Cervical Cancer

Every Day 20 Women die due to Cervical Cancer in Pakistan

Cervical Cancer is the second most common cancer in women worldwide and the third leading cause of cancer death in women.

  • Pakistan is one of the top ten countries with the highest number of Cervical Cancer deaths in the world.

Is my Daughter at risk?

  • All Women are at risk for cervical cancer.
  • Up to 80% of Women will be infected by the virus that causes Cervical Cancer, at some point in their life.

What is Cervical Cancer & how it happens?

Cervical Cancer is cancer of the cervix, which is the lower, narrow end of the uterus. The uterus is where a baby grows when a women is pregnant.It’s a disease in which cells in the cervix grow abnormally.

  • Cervical Cancer is not hereditary.
  • It is caused by a common and easily transmissible virus, called the Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
  • HPV can be transmitted sexually and through genital skin to skin contact.
  • There are often no signs or symptoms of Cervical Cancer at the early stages when it is treatable.

How Can I protect my daughter from Cervical Cancer?

VACCINATION against Cervical Cancer is the primary means of prevention. It can provide the best protection against cancer causing HPV types.
It will be essential for your daughter to have REGULAR SCREENING once she is old enough.

What is the right time to get my daughter vaccinated?

All females from 9 year onwards age can benefit from being vaccinated against Cervical Cancer.

Getting the vaccine as early as possible will protect them in the future.

What should I do?

Don’t wait, Act NOW!

Contact Bluedot Healthcare to schedule an appointment with our Gynecologist for prevention against Cervical Cancer today.