Cervical cancer screening test genetic level

1,200 baht 2,200.-

          Cervical cancer It occurs in the cells of the cervix, which are located at the bottom of the uterus and connected to the vagina. Most cervical cancers are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which is commonly transmitted through sexual contact. When the body is first exposed to HPV, the immune system tries to protect the body from infection with the virus. However, HPV can cause cervical cells to become abnormal and eventually become cancerous. Therefore, cervical cancer screening It will help reduce the risk of developing cervical cancer.

Warning signs of cervical cancer

Advantages of screening Hereditary cervical cancer

  • can detect the strain of the virus at all
  • If examined in conjunction with cytological examination It has a high sensitivity to detect pre-cancerous lesions of 99%.
  • Detection of HPV virus by DNA test alone. Higher sensitivity in detecting precancerous lesions of the cervix than cytology alone.

There is an officer to recommend

Collect samples by yourself

do not need to trestle

Men can also be infected with HPV.

HPV is one of the most common STIs. It can be transmitted through many channels, such as oral, vaginal, anal, or direct contact with the infection. HPV is divided into two main groups:

Most commonly found in females is cervical cancer. For men who have sex with sexual partners who have HPV, the HPV virus can hide, especially in the lining of an organ such as the colon or mouth, and can develop anal cancer. or oral cancer

This group may cause disease. We know or hear the name often, including genital warts. This can occur in both the vagina, penis, anus, oral area. or larynx

Screening for HPV virus in males

can be done similarly to women That is to collect cells around the penis or the mouth of the anus. (The exposed part) to take the suspected cells to see if they are arranged abnormally, at risk of cancer or not. And vaccination from the age of 9-26 years can prevent oral cancer up to 78% and reduce the rate of transmission of this virus 90-100%.

How should I prepare for HPV DNA cervical cancer screening?

• No HPV DNA test in case of menstruation.
• Abstain from sex.
• Refrain from using tampons. or use the vaginal medication for at least 48 hours
• Do not clean or douche for about 48 hours before the examination.