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Living as a Cervical Cancer Survivor Follow-up care. If you have completed treatment, your doctors will still want to watch you closely. It’s very important Ask your doctor for a survivorship care plan. Talk with your doctor about developing a survivorship care plan for you.. Keeping health. Living with cervical cancer Get support to cope during and after cervical cancer treatment.

Coping with cervical cancer Find out what you can do, who can help and about how to cope with a diagnosis of cervical cancer. Living with Cervical Cancer Cervical cancer is cancer of the cervix, the lower portion of the uterus that connects to the vagina. There are two types of cervical cancer: cervical squamous cell carcinomas are the most common (80-90%) and originate in the surface cells of the cervix; the other 10-20% of cases are cervical adenocarcinomas, which originate in the gland cells of the. Living with cervical cancer Being diagnosed with cervical cancer can be a life-changing experience.

Attitudes change, priorities change. Some young women can no longer have children and have to find ways to cope with a different future to the one they had hoped for (see ‘ Fertility ‘). “For most of the patients that have this advanced cancer, the likelihood of them dying is greater than the likelihood of living,” Dr.

Magrina says. “She is in the small group of women that will live.” Intense intervention, critical care. Lena’s cancer required a three-pronged treatment plan: surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy. An estimated one million-plus women worldwide are currently living with cervical cancer.

Many have no access to health services for prevention, curative treatment or palliative care. Cervical cancer is associated with infection by human papillomavirus (HPV). Read more. The most common type of cervical cancer starts when your cervical cells change and become pre-cancerous. So, finding those cells and treating them before they become cancer is.

Living as a Cancer Survivor. For many people, cancer treatment often raises questions about next steps as a survivor. Living as a Cervical Cancer Survivor. The emotional impact of living with cervical cancer can be significant.

It’s important to look after yourself. That means eating healthy food, staying active and looking after yourself emotionally. Sometimes talking to family and friends isn’t enough. Face to face support for people living with or beyond a cervical cancer diagnosis.

Living with cervical cancer Read about ways to cope with any effects of.

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If the patient is found to have invasive cancer that is confined to the cervix or that has only spread into the upper two-thirds of the vagina, she can be treated with either surgery or radiation.

“Family Medicine: Principles and Practice” by J. L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, W. E. Jacott, M. G. Rosen, Robert B. Taylor
from Family Medicine: Principles and Practice
by J. L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, et. al.
Springer New York, 2013

The treatment of pregnant patients with invasive cervical cancer depends on the clinical stage of the disease and, in general, prognosis is not altered by preg

“Blaustein's Pathology of the Female Genital Tract” by Robert J. Kurman
from Blaustein’s Pathology of the Female Genital Tract
by Robert J. Kurman
Springer New York, 2013

Untreated, invasive cervical cancer spreads from the cervix first to the upper part of the vagina, then to the ureters and lower part of the vagina.

“Understanding Laboratory Investigations: A Guide for Nurses, Midwives and Health Professionals” by Chris Higgins
from Understanding Laboratory Investigations: A Guide for Nurses, Midwives and Health Professionals
by Chris Higgins
Wiley, 2012

• The risk of developing cervical cancer is very small if a woman has had regular cervical smears which have always been normal, and she continues to have regular smears.

“Llewellyn-Jones Fundamentals of Obstetrics and Gynaecology E-Book” by Jeremy J N Oats, Suzanne Abraham
from Llewellyn-Jones Fundamentals of Obstetrics and Gynaecology E-Book
by Jeremy J N Oats, Suzanne Abraham
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

Women who have previously been treated for anogenital cancer, particularly for cervical cancer, have a high relative risk of being diagnosed with vaginal cancer.

“Comprehensive Gynecology” by Gretchen M. Lentz, David M. Gershenson
from Comprehensive Gynecology
by Gretchen M. Lentz, David M. Gershenson
Elsevier Mosby, 2012

Invasive cancer that is confined to the cervix and which has only spread into the upper two-thirds of the vagina can be treated with either surgery or radiation.

