Understanding Cervical Cancer -- Symptoms
What Are the Symptoms of Cervical Cancer?
In the early stages, cervical precancers or cervical cancers cause no pain or other symptoms. That's why it's vital for women to get regular pelvic exams and Pap tests to detect
cancer in its earliest stage when it's treatable.
The first identifiable
symptoms of cervical cancer are likely to include:
Understanding Cervical Cancer
cervical cancer has spread to nearby tissues, symptoms may include:
Call Your Doctor About Cervical Cancer if:
You have abnormal bleeding, bleeding after intercourse, vaginal discharge, or any other
symptoms of cervical cancer. You should have a complete gynecological exam that includes a Pap smear.
NOTE: Any vaginal
bleeding after menopause should be brought to your doctor's attention right away. The cause may simply be vaginal dryness or a benign uterine polyp, but vaginal bleeding is the most common symptom of cervical and uterine cancer.