The Obstacles of Childbearing Age Women in Doing Early Detection of Cervical Cancer: Scoping Review
Cervical cancer is the type of cancer which is in the fourth position in the world and
most frequently attacks childbearing age women (henceforth; WUS). The purpose of this
scoping review is to know WUS obstacles in doing early detection of cervical cancer.
This research used two databases such as Pubmed and Science Direct to identify relevant
article studies in accordance with inclusion and exclusion criteria. The results were
fourteen articles with detailes 71% articles used quantitative method and 57% research
were at developed countries. The conclusion: there are four obstacles faced by
childbearing age women in doing early detection of cervical cancer such as health
system, culture or religion, personal reason, and socio-demography.