“Family Medicine: Principles and Practice” by J. L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, W. E. Jacott, M. G. Rosen, Robert B. Taylor
from Family Medicine: Principles and Practice
by J. L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, et. al.
Springer New York, 2013

I Cervical cancer is a common female reproductive system cancer, but the incidence and mortality has been greatly reduced with the Pap smear for early diagnosis.

“Medical-Surgical Nursing” by Priscilla LeMone, Karen Burke, Trudy Dwyer, Tracy Levett-Jones, Lorna Moxham, Kerry Reid-Searl
from Medical-Surgical Nursing
by Priscilla LeMone, Karen Burke, et. al.
Pearson Australia, 2015

So long as the cancer is confined to the ovaries, the chances of survival 5 years after treatment are over 90 percent, but once the cancer has spread to the vagina and other pelvic structures, the chances fall to 50 percent.

“The New Harvard Guide to Women's Health” by Karen J. Carlson, Stephanie A. Eisenstat, Stephanie A. Eisenstat, M.D., Terra Diane Ziporyn, Alvin & Nancy Baird Library Fund, Harvard University. Press
from The New Harvard Guide to Women’s Health
by Karen J. Carlson, Stephanie A. Eisenstat, et. al.
Harvard University Press, 2004

Most women who are diagnosed with cervical cancer have no symptoms; their cancers are discovered at an early stage during their annual gynecologic examination and Pap test.

“Essential Concepts for Healthy Living” by Sandra Alters, Wendy Schiff
from Essential Concepts for Healthy Living
by Sandra Alters, Wendy Schiff
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2005

Cervical carcinoma is infrequent in women who are nulliparous and those who are celibate or monogamous throughout their lives.

“Oncology Nursing Review” by Connie Henke Yarbro, Margaret Hansen Frogge, Michelle Goodman
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by Connie Henke Yarbro, Margaret Hansen Frogge, Michelle Goodman
Jones and Bartlett, 2007

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  • Hello, I’m 2months pregnant and I believe if I hadn’t gotten pregnant I would of never known that I MIGHT have cervical cancer I rarely get checked ��. Well, they can’t do any tests on me until after the baby is born to know for sure if I do or not….I’m praying to God I don’t have it. But the reason one gets cervical cancer is because of the partner they’re having sexual relations with? Because they caught that infection? Just curious ��

  • Solvy soy nueva en tu canal, gracias por compartir tu historia, es dificil tienes mucha razon, Dios hizo ese milagro en tu vida y te contare Q igual en la mia… son una pareja maravillosa aqui tienen una seguidora y de verdad estoy muy agradecida de Q personas como ustedes tengan este canal en you tube… saludos desde Nicaragua bendiciones ��������

  • I have stage 4b cervical cancer and this video I stumbled across by accident and I’m so glad I did as it has helped that someone else understands! You are amazing xx

  • Do you have one in Spanish? My husband needs to watch this for support. 2 weeks ago they found dysplasia and I had a colposcopy done. Yesterday I had cautery done and one of the areas was at CIN3. I been married for 2 years and rather than support from my husband I felt judged and as he was questioning where I got it from as if he couldn’t carry the virus. We lost our first child due to preterm labor and I feel like this waste cause and my doctor at the time just didn’t catch this. I feel like I’m stuck and don’t know how to talk about it anymore. I go back in 3 months with the hopes of it being gone. My husband has to get tested so that I don’t get the virus again… it’s a process so I’m trying to assimilate this situation ��

  • I just bawled. I have been having problems for awhile but doctors didn’t seem to the last year my body is not feeling good, i have a doctors appointment coming up and i am so scared of what they might find. I think PCOS and endo but i have had abnormal cells for cervical cancer before and biopsy was negative. I am praying for the best possible outcome.

