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TUESDAY, Nov. 7, 2017 (HealthDay News)—IUD contraceptive devices may reduce a woman’s risk of cervical cancer by about a third, a new review concludes. Researchers think intrauterine devices (IUDs) might promote an immune response that kills off human papillomavirus (HPV), the virus that causes virtually all cases of cervical cancer. Screening Tests.

Two screening tests can help prevent cervical cancer or find it early—. The Pap test (or Pap smear) looks for precancers, cell changes on the cervix that might become cervical cancer if they are not treated appropriately. TUESDAY, Nov.

7, 2017 (HealthDay News) IUD contraceptive devices may reduce a woman’s risk of cervical cancer by about a third, a new review concludes. Researchers think IUDs might promote an. It’s too soon for the researchers to definitively say that doctors should recommend IUDs as a way to lower your cervical cancer risk, but the link is definitely. An IUD may lower a woman’s risk of cervical cancer by helping to fight off an HPV infection, Cortessis hypothesized.

When an IUD is inserted, it triggers. For most women, HPV will go away on its own; however, if it does not, there is a chance that over time it may cause cervical cancer. Other things can increase your risk of cervical cancer— Having HIV (the virus that causes AIDS) or another condition that makes it hard for your body to fight off health problems. In addition, oral contraceptives might increase the risk of cervical cancer by changing the susceptibility of cervical cells to persistent infection with high-risk HPV types (the cause of virtually all cervical cancers).

Researchers have proposed multiple ways that oral contraceptives may lower the risks of some cancers, includin. IUD May Lower Cervical Cancer Risk. TUESDAY, Nov. 7, 2017 IUD contraceptive devices may reduce a woman’s risk of cervical cancer by about a third, a new review concludes. Researchers think IUDs might promote an immune response that kills off human papillomavirus (HPV), the virus that causes virtually all cases of cervical cancer. “The data say the presence of the IUD in the.

TUESDAY, Nov. 7, 2017 (HealthDay News) IUD contraceptive devices may reduce a woman’s risk of cervical cancer by about a third, a new review concludes. Researchers think IUDs might promote an immune response that kills off human papillomavirus (HPV), the virus that causes virtually all cases of cervical cancer. Why IUDs May Lower Cervical Cancer Risk The researchers have several theories that may explain how the implanted contraceptive protects against cervical cancer.

IUDs are small, T-shaped plastic.

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May increase risk of cervical carcinoma in women infected with HPV virus (increased risk may be due to increased sexual activity).

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• 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.

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The incidence of cervical cancer is higher among women with multiple sexual partners, or husband with multiple partners, as it can cause recurrent exposure to carcinogenic strains of HPV.

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Risk for cervical cancer is slightly increased, which is thought to be because CHCs change cervical epithelium, making it more susceptible to the high-risk pathogenic strains of human papillomavirus (HPV) and because condoms may be used less frequently in prevention of STIs.

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For an unknown reason, risk is decreased in women who have had cervical cancer.

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risk of cervical cancer may be higher—recommend annual cervical smear for 3y and thereafter, as per population screening programme.

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by Stephen Chapman, Grace Robinson, et. al.
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It is not known why some women with the virus develop cervical cancer while others do not, but researchers have identified several additional risk factors that, coupled with HPV infection, may increase the risk of developing cervical cancer.

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• Cervical cancer: OCs may increase risk of cervical carcinomas in women infected with human papillomavirus, although it is unclear whether the increased risk results from sexual activity.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

Cervical cancer is one of the more common cancers affecting women of reproductive age; the risk of cervical cancer correlates with number of sexual partners.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) speculate that 50% of sexually active men and women will experience HPV infection (genital warts) during their lifetime.3 Cancer of the endometrium occurs primarily in postmenopausal women and is more common than cervical cancer.

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  • I had my first test which was conducted by my family doc through a Pap sample because I had severe warts and my results was positive and to HPV. I was not comfortable with that and decided to have another test but this time it was a DNA and the result was still the same positive to HPV. I got my first symptoms of warts probably before some months of my diagnosis and it was really hell for me, I got crazy always trying to pee and do everything else because it had for me lots of discomfort which I couldn’t go on with. I searched lots of dr sebi herbs and I found out that cure is possible with natural remedies but the right person to meet was the biggest problem until I saw many testimonial of people that has been cured by a herb doc DR JUDE.. I copied out his email [email protected] gmail.com and contacted him for help. I also did many researches on him on google and Facebook until I was convinced he is legit before I could trust him help me, after I took his medicine which only last few weeks just as he instructed my life has been restored and body transformed. I got a retest after two weeks of using his medicine and it came back negative, up till now I’ve done series of test ever since I used his herbs and I have still been negative without signs and symptoms of this virus

  • I’m so happy to testify for the good work of Dr. Ovie I have been suffering from HPV and i had frequent symptoms in my private area, after some time it will go away after using acyclovir drugs, then come back after some months. it was disheartening since i have been diagnosed, but after finding Dr.Ovie and his reviews i was convinced that he will definitely cure me and so i contacted and he told me how to get his medicine and using it for just 18 days and i went for check up and at first, i said how can that be possible but i used his herbal medicine after making purchase and truly i used it and went for the test again, and my result came back negative. so i made it a task to share this good testimony in the internet so that those who are sick can benefit and get cured. Also contact Dr Ovie on email: [email protected] gmail.com.…WhatsApp/call:+234905 639 3169 Email:[email protected] gmail.com