Pediatric kidney transplantation part 176

Children

 

What can you do to help prevent cervical cancer?

  • Avoid having a lot of different sexual partners
  • To reduce your risk, your partner should also have as few partners as possible
  • Use latex condoms every time you have sex, especially if you or your partner have had many partners in the past
  • Have regular gynecology checkups, with a pap smear, after the age of 21. Once you begin to have sex
  • Women with a transplant should have  a pap smear every year
  • If you have abnormal vaginal discharge, bleeding between periods or with sex, or painful intercourse, see your doctor as soon as possible
  • Don’t smoke
  • Get the human papilloma virus vaccine to the onset of sexual activity
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1 Response to Pediatric kidney transplantation part 176

  1. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    I KNOW SOMEONE WHOSE ENDOMETRIAL CANCER SPREAD TO THE CERVIX

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