Most women do not have any signs or symptoms of a precancer or early-stage cervical cancer. Cancer usually does not exhibit symptoms until other tissues and organs have been affected. In addition, symptoms may be caused by a medical condition instead of cancer.
Any of the following could be signs or symptoms of cervical dysplasia or cancer:
- Blood spots or light bleeding between or following periods
- Menstrual bleeding that is longer and heavier than usual
- Bleeding after intercourse, douching, or a pelvic examination
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Bleeding after menopause
- Increased vaginal discharge
Early detection and treatment of precancerous cells and cancer increase the chances of preventing or curing cancer. The symptoms listed above should be reported to a doctor if you experience any of them. Even if these seem to be symptoms of other, less serious conditions, speaking with a cervical cancer doctor about them is important.
We are a team of doctors with comprehensive experience diagnosing and treating people with cervical cancer, including a rare type of cancer. We provide our patients with the most advanced cancer diagnosis and treatment techniques available, which include:
- Precise diagnostics. Our doctors use the latest technology and their extensive experience to provide accurate cervical cancer diagnoses at Zeeva Clinic. To determine the best treatment plan for you, your care team will use advanced imaging, sentinel node biopsy, and ultra staging techniques.
- A full range of treatment options. Radiation therapy, brachytherapy, chemotherapy, targeted drug therapy, immunotherapy, and surgical procedures are available to patients with cervical cancer, including simple hysterectomy, radical hysterectomy, robotic hysterectomy, and robotic hysterectomy, and fertility-sparing surgery.
Chemotherapy (chemo) uses anti-cancer drugs that are injected into a vein or given by mouth. These drugs enter the bloodstream and can reach almost all areas of the body, making this treatment useful for killing cancer cells in most parts of the body.
Immunotherapy aims to boost a person’s immune system so that it can recognize and destroy cancer cells more effectively. Typical immunotherapy involves enhancing the immune system by targeting specific proteins. The side effects of these treatments are different from those of chemotherapy, and sometimes they are less severe.
Targeted drug therapy
Targeted drug therapy aims to treat cervical cancer with medicines that target or are directed at proteins that fuel the growth, spread, or longevity of the cancerous cells. A pill may have different side effects from chemotherapy. It can destroy cancer cells with targeted drugs or slow their growth with targeted drugs.
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Zeeva – The Best Cervical Cancer Treatment Centre in Noida and Delhi NCR
Zeeva Oncology is a division of a leading clinic firm ‘Zeeva Clinic.’ We are one of India’s leading destinations for stomach cancer treatment in Noida. With a vision to set up a world-class facility and provide advanced cancer treatment, it was founded in 2019 by Dr. Vikas Goswami.
Under the guidance of the best cervical cancer specialist and surgeons, we use cutting-edge technology, resulting in the highest service and treatment standards. The clinic is well equipped with advanced infrastructure in the posh location of Noida.
Are you looking for the best hospital for cervical Cancer in India? Get the best treatment from the leading cancer hospital in Noida.
Dr. Vikas Goswami – The Best Cervical Cancer Specialist In Noida and Delhi NCR
He holds a graduate degree from one of the prestigious medical institutes, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi. He has also completed his training in Internal Medicine at the reputed Gandhi Medical College in Bhopal. Later, he underwent a vigorous three years of training and a post-doctoral in Medical Oncology. He attained specialisation in Medical Oncology from the esteemed National Board of Examinations, i.e., the Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Institute, New Delhi. Finding doctors in India with impressive qualifications and records is infrequent.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
01/ Is cervical cancer curable?
It’s often believed that cervical cancer can be cured when it’s detected early. A positive outcome is most likely achieved when cancer is detected early.
02/ How to prevent cervical cancer?
If you do not experience any symptoms, you should go for a pap test every three years between the ages of 25 and 29 or an HPV test if you are 30 or older.
03/ What is the most common age to get cervical cancer?
The most common age group for cervical cancer diagnosis is 35 to 44 years old, and women younger than 20 are rarely diagnosed with the disease.
04/ When did I need surgery for cervical cancer?
Surgery to remove the cancer is often part of the treatment regimen for women with cervical cancer. Surgery may be combined with chemotherapy and radiation or targeted therapy. Ask your doctor about the specific treatment options available to you.
05/ How much does cervical cancer treatment cost?
Cervical cancer is a costly disease to treat. Most people can’t afford surgeries, radiation, and chemotherapies on a session-by-session basis. As a result of extended treatment and other complications, some people incur even higher costs.
06/ Are the results of the treatment permanent?
Treatment aims to cure cancer permanently or to bring about a complete remission of the disease. Usually, people with early detection of cervical cancer get treated permanently. But, the procedures’ consequences last lifelong for most people.