  • Hope this girl is still strong, natural treatments can be followed up Intravenous Vitamin C is systemic and molecular, Frankincense Oil in the cervical area, Turmeric Tea by Alvita, Dandelion Root Tea, Graviola Tea by: Bio Company, Juicing, CoQ10, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Selenium, Greens & Vegetables Powder (to raise alkalinity) Mushrooms: Shitake Reishi Maitake, Cruciferous Vegetables eating everyday, Probiotics by Renew Life in the 50 Billion, Vtamins A,C,E,Selenium in combination, Bobs Red Mill Sodium Bicarbonate, Lycopene, Astragalus Tea by: Bravo, iP6 by: Cell Forte, Alkalinic Water 8.8, Green Tea Decaf by: Alvita,..GOD BLESS..

  • wuo! bueno primeramente gracias a Dios ya pasaron por toda esa difícil situación, solo queda esa fuerte experiencia que nos sirve a muchas mujeres de ejemplo para que actuemos con precaución, y que bién que ahora estamos disfrutando de tu muy gran hermosa presencia junto a tu maravilloso esposo.

  • Thank you for sharing your story. God bless your continued healing. I just found out I have hpv and I go Tuesday to have more test done to see if my cells are cancerous and I’m terrified… Praying for mental strength and Gods healing.

  • Please don’t worry anymore. You have a very understanding husband, which is the best thing and also important to have somebody like that who understands us during this situation. You are simply brave, beautiful and blessed. God be with you sister.

  • Thank you so much for sharing your story. It helps to see real people talking about it, I have been struggling lately with finding out I have it and it makes me feel less alone & less stigmatized.

  • I feel so bad but why you didn’t try natural stuff like okra, soursop, eating a alkaline diet i feel bad ��✌ahcc pill or beto glucan to boost your immune system..baking soda apple cider vinegar many ppl tried this.

  • Luis eres un esposo muy comprensivo y amoroso igual Solvy, paisana, eres un guerrera. Me encanta su canal y su contenido, muchas bendiciones a los dos. Una seguidora fiel por aquí! Saludos muchachos!

  • Listening to Andrea really hit home. I had a hysterectomy prior to being able to have children. It is rare to hear another person tell their story who has had a similar experience. Thanks!!

  • My mom was diagnosed with uterine cancer last year and had a hysterectomy. then was cancer free! Almost exactly a year later she went in for a annual Pap smear and they found pre cancer cells on her cervix. Currently going through chemo and radiation. The strongest person I know to day. Not once but twice! Everything is looking good almost done with the treatment. It was definitely a long road but so thankful that everything will be okay. God bless you who are going through this same road. Stay strong

  • Hi, first of all thank your for sharing. You’re brave to do so because it is definitely not easy. I am currently going through something similar. I was diagnosed 7 months ago with stage 1b1 cervical cancer. I wanted to ask you a question. What type of cancer were you diagnosed with? I ask because I was diagnosed with glandular adenocarcinoma and doctors here in the US wanted to go with a hysterectomy right away. I don’t want to go that route because I am married without kids. Just recently I the Dr. said since everything looks the same maybe I can have a 2nd cone, which I am grateful to God for because I ask for him to open the doors that need to be open and close the ones that need to be close. Well for that reason I asked the question. Thanks God Bless you guys. and again thanks for sharing

  • Me hiciste llorar!! Wao Solvy no imaginaba q hayas pasado x esa experiencia.. Gracias a Dios ya estás bien y fuiste muy fuerte!! Y q tienes a Luis q no se puede negar q te adora y te apoya.. un abrazo!!

  • Acabo de ver el video y de verdad te admiro cada día más Solvy eres una mujer con todas las letras. Es increíble ver a Luis serio y me encanta de verdad es adorable como se aman y como te apoyó y aun apoya Dios de mi corazón los. Bendice decreto un camino lleno de paz y salud porque el amor ya lo tienen

  • So devastating! How is she doing now,? I pray that she is still with us. God bless her and her family, including that beautiful little baby!

