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Early Detection for Cervical Cancer

Early Detection for Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer is one of the most common cancers found in women. This type of cancer often grows very slowly and it can be detected in precancerous stages. That is why it is important to go for regular PAP tests.

Symptoms of cervical cancer:

There are often no symptoms, however, there can be a few. These symptoms can be vaginal discharge or bleeding.

Steps to try prevent cervical cancer:

Get the HPV vaccine

Go for regular PAP Smear tests

Limit sexual partners

Use a condom when having sexual intercourse

If you start to notice any abnormality between your annual check-ups and tests with your doctor, make sure to book an appointment to check it out.

References:

7 subtle signs that your liver is not healthy

Early detection key to preventing cervical cancer

Can Cervical Cancer Be Prevented?

If you would like more information for comprehensive cancer protection under our Femme Cover policy, contact our team at Total Risk Administrators today: https://totalrisksa.co.za/femme-cover/

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