Cervical Cancer: Treatment and Support

Common types of treatments for Cervical cancer include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, targeted-therapy. The stage of a cervical cancer is the most important factor in choosing treatment. However, other factors that affect this decision include the exact location of the cancer within the cervix, the type of cancer (squamous cell or adenocarcinoma), age, overall physical condition, and whether want to have children. Women treated for cervical cancer may experience a range of physical side effects and changes. They include bladder problems, bowel problems, lymphoedema, fertility problems and menopause. Having cervical cancer is physically draining, but it can also be emotionally draining as well. After the treatment for Cervical cancer, they have to follow-up. For some women with cervical cancer, treatment may remove or destroy the cancer. Completing treatment can be both stressful and exciting. You might be relieved to finish treatment, but find it hard not to worry about cancer coming back. Cancer survivors can be affected by a number of health problems, but often their greatest concern is facing cancer again. Some of the treatments can cause physical changes which can affect a women’s sexual life but many of these effects can be prevented or treated.

    Related Conference of Cervical Cancer: Treatment and Support

    Cervical Cancer: Treatment and Support Conference Speakers