  • I’m having trouble with my uterus I am bleeding like crazy for 4-5 weeks they send me up to my place to dr. BG whatever you call them and she did a biopsy because she thinks I might have cancer cuz I have all the symptoms

  • Solvy. Bendición. I’m so happy that you are on your way to health!!! Thank you for being so brave and sharing your story!! ��������

  • You’re so lucky that you had a partner during the difficult time. My partenr left me when I was diagnosed. I had to have a hysterectomy and radiation and chemo becuas it was so aggressive. I started my own channel to help others. Chemo is tough and doing it by myself was harder. Hopefully all is well with you now. Drs told me they didnt know how long I had to live but hey I’m still here fighting for my kids. God bless

  • Thank you god…that you’re well and always stay happy & healthy dear sister…as I’m dying from this disease���� I can’t share this pain to anyone �� because no one is there to help me…but I have faith in god that he is with me…please everyone pray for me ��i wish I could also have someone who can stand beside me

  • My sister and best friend just found out hers just returned after doing chemotherapy and radiation and surgery last year. She is very upset, it hurts to see her upset. She is 50.

  • I am hoping I don’t have it. I’m pre-cancer. I think. So I’ll be waiting for another result again. God help me. Please pray for me. I cried in front of the doctor along with my mom so I am hoping so much I don’t have it. I am sacred.

  • I’m going through this right now. Did u get to keep ur reproductive system? Like uterus n everything or did u have to have a hysterectomy?

  • Thank you for sharing your story. I wish you all the best!
    All people ages 9 to 45 can get the HPV vaccine to protect against genital warts and/or different types of HPV that can cause cancer. It’s recommended that children get the vaccine at age 11 or 12, so they’re fully protected years before they become sexually active.
    Also, in the U.S., the test is called a PAP smear.

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  • Que pareja más hermosa y fuerte!! Que fuerte lo que tuviste que pasar, pero gracias a Dios lo superaste!! Me encantan sus videos! Espero poder tener tiemoo pronto para verlos todos! ��

  • Slovy I couldn’t hold my tears watching your video thanks for sharing your experience you are brave! I just wanted to say that the more alkaline diet you do the more you stop cancer cells development, they aren’t able to live in an alkaline body but acid. Keep on being the couple you are and keep receiving blessings from heaven

  • I went to the ER for pain and discomfort after sex along with spotting for the past few weeks, but I thought it wasn’t anything critical. Eventually I felt nauseous and threw up multiples times along with the discomfort but just worst. I went to the ER and they took multiple tests but still nothing. The doctor suggested I see my gynecologist for cervical cancer and ovarian cysts… my appointment is soon. I pray for good health and pregnancy later in my life

  • I was told I had a kidney infection and then I couldn’t handle the pain anymore so I went to ER and they finally did and pap smear and sure enough it was a mass in fact my whole uterus was cancer. I had 6 weeks of radiation and chemo, couple hospital stays, blood transfusions and sick the whole time. Plus 6 surgeries at the end. Now I’m cancer free the doctors are the best as well as my family and friends without them I would have quit!! Only thing is I cannot have kids. Thanks for the video and sharing your story.

  • I was just diagnosed with cervical cancer 2 days ago and have to have a total hysterectomy and radiation. I have been a mess. My fiance and I
    broke up last year. I feel very alone right now with my family and some health problems they are having. Thank you for sharing. Your such a woman of strength and have an amazing husband who has been there the whole time. God bless you!

  • What actual stage were you? I am 1b2 and have been told i need a radical hysterectomy… im researching to see if thats the only solution

  • Ustedes son una de las parejas mas hermosas. Dios o el destino a veces nos pone las batallas mas difíciles a sus guerreras mas valientes… Wow, ojala algun dia pueda encontrar un esposo que me ame incondicionalmente como lo hace Luis contigo. Dios te bendiga Solvy hoy y siempre. Saluditos desde Panamá.


