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Slide 1 - Cervical Cancer : Facts and Information
Slide 2 - What is Cervical Cancer? Cervical cancer is the second most common cause of cancer deaths among women. The central cause of cervical cancer is the HPV. There is very good screening for cervical cancer which includes a Pap test and may include HPV testing if recommended by your healthcare provider.
Slide 3 - What is the cervix? It is the mouth of the uterus (womb) The cervix is responsible for keeping an unborn fetus inside the womb until the fetus is mature enough for delivery.
Slide 4 - These slides we will discuss about : Cervical Cancer screening and Pap Tests Information about Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Information about the Cervical Cancer Vaccine Cervical Cancer Presentation
Slide 5 - Cervical Cancer Screening and Pap Tests
Slide 6 - The Pap Test The Pap test is a very simple and important test. The doctor uses the Pap test to see if there are any changes (abnormal cells) in the cervix that occur before you get cancer. Pap tests are important because these changes in your cervix may occur without you knowing it. If you have pain or discharge, it is not due to these changes.
Slide 7 - When should I get the Pap test? You should start getting Pap tests three years after the onset of sexual intercourse, but no later than age 21. Even after a Pap test, it is important to report any symptoms of abnormal vaginal bleeding, discharge or pain to your doctor.
Slide 8 - What is HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) ? HPV is a sexually transmitted infection that can lead to cervical cancer. While most women will be exposed to HPV, very few will develop any cervical disease. Far fewer will ever develop cervical cancer. HPV also causes a variety of problems like common warts, genital warts and plantar warts.
Slide 9 - How HPV transmitted ? Regular condom use can also help decrease the spread of HPV as well as other sexually transmitted infections. HPV is transmitted to both men and women through sexual intercourse and sexual contact Abstinence is the only way to prevent infection
Slide 10 - How common is HPV Most men and women who have had sex have been exposed to HPV. More than 75% of sexually active women have been exposed to HPV by age 18-22. 80% About 80% of Women will be infected with HPV in their lifetime 7% About 7% of Women will have an abnormal Pap test 300,000/Y 300,000 Women (per year in the United States) will have a high grade precancerous lesions 10,000/Y About 10,000 Women (per year in the United States) will develop cervical cancer
Slide 11 - Who is at risk for HPV ? Women who have ever had sexual contact. Women who have had more than one partner. Women whose partner(s) has had more than one sexual partner. Women who have been diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease.
Slide 12 - Who else is at risk for persistent HPV infection and potentially Cervical Cancer? Women who do not have Pap tests. Women with immune problems: Steroid medications Transplanted organs Chemotherapy HIV Women who smoke.
Slide 13 - How do I lower my risk of HPV infection? Receive the Cervical Cancer Vaccine between the ages of 9–26. Delay onset of sexual activity. Know your sexual partner. Do not smoke. Maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle. Practice safe sex (condom use).
Slide 14 - Thank You Be careful…….