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It’s still Pre-Cervical Cancer, You Can Cope It!

Pre-cancer is the earlier step/process before it finally turns into cervical cancer. So, if you feel the cervical cancer symptoms happened to you, you better go to your doctor immediately to know the diagnosed. And if your doctor said that you’re in pre-cervical cancer, you still have time to overcome it. Pre-Cervical Cancer can be treated in several different ways with a Cervical Cancer treatment to help prevent Cervical Cancer and Cervical Cancer Symptoms.
Luckily, nowdays there was a new surgery called a radical trachelectomy available to younger women who wanted to maintain fertility. This involved the removal of the cervix, but left the uterus and ovaries – most of the reproductive equipment. Of the 100 or so women who have had the surgery about 70% were able to conceive and deliver, through caesarean section.

So what can you do? The first thing you can do is to try and reduce all the stress in your life as much as possible. You need to be calm, relaxed to cope with what is ahead of you. Breathe. Affirm you are alive and you are OK. Here are some tips you may try.


1. Creating proper awareness on cervical cancer and human papillomavirus (HPV) infection.

Women should endeavour to consult the appropriate doctor or even a gynecologist on issues and questions regarding cancer

2. Carrying out effective vaccination against HPV infections.

The vaccine is offered by Merck and Glaxo Smith Kline. Women, especially teenagers, need to consider having this vaccine.

3. Eat right.

Eat plenty of fresh fruit and veggies. Eliminate anything that is a stressor on your system – reduce or eliminate alcohol, sugar, cigarettes, and caffeine. See a nutritionist or go to a health food store for which vitamins to take. Extra doses of Vitamin B, C, selenium. Make sure you consult a professional for the correct dosages.

4. Exercise.

Keep your body moving gently as much as you are able with your surgery and treatments. Exercise helps the lymph system to operate, helps the lungs and heart to do their jobs and pump out toxins. It also helps you connect with your body, to feel alive. Movement gives you energy as well.

5. Meditate.

You can use relaxation tapes, or meditation CDs, whether this is just nice music, or guided visualization, or just lying down and relaxing. The idea is to center yourself and calm down yourself down, feel connected to the source of life energy that is in all of us, in all of the world around us.

6. Stop doing anything that does not support you.

Stop doing things that are ‘shoulds’ in your life. Do only what gives you pleasure and joy.

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