Cervical Cancer and HPV

Cervical cancer is cancer of the cervix or the cervical area of ​​the bottom of the uterus that connects the uterus with the vagina. Cervical cancer is caused by HPV (Human Papilloma Virus). This deadly disease was caused by a virus is common, therefore we must immediately do something now.

Anyone can be affected

Women-teens to 20 years susceptible to HPV, but did not rule out HPV was also a man. Only the difference when women have reproductive organs inside / hidden so more vulnerable, while men are more open, making them easier to clean. But men can develop penis cancer.

HPV can infect anyone, male or female. There are no symptoms or signs that this virus infects a special moment, so many people do not realize that he was exposed to HPV or even pass it. There are over 100 types of HPV; 30 species of which infect the genital area and if not treated / detected early, some types can develop into more serious, even life-threatening condition. In general, HPV infection can be cleared by the body without showing signs and symptoms. Certain types of HPV can cause cervical cancer disease and other types can cause warts Skin diseases Gender.

1. Causes of HPV:
multiple partners, hands to genitals (wipe), mouth (kissing), condoms,
environment (eg, adolescents prefer to borrow each other's underwear / cd),
Hospitals (eg non-sterile gloves).

2. Which can be exposed to HPV:
Mouth / throat, penis, vagina, etc. (not just the cervix).

3. What to watch out for:
whitish, among others: the foul smelling, itching, change shape like a powder / powder, such as dairy sour / stale / yogurt, discolored brown / black,
bleeding after intercourse (but not always).

4. Prevention:
Vaccines (can already be implemented in the pediatric and content), avoid multiple partners, Pap smear for those who are married at least once a year, avoid using cleaners / deodorizers vagina (inside the vagina has been found infection-preventing substance, so that the use of cleaners / deodorizers that it can be deadly substance is), make it a habit to change pads at least every 2 hours (usually lazy teenager with a reason to live a little), maintaining hygiene, maintaining health eating.

5. When you've got Cervical Cancer and HPV disease:
Perform therapy regularly, keep healthy food 4 5 although probably not be perfect (due to already existing abstinence from food).