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Default Risk factors for cervical cancer


Cervical cancer is a disease caused by the abnormal growth and division of cells that make up the cervix (the portion of the uterus attached to the top of the ******). Women with multiple *** partners and those who have already been infected with HPV or HIV are at an increased risk of cervical cancer.


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Early age at first ***ual intercourse makes one vulnerable to cervical cancer.
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Infection with the virus that causes genital warts (human papilloma virus or HPV) may increase the risk of developing dysplasia and subsequent cance
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Women who have had multiple ***ual partners are also at higher risk for cervical cancer. This is because these women are at higher risk of contracting the human papillomavirus (HPV), which cannot be prevented by using ******s or other birth control methods.
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There is a small increased risk of abnormal Pap smears among women who take birth control pills. It is because such women are more ***ually active, are less likely to use ******s, and have more frequent Pap smears in order to be prescribed the birth control pill.
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