Cervical cancer clinic is equipped with the necessary diagnosis and treatments through the methodical techniques and methods by a team of experienced gynecologists, obstetrician, and oncologists. The well-furnished clinic conducts necessary X rays, Ultrasound Imaging, CT scans, HPV DNA tests to understand the stage of Cervical Cancer. Upon a suspect of the cancer cells in the cervix, the doctors will examine the issue by conducting a further biopsy and advanced examination to confirm the presence of carcinogens. The series of prevaginal examination is indispensable through a state of the art clinic to affirm the presence of cancer cells and thereby by initiating a proper treatment.

What is Cervical Cancer?
Cervical cancer is a form of cancer that affects the cervix of women. A cervix is a part of the uterus located above the vagina. The human papillomavirus present in the cervix develops cancerous cells leading to cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is second most common cancer in women. Cervical cancer initially begins in the cervix, but eventually spreads to surrounding region of rectum and bladder in the advanced stage. If the diagnosis is carried out at initial stage then the patient could be relieved from the intense discomfort in future.

Symptoms and Causes:
Initial stages of Cervical Cancer do not display any symptoms. The advanced stages would show following symptoms:
  • Pelvic pain.
  • Pain during intercourse.
  • Vaginal discharge with foul odor.
  • Vaginal bleeding after intercourse or after menopause or between periods.

Cancer generally affects after the age of 30 and the causes of Cervical cancer include:
  • Multiple sexual partners.
  • Unprotected sex or sex at early age.
  • Sexually transmitted infections.
  • HIV.
  • HPV infection.
  • Smoking.

Essential treatment: Fertility-sparing surgeries or simple surgeries are undertaken to treat the Cervical cancer affected patient. Advanced stage of Cervical Cancer is treated with Radiotherapy and surgery, both. The procedure follows with relative medications. Cervical cancer could be prevented by avoiding multiple sexual partners, thereby refraining from sexually transmitted infections, usage of condoms, pap-smear test to know the initial stages of cancer, vaccinated against HPV and quitting smoking.