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Ghanaian Women's Perception on Cervical Cancer Trouble, Inflexibility, and the Webbing Benefits a Qualitative Study at Shai Osudoku District, Ghana
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  • Cervical Cancer 2023, Vol 8(1): 1

Ghanaian Women's Perception on Cervical Cancer Trouble, Inflexibility, and the Webbing Benefits a Qualitative Study at Shai Osudoku District, Ghana

Igor Tsaur*
Department of Urology and Pediatric Urology, University Medicine Mainz, Mainz, Germany
*Corresponding Author: Igor Tsaur, Department of Urology and Pediatric Urology, University Medicine Mainz, Mainz, Germany, Email: [email protected]

Received: 06-Jan-2023 / Manuscript No. ccoa-23-85688 / Editor assigned: 09-Jan-2023 / PreQC No. ccoa-23-85688 (PQ) / Reviewed: 15-Feb-2023 / QC No. ccoa-23-85688 / Revised: 20-Feb-2023 / Manuscript No. ccoa-23-85688(R) / Published Date: 27-Feb-2023


Objective: Cervical is one of the topmost causes of losses worldwide with mortality and prevalence rates loftiest in sub-Saharan Africa including Ghana. The knowledge about cervical cancer trouble and inflexibility has not been considerably studied in utmost developing and developed countries of which Ghana isn't exempted. The study, thus, aimed to explore the views of women about cervical cancer trouble, inflexibility, and the benefits of cervical cancer webbing in pastoral communities in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.

Study design: Qualitative exploratory descriptive design was used to intentionally test 17 actors.

Styles the data collection tool was pretested among 4 women from women to insure its responsibility. Actors were canvassed face to face using asemi-structured interview companion. The interviews were recorded with audio reporters, transcribed verbatim and happy anatomized. Ethics blessing was attained from Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research Institutional Review Board (NMIMR- IRB).

Results: Findings of this study discovered that actors perceived Cervical cancer( CC) as serious on the base that it's causing death of utmost women and lead to depression, insulation and studies of self-murder, and poor sexual performance nearly all the women in this study were apprehensive that cervical cancer webbing( CCS) is salutary in the early discovery of cervical cancer and guarding women against cervical cancer in order to reduce the mortalities associated with cervical cancer. In conclusion, there's high perceived inflexibility to CC and benefits of CCS and hence other studies could be done to assess the uptake of the webbing and amenability to share in the webbing among these actors. It's anticipated that this high perceived inflexibility and benefits will restate into their practices of CCS and hence other experimenters could explore this miracle.


Cervical cancer; cervical cancer webbing; Ghana trouble inflexibility benefits; Qualitative study; Rural women


Cervical cancer is one of the topmost causes of losses amongst gynaecological cancers worldwide. Mortality and prevalence rates of cervical cancer are loftiest in sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Central and Eastern Europe. Cervical cancer has been linked as the leading cause of death among cancers affecting women and about 9 out of 10 women who develop cervical cancer in lower developed countries die. Likewise, in less advanced countries, cervical cancer is diagnosed to be common and ranks second among all cancers. The World Health Organization (WHO) has prognosticated that 5000 new cases of cervical cancer would be diagnosed and 3361 lives would be claimed in Ghana as a result of cervical cancer [1].

Cervical cancer is a problem of adding magnitude in developing countries and the most common cancer affecting women in Ghana. Indeed though the population of people living in Kumasi is advanced than that of Accra, that's4.7 million and 4 million independently it was established that the prevalence of cervical cancer in Ghana is advanced in Greater Accra Region where this study was conducted than the Ashanti Region.

Despite this, there are substantiation that cervical cancer webbing (CCS) in developed countries has reduced mortalities associated with cervical cancer in women who go for screening beforehand. Cervical cancer can be detected through cervical cancer webbing. It's preventable by screening for lesions at original stages before getting cancerous. Studies have reported that further than half of their actors are apprehensive of cervical cancer webbing benefits. Screening for cervical cancer has been linked with a significant reduction of losses associated with it in advanced countries due to early discovery of the condition. Also, the rate at which cervical cancer affects women can be reduced by encouraging women to partake in regular CCS exercises. Hence to helped-cervical cancer from getting invasive, one needs to engage in webbing and other preventative treatment modalities. Sorely enough, it's infrequently handed and infrequently employed by women [2, 3]. ’

Styles & procedures

Exploration questions

The following are the exploration questions.

