this cancerous infection. The strains of HPV are the main risk factor. Usually, the immune system of a woman prevents the virus from creating any harm for her when she is visible to HPV. Hence, for some women, the virus can survive for many years that lead to the development of cervical cancer. Here, at Euromed Clinic, our professionals are working hard to provide you best prevention methods for cervical cancer prevention.
What Are The Symptoms Of Cervical Cancer?
Following are the symptoms of cervical cancer. If you get any of these symptoms, you should contact your doctor.
The screening is highly recommended so that you can be prevented from any serious health issue. Furthermore, it may help you in getting rid of the problem in the initial stages. If a health issue occurs and it is diagnosed in the initial stage, it becomes easy to treat it. On the other hand, if you don’t go for the screening then obviously you may not get to know about the issue until and unless it becomes severe. In this way, you may not be able to treat it.
Following is a list of some screening tests that are used in the Euromed to screen your cervical cancer. Have a look!
- Bimanual pelvic exam
- Pap test
- HPV test
- Visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA)
In the olden times, the experts said to get the screening for cervical cancer in every year. Well, on the basis of researches, the criteria is different now. Screening is recommended on the basis of the way through which you are screened, depend on your age, and you should get it done in every 3 or 5 years. If you are more than 21 years then you should go for it. If your tests results aren’t normal, you may get more tests. Also, if you are a woman having HIV virus or other immune system aspects, then you can go for more tests.
It is necessary to prepare for getting a test. However, you may not need some specific preparation. Our doctor will let you know in this regard in the initial consultation. Furthermore, the preparation may differ on the basis of required screening tests. Well, some of the doctors recommend getting the test when you are not in your menstrual cycle.
The procedure of the screening process may differ on the basis of the selected tests. Normally, our doctor will get your medical history, know your presenting complaints, and analyze your health. After that, you will be prescribed some tests that you need to get administered. After that, the treatment procedure or prevention will be advised to you on the basis of results.
Aftercare is really important if you really want to get rid of cervical cancer. It helps you in achieving best possible results. Furthermore, if there is a requirement to follow some specific instructions then our experts will guide you in this regard. Also, you need to take the prescribed medicines on a regular basis and there shouldn’t be a delay.
How Can Early Screening Help?
Usually, you get noticeable symptoms when your illness is on the advanced stage. At that time, the treatment becomes difficult. It is noticed that in most of the cases the symptoms aren’t revealed in the initial stage of cervical cancer. So, it is essential for you to reduce the risk of this infectious disease. How to do it? Screening tests and vaccination helps in the prevention.
Cervical cancer may be prevented through a screening process in order to find the precancer effects and their treatment. What does prevention mean? It reveals the control of risk factors. Following are some of the preventive methods!
- Quit smoking
- Avoiding sexual relationship with your partner if he is infected with genital warts or other related issues
- Limit the number of your partners
- Don’t be in a relationship with the person who is already having multiple partners
- Make a delay in your intercourse if you are not in the age of late teen
Cervical Cancer FAQ’s
How can we prevent cervical cancer?
Cervical Cancer Prevention is possible in most women. It can be easily done by regularly going for Pap smears, getting vaccinated, practicing safe sex, avoiding smoking, and maintaining a fruit and vegetable-rich diet.
What are the main causes of cervical cancer?
The most common cause of cervical cancer is HPV which is a sexually transmitted infection and can be avoided as a measure of Cervical Cancer Prevention. Other causes include smoking, HIV infection, immune system deficiency, herpes, age, oral contraceptives, exposure to diethylstilbestrol (DES).
What food prevents cervical cancer?
For Cervical Cancer Prevention, an overall healthy diet is required along with a healthy lifestyle. A diet rich in fruits and vegetables that are high in carotenoids is beneficial. Moreover, food items high in folic acid like legumes and whole grains can also prevent cervical cancer.
How do I keep my cervix healthy?
A healthy cervix is necessary for Cervical Cancer Prevention. To keep your cervix healthy, maintain healthy hygiene, get regularly tested, practice safe sex, and get vaccinated. Your diet also plays an important role in your health. So, keep a healthy diet.
What is an unhealthy cervix?
Knowing how an unhealthy cervix feels may help in Cervical Cancer Prevention as a result of early diagnosis and treatment. A woman with an unhealthy cervix may experience grayish or pale yellow vaginal discharge, abnormal vaginal bleeding, pain during sex, frequent urination, pelvic or abdominal pain, or fever.
You should ask your doctor regarding the results of your screening process before leaving our clinic. Our doctors will guide you in the light of your outcomes.
Schedule Your Consultation
According to medical experts, you need to make your consultation before getting a treatment. You may have this query in your mind that why is it essential to make a consultation before deciding anything. It is important because this session provides an understanding to you and your doctor regarding your problem. When your doctor knows the presenting complaints and other important aspects, then he will make a plan in his mind. Also, getting medical history is necessary as it assists your doctor to analyze the basic problem. Now, what are you waiting for??? It is your life and you need to take care of it. Another aspect that you should be careful about is to select your doctor very carefully. A proper research is required to select your doctor. We have board-certified doctors. Don’t waste your precious time and get your consultation now to proceed the screening process. We have made it easy for you to get our consultation. Simply fill the following form and one of our correspondents will contact you back. Don’t forget that cervical cancer prevention is necessary. Don’t make a delay and boost your quality of life. Good luck!
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Dr. Rupinder Kaur Ruprai MBBS, MD (Ob/Gyn), Assoc-RCOG, F.MAS, D.MIS, D. Repr Med, M.CosmeticGyne, MBA Specialist Obstetrician & Gynecologist President - SARG (Society of Aesthetic and Regenerative Gynecology) Member - ISCG (International Society of Cosmetic Gynecology) Head - ESAG-India Chapter (European Society of Aesthetic Gynecology) Scientific Member – ISGAR (International Society of Gynecology, Aesthetics, and Research) Associate Professor (Ob-Gyn) & Specialist Obstetrics & Gynecology (UK, European US, and Indian Board Certified) Dr. Ruprai has over 20 years’ experience providing functional, endoscopic, laparoscopic, reproductive, and aesthetic gynecological treatments. Her holistic approach is very popular with patients and extends to anti-aging medicine that incorporates hormonal balance…Read more