Cervical Cancer Treatment

Cervical Cancer Treatment

Cervical cancer treatment – The treatment of cervical cancer is influenced by several factors, therefore it may be the treatment of one patient with another patient is different. Factors influencing the treatment depend on the patient's age, type of cancer, stage of cancer, other medical conditions that are being dealt with and many other factors. The treatment of cervical cancer is treated by some team that consists of several specialists. The doctor will help the best way for the treatment of cervical cancer, but the decision depends on you. Based on the stage of cancer, the treatment is divided into two. The first surgical is removal of all or part of an organ of the womb, radiotherapy, or both. While the second is the treatment of late stage cervical cancer that is by way of radiotherapy, chemotherapy.

If cervical cancer is already known from the early stages, could probably recover a total, but if a new cancer condition known to so opportunity recovered decreased. In more severe cases, treatment of cervical cancer by means of palliative care. This way is to suppress the growth and spread of cancer cells, reduce the symptoms and prolong the age of the patient.

# Cancer cells ecstasy

If the results of Pap smear do not look, it can be seen from biological changes and can become cancerous in the future. Here is how to deal with:
  1. The biopsy cone: it is a land mapping that abnormal tissue through a surgical procedure.
  2. Laser Therapy: Use laser to burn abnormal cells.
  3. Linz-Circumcision A big loop from or area shift: abnormal cells and thin cut brackets and electric current.
# Surgery to remove cervical cancer

1. The process of eradication of radical electric rods
This procedure is more appropriate for detecting cervical cancer at an early stage, which will expose women who still wish to have children. The aim of this process is to raise the cervix, the surrounding tissues, and the upper part of the v4g*1n4, without raising the uterus.
You still have the privilege of getting children because the uterus does not lift. After surgery, the uterus and the v4g*1n4 take time to recover. It is well advised to wait six months to a year after surgery before deciding to get pregnant.

2. Processes involving the appointment of Uterus
Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the woman's morgue. The uterus is eradicated for a variety of reasons, one of which is for the early stage of cervical cancer surgery. In order for cancer not to return, radiotherapy may also be necessary. There are two types of cervical surgery first, simple uterine eradication. This is the procedure that will raise the cervix and uterus. In some cases, ovaries and fallopian tubes can also be set. This procedure can be carried out at an early stage of cervical cancer.

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The second root uterus, cervical, uterus, surrounding tissues, lymph glands, ovaries, and fallopian tubes, will be lifted everything. This process is likely to be carried out at an early stage on cervical cancer, one and the second advanced stage.

Side effects or complications of short-term uterine removal surgery are:
  • The bleeding
  • The infection
  • The risk of being infected with the ureters, bladder and rectum
  • Blood clotting
The possibility of long-term complications from surgical hysterectomy includes:
  • Inability to catch urine.
  • The v4g*1n4 becomes shorter and drier, sexual intercourse can be painful.
  • Obstructive bowel digestion due to the accumulation of scar. Another process may be needed to open it.
  • Swelling of the arms and legs due to accumulation of fluid or levdema.
Despite the risk of small complications, but it would be very annoying if it happened. With the eradication of the uterus, pregnancy is not likely to occur, and if the ovary is lifted, it can also lead to the onset of menopause in patients that have not seen it.

3. Pelvic Exhale
The exhale tub is the main surgery that is advised only if the cervical cancer has reappeared after treatment and never healing. This process is performed if the cancer is returned to the pelvic area, but it has not spread to other areas.

After surgery, the v4g*1n4 can be rebuilt wearing skin and tissues from other parts of the body. You can still have s3*x after a few months of surgery.

There are two stages of pelvic exhale that should be skipped. The first stage, cancer will be raised with the bladder, rectum, v4g*1n4, and the lower part of the intestines. Then the second stage, the two holes called stoma will be in the abdomen to remove the urine and stool of the body. Sloppy garbage placed in the storage bag, branded the colstony pouch.

# Treatment of cervical cancer with radiotherapy
 


To treat cervical cancer at an early stage, radiotherapy can be performed alone or in combination with surgery. While in the final stages of cervical cancer, radiation and chemotherapy treatment will be combined to control bleeding and pain.

# Radioactive therapy can be given in two ways:


  1. Eksternal. The engine will release high-powered radiation waves to the patient's pelvis to destroy cancer cells.
  2. Internal. The radioactive implant will be introduced into the v4g*1n4 and cervix.
Radiotherapy treatments usually extend to two or more months. However, radiotherapy does not only destroy cancer cells, and sometimes also radiotherapy that destroys healthy tissues. Side effects can last for several months or even years. In some cases, these side effects can be permanent. But most side effects will disappear within two months after the treatment is finished.

The advantages of radiotherapy are often greater than risks and side effects. For some people, radiotherapy only offers hope for destroying cancer. The egg can be raised by running the ovaries before radiotherapy, if you are concerned about the fertility problem. This egg can be cultivated again in the uterus to prevent menopause, and the ovaries can be transported outside the pelvic area unaffected by radiation. This process is better known as the ovary.
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# Follow-up procedure after treatment
 
After treating cervical cancer, it is very important to have further examination. Especially for required for v4g*1n4l and cervical if cancer is not set yet. The aim of this examination is to look for the foreboding because of the risk of cancer. The biopsy will be done again if there is a suspicion. The resurgence of cancer usually occurs about a year and a half after treatment. Advanced treatments are conducted every four months, for the first two years after the treatment has been completed. Then, every six months to once a year during the next three years.

That's some way to treat cervical cancer, may be adding to the knowledge and beneficial for all.



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