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What Happens If A Man Gets Cervical Cancer Jab
Protect against HPV: The cervical cancer jab is actually a vaccine against the human papilloma virus. This virus can cause genital warts in both men and women, and can cause cervical cancer in women. If a man gets this vaccination, he will be protected against some of the high-risk types of hpv to prevent genital warts (and also prevent him from infecting sexual partners with the virus). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
What would happen if a man had the cervical cancer jab? Where do viruses stay on a man's body anyway?
Yes.: Cervical cancer is most commonly caused by infection with human papilloma virus (hpv). Hpv can be transmitted sexually from skin to skin contact between two women. I believe the "cervical cancer jab" you are referring to is gardasil, which is a vaccine against high-risk types of hpv that can cause cervical cancer, and women who have sex with women should receive the vaccine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
HPV virus: Sexual intercourse and infection with the human papilloma virus is the cause behind cervical cancer. The pap test and hpv test can screen for this disease. If a gynecologist or primary care physician is seen with regularity and performs the pap, abnormal results can be treated before the development of cancer in most women. ...Read more
I know a certain strain of HPV causes cervical cancer. Is it more likely to get penis cancer if your partner has had cervical cancer?
What happens if a women is pregnant then gets diagnosed with cancer does the baby get cancer or grows to get it later in lfe?
No cancer: If a woman delivers a healthy baby and has had cancer during the pregnancy, the baby will not develop cancer. The chance that there are circulating tumor cells during the pregnancy are slight and such cells do not have the capability of growing in a healthy newborn. In addition even if circulating cells were present they would not pass thru the placental circulation. ...Read more
HPV is superficial,: In foreskin in uncircumcized or on glans and shaft, or perineum in male. Ejaculate likely has no or little hpv. In vitro fertilization could be an option...It is done for couples discordant with HIV at some centers. You and partner should visit and be counseled at a fertility clinic. The costs are high, and not covered by insurance. ...Read more
Various developments: If lesion small and cutaneous, then lesion will grow, ulcerate and scab over. If aggressive skin lesion on face or chest wall such lesions rapidly metastasize to region nodes such as those of parotid or axilla and then require radical node dissection. Have seen cases where a chest wall lesion metastatic to axilla required amputation secondary to major vessel involvement. ...Read more
It happens.: This has happened before to childbearing age women. All cancer doctors have experienced this. Depending on the exposure of radiation and the trimester of pregnancy frank discussions of risk to the baby take place. If it happens while taking treatment as you state and the belly is not the area of treatment there may be ways to shield and protect the baby. You can not directly radiate the baby. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If your a teenage girl and u got the cervical cancer shot is it guaranteed you wont get the disease?
Has good protection: Vaccines offer good protection against some very bad diseases. Of course, there are no guarantees in life. As the saying goes, the only certainties are "death and taxes". There is generally no reason for a teen girl not to get the human papilloma virus vaccine (gardasil) to protect her against cervical cancer and genital warts. Too many people have the hpv virus, so protection is a good thing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me if a pregnant woman gets cancer, is the fetus's cells immune from getting cancer, too?
Possibly: The placenta may stop cancer cells in the mother's blood from going to the fetus. A fetus's developing immune system may also kill cancer cells that cross the placenta. However, there are cases of cancer spreading from a mother to the fetus. I recently treated a mother and child with metastatic melanoma. It was discovered during mom's pregnancy and her child got the disease too. ...Read more
It's not treatable: Excellent question, and subtle. The man's hpv usually doesn't produce a lesion that can be excised, and the hpv itself cannot be removed from either partner -- just the precancer / cancer. Once you have met a particular strain of hpv, it's there for life. This is in contrast to chlamydia and trichomonas, in which it's good to treat both partners in a current relationship at the same time. ...Read more
Recovery BreastCA TX: Most of our ladys with early breast ca will have breast conserving therapy, lumpectomy and radiation. Assuming no chemo is involved these ladys do very well. They will usually miss a few days work right after surgery and than work thur the radiation and be healed up about two to four weeks later. Always be the potential for long term tenderness at the lumpectomy site &rare risk lymphadema. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me if there's a foreskin, does it mean that a man recieving anal sex with a man whose penis has a foreskin could get bowel cancer?
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