Cervical Cancer Screening


You can never be too cautious when it comes to your health. At Definite Cure, we provide state of the art cervical cancer screening technology to make sure that there are no compromises when it comes to your good health.

Cervical cancer screening is an important routine test for women. This test is used to check for any abnormalities in the cervix or surrounding areas. It is most accurate and effective in checking for any cancerous growth and early detection of cervical cancer in women



How It Works

The best cervical cancer screening age is 21 years. This is when women should include this test as part of their routine check-up. The recommended interval at which women should opt for this screening procedure is as follows:

  • 21-29 years- Women in this age group must have a Pap test done every 3 years. At this age, HPV test is not required.
  • 30-65 years- Women in this age group must have a Pap test as well as an HPV test done every 5 years.

Women who have the following symptoms also need a cervical cancer screening:

  • Spotting in between periods
  • Heavier or longer menstrual cycle
  • Bleeding following intercourse or a pelvic exam
  • Excessive vaginal discharge
  • Painful sexual intercourse
  • Bleeding even after menopause
  • Persistent pain in the pelvic region and the back

Women who have health issues like HIV or have had any surgery like a hysterectomy also require regular screening. Women above the age of 65 years who have not had any abnormalities or have had the cervix removed after hysterectomy is can stop the screening procedure.

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Cervical cancer screening treatment is very important for women who are aged 21 years or above. For cervical cancer to develop into a malignant and serious condition, it usually takes between 3-7 years.

Getting a routine cervical cancer screening is beneficial in detecting cervical cancer in the early stages even when there are no visible symptoms. This screening method can also detect the presence of HPV or human papillomavirus which is not visible in other routine tests. HPV is one of the most common form of infection that can lead to changes in the cervical cells, ultimately leading to cancer.

Types Of Procedures

Cervical cancer screening procedure consists of two tests:

  • Pap Test- Cell samples from the cervix are examined to check for any abnormalities.
  • HPV Test- Cell samples from the cervix are examined to check for high-risk types of HPV Virus.

In order to collect the sample, the woman is made to lie on the exam table. Using a speculum, the vagina is opened in order to collect the cells with a sampling instrument or brush.

  • Reliable screening and testing methods
  • High end technology
  • Painless procedures
  • Minimum hospital stay
  • Highly experienced doctors

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