Early Detection of Cervical Cancer with Pap Smear

Cervical cancer is the second most common type of malignant cancer that attacks women. Therefore, it is important for you to do a pap smear as a step for early detection of cervical cancer. Pap smear is an examination of the state of cells in the cervix (cervix) and vagina. This examination is recommended to be carried out periodically, for women who have had sexual relations, in addition to assessing the health of female organs at the cellular level, as well as an effort to detect cervical cancer early. Cervical Cancer Examination Procedure For sampling in a pap smear examination, the doctor uses a device called a speculum inserted through the vaginal mouth. This tool is used to expand the visual field by opening the mouth of the vagina so that the cervical and vaginal areas can be seen more clearly. After that, a sample of cells in the cervix will be taken using a plastic spatula (such as a small long-stemmed spoon) and a small brush. The sample is then sent to a laboratory fo
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