Updated: Aug 30, 2020
Cervical cancer cases is not an uprise these days.. According to some studies, Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer, followed by breast cancer , amongst Indian Women.
Some times, there are no particular symptoms of this problem.
Often, this may be accompanied by heavy bleeding or postcoital bleeding or white discharge.
But the good news is that it can be detected a through a very simple test.
The test facility is easily available in the Public Health Centres (PHCs).
Vaccines are also available to prevent this disease.
It is advisable to take this vaccine as a preventive measure. This reduces the risk of cervical cancer.
You should discuss about this with a Gynaecologist and get yourself checked at regular intervals.
Early detection is the key to success.