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HOW IS CERVICAL CANCER DIAGNOSED? Signs and Symptoms of Cervical Cancer Women with early Cervical Cancers and pre-cancers usually have no symptoms. Symptoms often do not begin until the cancer becomes invasive (it takes a period of 6-13 years) and grows into nearby tissue. The most common symptoms are: Abnormal vaginal bleeding, such as bleeding […]

Human Papilloma Virus – HPV IN MEN

Men who are circumcised have a lower chance of becoming infected with HPV.  Men who have not been circumcised are more likely to be infected with HPV  and pass it on to their partners. The reasons are unclear, researchers theory is that the surface of the foreskin (which is removed by circumcision) is easily infected by HPV. Although, Circumcision does not completely protect against HPV infections, men who are circumcised can still be infected and pass it to their partners.



The cervix is the lower part of the uterus (womb). It is sometimes called the uterine cervix. It is part of the female reproductive system. The cervix is a passageway and it connects the uterus to the vagina. During menstrual flow,  blood flows from the uterus through the cervix into the vagina (birth canal). The body (upper part) of the uterus is where a fetus grows.

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JENNIFER’S CERVICAL CANCER STORY – From Sexually Transmitted Disease to Cervical Cancer

Jennifer’s cervical cancer journey started in the year 2013 when she felt severe itching with an open sore around the vulvar and bloody discharge from her vagina. According to her, she went to several hospitals but her condition grew worse with medications, the doctors thought it was just a mere sexually transmitted disease which could […]

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