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Cervical cancer is the third most common malignancy in women worldwide. Get the facts on cervical cancer causes (HPV or human papilloma virus), symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and more with our Cervical cancer ppt presentation. We have collected information about cervical cancer eg: HPV Types,HPV Symptoms,Cervical Cancer Vaccine Benefits and more. Download Cervical cancer PPT Presentation Now!

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Slide 1 - Cervical Cancer : types , symptoms and vaccines
Slide 2 - HPV Types There are many HPV types that can infect the genital tract. They are divided into ‘High Risk’ and ‘Low Risk’ types. All types may go away on their own, but there is no way to predict if the types you may have will go away. HPV detected today could have been acquired years ago. “Low Risk”Types Can cause warts May not have any symptoms “High Risk”Types Can cause pre-cancer or cancer of the cervix May not have any symptoms
Slide 3 - There are over 100 types of HPV that infect humans. This vaccine only protects against 4 ‘High Risk’ types of the over 100 HPV types. Although these 4 types cause the majority of cervical cancer, it is important to understand the vaccine will not protect you against all HPV types. This is the major reason why the vaccine will not replace a Pap test. The High Risk HPV Types
Slide 4 - HPV Symptoms While most women will be exposed to HPV, there are generally no symptoms for the HPV types that cause cancer. If you have some symptoms related to your gynecological organs (examples : pain, irregular bleeding or discharge) it is unlikely that it is due to HPV and you need to discuss this with your health care provider.
Slide 5 - The cervical cancer vaccine (also called the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine or HPV vaccine) protects you from getting infected with the ‘High Risk’ HPV types that cause 70% of cervical cancer. The vaccine also provides protection against the HPV types that cause 90% of cervical warts. The Cervical Cancer Vaccine
Slide 6 - Cervical Cancer Vaccine Benefits While it is very exciting to have a vaccine that prevents cervical cancer, not everyone will have the same benefits or results. The benefits from the vaccine depend on your prior HPV exposure. The more HPV exposure you have had, the less likely the vaccine will work for you. The risk of HPV exposure increases with sexual activity.
Slide 7 - Previous HPV exposure If you are already chronically infected with the ‘High Risk’ HPV types that the vaccine specifically targets, the vaccine will have minimal or no effect on you. The vaccine does not work to eliminate current chronic HPV infections, it only prevents you from getting specific types of HPV infection in the future.
Slide 8 - What about HPV testing ? Currently, there is no FDA approved test to see if you have the HPV types that this vaccine targets. You should not get the HPV test before vaccination because it will not help decide whether or not you should get the vaccine.
Slide 9 - Abnormal Pap Tests If you have ever had an abnormal Pap result, you have likely been exposed to HPV and may be chronically infected with HPV. While you can still receive the vaccine, the vaccine is not likely to be as effective.
Slide 10 - Older than 26 The vaccine is not FDA approved for women over the age of 26 nor is it approved for men. Since there is no proven benefit in HPV vaccination for women over 26, your insurance carrier may not pay for the vaccine. Regular Pap tests and gynecology visits will still effectively reduce your risk for cervical cancer.
Slide 11 - The risks of receiving the vaccine are minimal and similar to other vaccines. The most common reported side effects are: Redness and soreness where the shot is given. Headaches (like when you have a cold or fever). Fever. If you become pregnant soon, there may be risks to your unborn fetus. Side Effects of the Vaccine
Slide 12 - You should not receive the vaccine today if you are: Very Sick Allergic to Yeast Pregnant Trying to become pregnant Who should NOT receive the vaccine
Slide 13 - You must continue to get regular Pap test follow-up. Even though you have been vaccinated, you should still practice safe sex (condom use) or abstinence to protect yourself from HPV infection and infections that are transmitted through sex. Follow-up after vaccination
Slide 14 - Today Vaccination 1 Month 2 Vaccination 2 Month 6 Vaccination 3 Vaccination Complete Follow-up Pap tests The cervical cancer vaccination is given over 3 visits. Today, then in about 2 months and then in about 4 months. It is not known at this time whether booster shots will be needed. Please make the additional vaccination appointments before you leave. Additional Vaccinations
Slide 15 - Thank You