Cervical cancer develops in the lining of the cervix, the lower part of the uterus (womb). Cervical cancer almost always develops from cell changes caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which is spread through genital skin-to-skin contact
Treatment of cervical cancer depends on the stage of cancer, the size and shape of the tumor, the age and general health of the woman, and her desire to have children in the future. There are several types of tests that are used to diagnose cancer. For complete cervical cancer screening and treatment, you can consult a doctor via https://www.jacarandamaternity.co.ke/cervical-cancer.
A leading cancer specialist discusses the various surgeries, as part of cervical cancer treatment in Kenya, that play an important role in the treatment of and recovery from cervical cancer. Cervical cancer, if diagnosed in its early stage is usually treated with the help of surgery.
For women who are HIV positive or immunosuppressed, It is advised to have cervical cancer screening at the point of diagnosis and for the screening to continue throughout their lifetime.
However, in many cases, symptoms may not appear in the early stages of cervical cancer. Therefore, regular health checks are important. Any problems with the cervix should be monitored and treated as early as possible.