cervical Cancer Can Be Prevented
With The Right Test At The Right Time
Cervical cancer is the commonest cancer cause of death amongst women in India. Regular screening tests and follow-ups can prevent cervical cancer, one of the most preventable form of gynecological cancers.
In most cases cervical cancer can be prevented through early detection and treatment of abnormal cell changes that occur in the cervix years before cervical cancer develops.
If you are older than 21 years, you will need to get yourself checked regularly to rule out cervical cancer. Cervical Cancer Screening includes a Pap and an HPV (Human Papillomavirus) Test. Women between 21-29 years should get these tests done once every three years and women between 30-65 years should get it done once every five years.
Schedule your Cervical Cancer Screening today to rule out abnormal growth that may be an indicator of cancer. It usually takes 3–7 years for changes in cervical cells to become cancerous. Cervical cancer screening may detect these changes before they become cancer. Women with low-grade changes can be tested more frequently to see if their cells go back to normal. Women with high-grade changes can get treatment to have the cells removed.
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Cervical Cancer Screening