• What are women's comprehensions about cervical cancer trouble?

• What's the perceived inflexibility of cervical among women?

• What are the comprehensions of women of cervical cancer webbing benefits?

Exploration design

The experimenters used an exploratory descriptive qualitative exploration design to explore the views of women about cervical cancer trouble, inflexibility, and the benefits of cervical cancer webbing. This design allowed the actors to partake their opinions on cervical cancer inflexibility and the benefits of cervical cancer webbing from actors ‘own point of view. The qualitative approach backed in collecting private views of the actors to help better understand the miracle under study [4].

Sample size & fashion

The sample size was 17 women from Shai Osudoku District who gave in- depth information on the miracle. The actors were signed until data achromatise was reached. Data achromatise is the process whereby qualitative experimenters continue with data collection until no new information is participated by actors. Doing this helps to insure the uproariousness of the data collected. A intentional slice fashion was used to elect actors. This fashion indeed though doesn't allow arbitrary selection is grounded on the experimenters enjoy judgment to insure actors who met the addition criteria was named in order to give rich data for this study [5].

Data collection

Asami-structured interview companion developed by the study authors was designed grounded on the study objects to evoke actors’ gests [6]. Following the verbal and spoken concurrence attained from the actors, the experimenters conducted a face-to- face in- depth interview within 4 weeks after ethical concurrence was sought from the Noguchi Me morial Institute for Medical Research Institutional Review Board( NMIMR- IRB) of the University of Ghana (NMIMRIRB036/ 18-19). Women abiding in the Shai Osudoku District in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana, 18 times and over, who could express themselves in Twi (Original shoptalk), or English, or Ga- Adangbe, and were willing to share in the study were signed . Characteristics similar as connubial status weren't used to exempt some actors in order to insure representativeness of sample. Interviews were done by the study authors and lasted for 45–60 min at preferred accessible places to the actors. All interviews were audio- recorded.


Socio- demographic characteristics of actors

Actors signed for this study were 17 ladies who had no medical substantiation of cervical cancer. The actors of this study were within the age range of 22-45 times. Maturity of the actors ( n = 11) was below 30 times. These women were named from colourful churches, seminaries and request places in the quarter. Regarding their connubial status, ten of the women were married whilst seven (7) were single. Actors named spoke in Twi and English shoptalk during the data collection. nearly all the actors, sixteen ( n = 16) spoke English whilst one was canvassed in Twi. Fifteen actors had some formal education with only one pursuing her master's degree. Details of the socio- demographic characteristics of the actors [7-10].


The perception that women have with respects to cervical cancer inflexibility is an important determinant to whether or not they will be willing to partake in CCS. It was, thus, necessary for actors in this study to partake their views pertaining to the inflexibility of CC. Death, low sexual performance; gravidity, depression, anxiety, and insulation were linked by actors in this study as account for cervical cancer inflexibility. Depression and anxiety are major factors that actors suggested hang the lives of women living with cervical cancer. According to actors in this study, some women diagnosed with CC feel extremely sad and upset due to the peril cervical cancer poses to affected women. For illustration, actors attributed the anxieties and depression endured by women with cervical cancer to the fact that it has no cure. This finding was in conformity with a study among Vietnamese Americans. Also, in Taiwan, study findings revealed that women with cervical cancer expressed solicitude as a major health concern( 38). also, in other studies, actors displayed anxiety. In this study, actors reported suicidal tendencies if depression isn't managed duly. The findings concur with a 2013 study using women in Sweden diagnosed with cancer which shows that some of the actors committed self-murder whilst others tried self-murder.


Women viewed CC as a serious and life hanging condition since it has no cure and leads to the death of most affected women. Besides CC inflexibility was linked to gravidity, insulation, depression and poor sexual performance. The maturity of actors perceived cervical cancer webbing as salutary since it helps women to know their status, and descry cancer cells beforehand for preventative and treatment measures. This high perceived inflexibility of CC and vulnerability of CCS present openings for early webbing and timely family support.


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Citation: Tsaur I (2023) Ghanaian Women's Perception on Cervical Cancer Trouble, Inflexibility, and the Webbing Benefits a Qualitative Study at Shai Osudoku District, Ghana. Cervical Cancer, 8: 143.

Copyright: © 2023 Tsaur I. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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