  • Hi Solvi. Im so glad you and your husband overcame this horrible situation.�� You give me great hopes. Were you able to keep your fertility and did you undergo chemotherapy/radiation.?

  • Thank you for your video, my wife was just diagnosed. I dont wanna say the word because it sounds horrible, we dont know what stage she is, she has an appointment tomorrow (3/26/2020) with a specialist i think to find out her stage and what needs to be done. Since they called her and they let her know about it, I’ve been so scare, i try not to show her and try my best to stay strong for her and our kids but its really hard not to think about it. But Your video has given me hope and i thank you for sharing it. I know that like you we are going to go through some difficult times but we are going to overcome it. I know God is with us…Thank you again for sharing your story

  • I’m wondering why you didn’t boost your immune system like ahcc or Beto glucan I’ve heard that boosting your immune system is healthy.

  • I literally cannot relate to any of these stories. I didn’t have HPV. I wasn’t even sexually active. This is so strange. Due to the fact: you can research that HPV rarely leads to cancer. It is only ONE cause. Not the only. I wish they’d stop focusing on the one and help with the other causes.

  • my mom hasn’t done a pap in like 15 yrs. she’s been diagnosed with stage 1b1. she has testing for ct/bone density ecsetera and then treatment down the line. I have never felt so low in my life, super worried in regards to if it spread, God forbid, as well as how she’ll react to the treatments (hysterectomy, etc):\ she’s 50 yrs old. any insight greatly appreciated..

  • I know this is old. I was just diagnosed with stage IIB cervical cancer. I have 4 kids and I’ll be 30 in two weeks. It was the most devastating and difficult phone call I have ever experienced. Thank you for this video.

  • My baby boy and I, send to you a really big big big hug! This was an incredible video… very pure, very touching… this makes me cry a lot! Let me congrats you guys, for being cancer free, because it’s a team work!!! Especially to you Solvy, who experience all that, at so young age. You’ve my admiration and my whole support! Te enviamos un abrazo fuerte de nuevo, desde acá de Venezuela, y deseamos de todo corazón y le pedimos a Dios que te siga cuidando y librando de eso. Esa batalla que pasaste es fuerte y de admirar… realmente eres un gran ejemplo para muchas mujeres. ¡Dios te bendiga! Sigue fuerte, sigue sana, sigue feliz y felicidades por haber librado ésta batalla… God bless you guys!

  • This is heartbreaking! Being a mother myself I can’t imagine having my first baby, then told soon after I was going to die from cervical cancer! I don’t know if she is still alive, but I pray she is.❤️��

  • Hi Luis & Solvy, greetings from Ireland �������� I’m 26 years old, almost 27.

    Here’s My Story ••••• 2 weeks ago I had a hysteroscopy with Endometrial biopsies taken, My first smear/pap test, High vaginal swabs taken & Mirena insertion under general anaesthetic in Hospital. The pain was unbearable so I was given Busopan for the cramps in the left buttock (sorry, TMI) AND 2 × 2mg of morphine for the pain, I went into spasm for the whole time in recovery which was over and hour and a half so they gave me this mattress that they pump in warm air. I was kept on oxygen for the whole during in the recovery room as My surgeon said th that My oxygen saturation levels were very low so that helped to open up my airways. I’ve just received my biopsies and swabs test results back and thankfully all is clear, I’ve to wait 4 more weeks till my smear test results which I’m very anxious and terrified about as I do experience similar symptoms of cervical cancer. My symptoms are: painful intercourse and bleed after, fatigue, pelvic pain every day, regular diehororea, painful urination which the colour changes sometimes.
    I also have a condition called Endometriosis and IBS, I had a diagnostic laparoscopy in May 2016 at age 23, endometriosis found all over my left ovary and was fused to the left utersacral ligament and also found on right broad ligament, I have several adhesions (scar tissues) which my surgeon said they were the for a long time. My period started 3 weeks after turning 10 years old and had symptoms for endometriosis since then.

