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Don’t Wait! Get Checked for Cervical Cancer Today.

Cervical cancer is the third most prevalent cancer among Malaysian women according to the National Cancer Society Malaysia (2019). It develops from the abnormal cells of the cervix.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a common sexually transmitted infection which can affect the skin, genital area and even the throat. Before cervical cancer develops, the disease has a window of opportunity, whereby abnormal cervical cells (pre-cancerous cells) from persistent HPV infection and cellular damage, takes 5 -10 years before they finally become cancerous cells.

When cancer progresses, it starts to invade and spread to other organs of our body (brain, lungs, abdomen, and pelvic organs).


Cervical cancer has no clinical symptoms most of the time. The presence of clinical signs and symptoms usually suggest that cervical cancer is at an advanced stage.

Hence, it is vital for women to have regular Pap tests so that the disease can be detected early or even at the pre-cancerous stage.

Nevertheless, women should consult the doctor if they are experiencing symptoms such as:

Post-menopausal vaginal bleeding

Abnormal vaginal bleeding

Pelvic or abdominal pain

Bleeding during or after intercourse

Bleeding or spotting between periods

Preventing cervical cancer requires education, awareness, and regular screening. If you haven’t had a checkup recently, it’s not too late to take control of your health.

Schedule an appointment with our gynaecologist today to get screened for cervical cancer.

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