Cervix is the lower part of uterus, which connect body of uterus to vagina. When the cell of cervix lining become malignant and grown abnormally is called cervical cancer

Most common in females over age 30


  Mostly cervical cancer caused by virus i.e. HPV (human papilloma virus) transmitted through    sexually transmitted.

 Long lasting infection with HPV lead to change in cervix cell DNA and turn it cancerous

    People with high risk are:

  1. Females age above 30years 
  2. Multiple sexual partner
  3. Un protective sexual contacts
  4. Unhygienic vaginal area, poor feminine hygiene
  5. Smoking
  6. Birth control pills – use for long periods of time


  1. Discharge from vagina – watery, bloody, offensive odor
  2. Pelvic pain 
  3. Pain while intercourse
  4. Bleeding from vagina after intercourse
  5. In between menstrual period or after menopause bleeding from vagina 
  6. Heavy flow during periods
  7. Menstruation Long lasting period than usual
  8. If cancer spread to nearby organ symptoms may includes: 
  • Abdominal pain, diarrhea or bleeding in stool
  • Backache, fever, weakness
  • Loss of weight , appetite
  • Urine painful, sometime blood in urine


  1. PAP smear test- 
  2. HPV infection test
  3. Biopsy
  4. Complete blood count
  5. Liver function test , Kidney function test, Urine test
  6. Ultrasound 
  7. CT-scan
  8. X-ray


  1. Quit smoking
  2. Quit drinking
  3. Maintain proper hygiene
  4. Limit your sexual partner
  5. Use condom or other barrier method while sexual intercourse
  6. Get HPV vaccine
  7. Increase your immunity
  8. Limit no. of child
  9. Avoid use of birth control pills for longer periods of time. 


   Carbo Animalis:

  1. Menses too early, long lasting, frequent
  2. Great exhaustion after menses
  3. Painful indurations in breast
  4. Cancerous condition mainly uterus, cervix.
  5. Burning in vagina and cervix 
  6. Pain in coccyx, backache


  1.  Corrosive itching within vulva
  2. Burning and swelling of labia
  3.  Leucorrhoea yellowish, acrid ,odor of green corn, worse between periods
  4.  Hemorrhage after coition
  5.  Menses too early, prolong
  6.  Dragging backache extend to genitals and down thigh
  7.  Great debility

Hydrastis Canadensis:

  1. Erosion and excoriation of cervix 
  2. Leucorrhoea, acrid and corroding , shreddy, tenacious, worse after menses
  3. Profuse leucorrhoea discharge 
  4. Dull, heavy dragging pain and stiffness particularly across lumber region
  5. Emaciation and prostration

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