Cervical Cancer Risk Assessment
Cervical cancer basically refers to a malignancy of the neck of the womb. If detected early, the removal of the whole uterus usually helps to get rid of the cancer before it spreads to adjoining organs or distant parts. Take this assessment to check whether you are at risk of developing this cancer.
It is advisable to get screened regularly for cervical cancer. In the early stages, cervical cancer is asymptomatic. Therefore, it is essential to get a Pap smear done and to follow up on abnormal Pap smears regularly. You should include more fruits, vegetables, and salads in your diet. Red meat and organ meat are best avoided. Quitting smoking and avoiding exposure to secondhand smoke is recommended. You must practice safe sex and avoid having multiple sexual partners.