Having Sex With A Boyfriend But Marrying A Different Man Will Lead To Cancer?
Hello, I want to ask. Before getting married before, I had had sexual intercourse, but not too entered because the first time doing it was really difficult to loosen the hole and only partially mask it and not use a condom. But after doing it even though not all in but the sperm came out and went into my hole. But it doesn’t happen “because during sexual intercourse the guy doesn’t enter all of them. But if I get married not to the guy but marry him with a different man. Then we have sex again until I have children, can cervical cancer occur?
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Having a history of previous sex with your partner, and now that you are married or about to marry a different partner, this might not lead to a risk of cervical cancer, especially if you are not infected with the HPV virus. Sexual intercourse at risk of cervical cancer, are:
1. Multiple partners, where you have more or more history of having sex with many different people
2. Having sex under the age of 20 years
3. Infected by HPV, especially HPV 16 and HPV 18
4. Immune system disorders
5. History of genital herpes
Therefore, as long as you are not infected with the HPV virus, and do not meet the above risk factors, then in general, the risk of cervical cancer will be smaller. Preventing the possible risks you can do by avoiding risky sex, changing partners, using condoms, doing routine cervical cancer checks and carrying out HPV vaccinations early. Giving the HPV vaccine can be done at the nearest hospital or at your obstetrician.
Therefore, the first step you should take is to visit a gynecologist for cervical cancer detection and then plan for HPV vaccination. In addition, maintaining general body health and maintaining the health of reproductive organs is expected to help prevent the risk of cervical cancer.
Discuss all of this with your doctor, so that the doctor can conduct interviews directly related to your complaints and concerns, physical examination and supporting examination can be done to help find out your general condition. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors in providing medical recommendations for you.
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