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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Young Age Sex Cause Cancer Risk

Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Sexual intercourse at age below 17 years are known to stimulate the growth of cancer cells in the organ content of women, because in the age range 12-17 years, changes in cervical cells are very active.

Keep in mind, when cells are actively dividing (metaplasi), ideally not occur any contact or stimulation from the outside, especially the entry of foreign objects in the female body.

With the presence of foreign bodies, including the male genitalia and sperm cells, will lead towards the development of abnormal cells. Especially if it comes to injuries that resulted in infection in the uterus.

Abnormal cells in the cervix that can lead to cervical cancer (cervix). Cervical cancer that attacks the female womb tool, originated from the cervix and the risk of spread to the vagina to get out on the surface.

In addition, the risk of cervical cancer also spread to other organs in the body, such as the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, kidney, lung, liver, bone to brain.

If it has reached an advanced stage and spread to other organs, then cervical cancer can result in death. Patients with advanced stages generally have to lift the organ content of the tool and the possibility of having children becomes impossible.

Around the world, there are about 100 types of strains of the virus that causes cervical cancer, the HPV (Human Papilloma Virus). Strains that are most vicious types 16 and 18. Symptoms often appear in patients with onset usually vaginal discharge that smells and repetitive and there is bleeding in the genital area when not menstruating.

Therefore, it is recommended that women married after the age of 17 years and applying a healthy sexual behavior. In addition, early detection should also be done to prevent the occurrence of advanced cervical cancer, one of them by doing a Pap test (Pap smear).

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