Unnecessary to have cervical jabs

Unnecessary to have cervical jabs

How does HPV lead to cervix cancer? HPV is spread through sex, and it can cause an infection in the cervix. The infection usually doesn’t last very long because your body is able to fight the infection. If the HPV doesn’t go away, the virus may cause cervix cells to change and become pre-cancer cells. Pre-cancer cells are not cancer. Most cells with early pre-cancer changes return to normal on their own. Sometimes, the pre-cancer cells may turn into cancer if they are not found and treated. Very few HPV infections lead to cervix cancer. Who can get cervix cancer? Because HPV is so common, any woman who has ever had sex can get cervix cancer. But, most women who get HPV do not get cervix cancer. Women who have their Pap tests as often as they should are least likely to get cervix cancer. Some women have a greater chance of getting cervix cancer if they: - Have HPV and it do...

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