Women who are overweight, smoke, use estrogen replacement therapy,have never been pregnant, have given birth more than five times, or have a history of STD or abortion are at higher risk for cervical and uterine cancer.

Symptoms include a class 4 Pap smear (precancerous), unusual bleeding, discharge between menstrual periods, heavy and painful periods,and bleeding during intercourse.

Dietary considerations
Eliminate all dairy and meat from your diet, and add fresh fruits and vegetables, especially oranges and carrots. Add soy foods to your diet also.

Supplement support for cervical and uterine cancer
• Progesterone cream
• A daily green drink
• Flax oil
• Royal jelly
• Ester-C: 5,000–10,000 mg