    I’m now 2 weeks post hysteroscopy and still have excrutiating cramps and abdominal, lower back pain. I was sent to My GP for urgent appointment on Wednesday, She prescribed me Difene 75mg (anti-inflammatories) for a week. she did an internal examination and tried putting the speculum in but I couldn’t tolerate the pain so she very concerned that I was still in alot pain and I slipped down the stairs the day after my OP so my whole body hurts so she rang my gynaecologist’s secretary and explained the situation and felt that I needed to be seen by my gynaecologist asap so I met her on Thursday evening and everything looked normal on the scan but prescribed me augmentin 675mg antibiotics for a week and rescommended multivitamins called BioKult Candéa which will also prevent the risk of thrush and boost me up while on the antibiotics.

    Wishing you both all the best and I’m delighted you got through it, thank you for sharing your story and experience of your cervical cancer journey with us. ������������

  • I’m sitting here about to ugly cry right here with you! Thank you for your bravery & recording this for others out there experiencing the same/similar scary moments in their lives as well!! <3

  • I actually had the exact same diagnosis as you Solvy. It was great to hear another woman’s story, and to know that I’m going through the exact same thing. I’m now 3 months into recovery and it feels like it’s taking forever for me to get back to my old self again. I also had an infection in my lymph node so it’s caused more problems. Thank you for sharing your story…! xo

  • Gracias por este video en estos momentos me estoy enfrentando a lo mismo t es muy duro. me realizaron biopsia de cono sólo espero en la visita con el ginecólogo no tener más células cancerosa. Su vídeo a sido de gran fuerza en este proceso.��

  • Hello solvy!! piensas encargar alguna vez baby??? por que debe ser bellos uds son son hermosos. Dios te bendiga a ti tu esposo y hogar…..saludos desde Venezuela.

  • My late wife Joan fought breast cancer for over 20 years before it metastasized into her pelvic area and brain. She passed on October 2 of this year after a courageous battle against the disease. I teared up watching the video. I pray taht God will grant Solvy a long life free of cancer.

  • Ser sobreviviente de cancer es una superprueba,yo les di la noticia a mi familia dos horas antes de internarme el la clinica, fue muy duro, estuve en coma, pero aqui estamos, eres una luchadora, Solvi las superheroinas si pueden estar casadas ������

  • This happens so often! Thank you for sharing, I tell every women/ young girl I come across to get pap smears regularly after I went through this. CIN3 precancerous cells. Praise God everything was surgically removed and God healed my cervix and God blessed me with a beautiful healthy baby girl.

  • Solvy, if possible, I’d really like to know more about your recovery and the symptoms you experienced after surgery. I’m currently 4 months post surgery (exactly same one as you) and having a number of symptoms, and wondering if it’s normal. Not sure if you’re still commenting on this video:) Thank you in advance!

  • I can relate I was diagnosed March 2016 and I was misdiagnosed prior so I’m stage advance stage 4 and it’s hard especially when it keeps coming back and spreading it’s hard I have 9 year old boy

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  • Muy duro! Im so glad you made it and you are healthy but most importantly, how God put you the best people by your side. Sometimes that’s all we need to make it thru everything! Great story!

  • Awe! I cried listening to his video. So brave to share your story and bring awareness to all of us watching. Solvy you will in my constant prayers from this point on and I will pray for healing. God wants us to draw closer to him through experiences we have in life as a reminder to keep God first in our walk of faith. Look up and in Paris we also have a church. They do bible studies everyday. Much love my spiritual sister. ��

  • I may have high risk of HPV? How can you tell i have it i dont see any warts by my vaginal area? I had a pap test. I dont understand of they may be lying to me?

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