Cervical Cancer?

Illustration of Cervical Cancer?
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Afternoon, I have cervical cancer stage 2b, do I take herbal donkey rats u0026amp; soursop leaves can prevent cervical cancer?

1 Answer:

Hello Sunarsih,

Thank you for the question.

Cervical cancer is a malignant tumor that appears and originates in cervical tissue. This cancer arises due to DNA mutations that are thought to be influenced by HPV virus infection, the environment, genetics, and lifestyle. Clinically, sufferers of cervical cancer often feel abnormal vaginal bleeding, bleeding after intercourse or after menopause, excessive vaginal discharge and unpleasant odor, and pelvic and abdominal pain especially during intercourse. In stage 2B, it means that the size of your cancer is quite wide (more than 5 cm), starting to invade the cervical opening, even reaching the vaginal side.

So far, the treatment available to treat cervical cancer is limited to surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, targeted cell therapy, and immunotherapy. In patients with advanced cervical cancer, palliative therapy can also be given to improve the quality of the patient's remaining life.

So far, herbal drinks made from rat donkey and soursop leaves have not been studied so far to prevent, let alone cure cervical cancer. Therefore, we are not authorized to encourage Ana to consume it, considering that it is also unknown what the potential side effects might be.

Our advice, if indeed you suffer from cervical cancer, consult directly with your doctor or obstetrician to be given the best management huh ..

I hope this helps.

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