According to the latest statistics, cervical cancer is one of the deadliest types of gynecological cancer. But, you shouldn’t be worried, because the medical experts claim that this type of cancer has a high rate of successful treatment – if detected early. You should also know that cervical cancer is usually caused by HPV or the human papillomavirus, which is highly contagious. This virus is an STI (sexually transmitted infection) and it comes in many types but only some cause cervical cancer. The medical experts claim that the HPV infection might go away on its own, or if your immune system is weakened – it could cause abnormal cell growth that may lead to cervical cancer.
Note: make sure contact your gynecologist immedieatly if you notice any of these warning signs. These are the 7 most common signs of cervical cancer