Cervical cancer, is cancer that occurs in the tissues at the base of the uterus, affects thousands of women every year. There are routine tests that are discovered abnormal cells before they are fully cancerous, so it is possible to treat cervical cancer before it spreads throughout the body. However, many women lose the early warning signs of cervical cancer, and then end with late-stage cancer that is more difficult to remove. A young woman, 24 Heather Keating, is to share the story of her fight against cervical cancer so that more people can be aware of what to look for.
Normally, a gynecologist can perform a Pap test that alerts the physician to any abnormal cells, but most doctors do not start performing these tests until women they are 25, because younger women have a high risk of cervical cancer. Since I was very young, general practitioner Heather told he had no right to a free Pap test to detect cervical cancer yet. Although Heather had started bleeding when he was not in his time, no one thought she had cervical cancer at first, just because of their age.
However the bleeding continued to worsen, and Heather realized she was also bleeding after having closeness. After three months of this, the bleeding was so bad that Heather was actually anemic. Eventually she was able to convince his doctors that something was wrong, and Heather was diagnosed with cervical cancer stage. Fortunately, an MRI confirmed that cancer cells had not spread throughout the body of Heather. During the first stage of cervical cancer, all cancer cells are confined to the cervical tissue, so Heather’s cervix was removed with surgery. Heather now has recovered from the surgery, and so far, have not found other cancer cells in your body.
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