3 “warnings” of cervical cancer

1. Abnormal vaginal discharge

If women suffer from cervical cancer, they will have abnormal leucorrhea, such as watery or rice soup-like secretions, and a fishy smell. This phenomenon must not be ignored. Some women do not take the change of leucorrhea seriously, which causes cervical cancer.

2. Abnormal bleeding from the lower body

The symptoms of cervical cancer are often irregular lower body bleeding at first. For young women, it is manifested as increased menstrual flow, prolonged cycles, and bleeding after intercourse. The menopausal women show irregular bleeding.

3. Feel the lump in the groin

When cervical cancer is in its early stage, there is no lumps, but the lumps may be felt in the groin area as the cancer spreads.

If a woman has the above situation, it means that the cervix has become cancerous, and she needs to go to the hospital for treatment as soon as possible.

To stay away from cervical cancer, women should do these 3 things.

1. Exercise more

Exercise can help improve our immunity to a certain extent. Through exercise, it can stimulate blood vessels and accelerate the flow of blood in the body, thereby helping to speed up metabolism, regulate endocrine, and strengthen the body.

2. Vaccination against cervical cancer

The World Health Organization believes that 9 to 14-year-old girls should be the primary population for vaccinations for cervical cancer prevention. This is because 9 to 14-year-olds are basically people before the first sexual life and have not been infected with HPV virus. If they are vaccinated at this age, the antibody titers produced and the reactivity of cervical cancer immunity will be better.

3. Remove HPV virus

Studies have shown that the occurrence of cervical cancer is mainly related to high-risk HPV infection. However, HPV virus infection generally has no obvious symptoms. Most women who are infected with HPV virus will not experience any discomfort in their bodies. It is difficult to find out if they are not specifically examined. This is why many women are not discovered until the advanced stage of cervical cancer.

Tips: treatment and prevention of cervical cancer

The current treatment methods include physical therapy, drug therapy, immunotherapy and vaccination, but the current vaccine cannot treat infection. HPV infection is self-limiting, and under normal circumstances, it may get better on its own within six months to one year. In addition, sexual partners should be diagnosed and treated in a timely and effective manner, and protective measures should be taken to avoid contact. For women with poor immunity, quinoa peptidoglycan food should be supplemented in daily life to enhance the body’s immunity, activate the body’s immune cells, enhance the body’s antiviral ability, and help HPV turn negative.