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Cervical cancer

Cervical cancer

Part of the womb (‘uterus’) where it opens into the vagina is known as the cervix. The most common reason to develop cancer in this region is infection with the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Having multiple sexual partners at a younger age may be the source of infection. Smoking can also contribute to it. Affected women complain of bleeding between periods or just after sex, and women who no longer menstruate may notice bleeding. There can also be a foul-smelling discharge from the vagina.

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  • Fraser McLeod

    Fraser McLeod

    Consultant Gynaecologist and Obstetrician

    Experience
    41 years
    GP referral
    Not required
  • Jafaru Abu

    Jafaru Abu

    Consultant Gynaecologist

    Experience
    27 years
    GP referral
    Not required
  • Sandra Watson

    Sandra Watson

    Consultant Gynaecologist

    Experience
    21 years
    GP referral
    Not required
  • Timothy Perren

    Timothy Perren

    Consultant Medical Oncologist

    Experience
    37 years
    GP referral
    Not required
  • Alaa El-Ghobashy

    Gynaecologist surgeon

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