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Cervical Cancer Sexual Circumcised
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
Hard not to, but: The incidence of CC in a child is very, very unusual. It takes 10-20 yrs to develop. Only 1% of cases are seen before age 20. But, it's not impossible. The contact might be prenatal)mother to child) or non-sexual hand contact w/ genital area, but it wouls raise the? Of abuse in most people. It's very rare - ask Dr! ...Read more
Low: While the chances of dysplasia are low when you have only have a single sexual partner, your partner may not have only have a single partner, and therefore could infect you with hpv, the most common cause of cervical cancer. Do a pap smear and you will know if you are at risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Good question: Cervical cancer screening focuses on the detection of abnormal cells affected by the hpv virus. As this virus is extremely prevalent (>50% of the population) anything that exchanges bodily fluids (semen, vaginal fluids, etc) could put a person at risk. Therefore, sharing vibrators, etc could theoretically put a person at risk for cervical cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please do!: I am aware of the political and religious issues. In my opinion as a cancer doctor, go ahead and give her th 3 shots. If even she remains sexually pure till marriage, her husband might carry the virus and infect her. Up to 30% of throat cancer is caused by the virus and strains which are transmitted by oral sex. President clinton was naive and wrong when he said he did not have sex with this woman. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cervical cancer: Not very likely at your ageGet a more detailed answer ›
How fast can cervical cancer be diagnosed? Currently sexually inactive but had few times of oral sex 4 months ago.
Yes: The transmission of a sexually transmitted disease is independent from the fact of a woman having cervical cancer. Most cervical cancers are caused by hpv (human papilloma virus), and are considered a sexually transmitted disease, but there are many other diseases that are transmitted sexually. ...Read more
I'm 25 but I have never had sexual intercourse. How likely it would be for me to have cervical cancer?
Almost: Impossible. Cervical cancer comes from the HPV virus that you get through sexual contact. It can be gotten through close contact other than intercourse if the contact was close enough though. So still be careful rubbing bare skin to skin if you don't want sexually transmitted diseases ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Should a nonsexually active woman of 26 wait to have a smear test done until she's sexually active? How high is her risk of cervical cancer at present
Low risk but possibl: In the US, the first formal pelvic exam and surveillance is recommended within the first year of sexual activity or by age 21. Further exams would be determined by the results of your initial exam and the preference of your physician. The risk of cervical cancer is low at 26 but does occur and the salvage rate for advanced stages is less than early disease. ...Read more
What are common symptoms of cervical cancer and how quickly can it spread? I know sexual discomfort can be a symptom, but what exactly does that mean?
Irregular vaginal bl: Vaginal bleeding other times than the monthly period is an early symptom of cervix cancer. Pain or discomfort are not early symptoms. But cervix caner is relatively slow growing and easy to detect if you are alert to any new vaginal symptoms especially unexpected bleeding or vaginal discharge. Bleeding after sexual intercourse can be a ealy clue. ...Read more
What could cause vaginal burning/stinging only when I get sexually aroused? Could it be cervical cancer?
Not related: Cervical cancer does not cause these symptoms. Hopefully you are getting your pap smear done for cancer prevention. It sounds like you have a vaginal lubrication problem. You may want to discuss the use of astroglide or another lubricant when you schedule your visit with an obgyn to discuss this problem in more detail. ...Read more
Is there a connection between cervical cancer and having sexual intercourse with circumcised man?
Not specificly: The present thinking on cervical cancer involves acquiring a virus during vaginal sex that may spend decades in your body before it begins to change your cervix & lead to cancer. Many strains of the virus exist & a man, circumcised or not, may carry it for decades without knowing it. So any carrier man can pass it to you. A vaccine to prevent 4 strains is available but only helps before you get it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How risky is having sexual intercourse with someone whose ex-partner was diagnosed with HPV cervical cancer?
We don't know.: What you do know is that this new sexual partner has likely been exposed to hpv strains that are the high risk type. However, it is unlikely that you or anyone else for that matter will go through life having never been exposed to hpv. Hpv is extremely common and hpv vaccine, getting regular pap smears and follow up/treatment is the only way to truly prevent cervical cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the risk associated with having sexual intercourse with someone whose ex partner was diagnosed with HPV cervical cancer?
If one has hpv (type causing cervical cancer)&doesn't wash their hands, then gives you a non-sexual massage, can you get HPV due to the continuous touch?
What can I do if my obgyn doctor told me that cervical cancer is sexually transmitted, is that true?
How common is cervical cancer for a 25 year old who has never had a pap smear? I have engaged in sexual activity but have not had intercourse.
Uncommon: Most cervical cancers are due to infection with a virus, human papiloma virus (hpv) which is usually acquired through sexual intercourse. Oral sex can transmit hpv and using condom is not protective either. You are too young to have cervical cancer, but I would strongly urge you to seek care for preventive services, including hpv vaccine, though you may have missed the recommended age for vaccine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer