How do I prevent cervical cancer? 6 early signs to look out for

There is only one way to prevent cervical cancer in your lifetime and this is it- Get Screened!.

The video above teaches the early signs to report to the doctor and the importance of having regular screening in order to stay free from this disease.

A stitch in time saves nine. Just as a check in time saves lives

Why don’t you join us at our Monthly Women’s Health Clinic in Lagos and Abuja.

Activities include:
Health education; for the prevention of breast and cervical cancers, sexually transmitted and urinary tract infections

Screenings: Free clinical breast examinations, High vaginal swab, cervical screening, Hepatitis screening, etc. at highly discounted prices.

Vaccinations against cervical cancer and Hepatitis.

Early detection is key!

Time:10am

Click here to register www.womenshealthpoint.org/register

There are limited slots available. Only registration confirms appointment

For more information and appointment bookings: Call or send a text to 08040098602, 09014126434

Cheers to good health!

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Stephanie O. Nyong is a seasoned health educator and content strategist at Health Platforms International where she empowers individuals especially women and girls with knowledge and skills to prevent and manage a number of health conditions. She is the founder of BE-ME Africa, a Breast Examination and Menstrual Education project for young girls. Stephanie also organises pop-up clinics regularly to provide affordable quality healthcare services to a target population. She is admired in the industry and has the capacity to deliver on the current demand for health literacy for improved health outcomes in Nigeria. You can connect with her across all social media handles @stephanie_nyong

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