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Symptoms of cervical cancer

Early stage cervical cancer rarely causes symptoms. If the patient is symptomatic, the cancer is often advanced. 

The most common symptoms are:

  • abnormal bleeding
    • between menses
    • during or after intercourse 
    • after menopause
  • abnormal, bloody and foul-smelling discharge
  • pain in the genital area/abdomen spontaneously or during intercourse

With more advanced cancer, symptoms may be:

  • uremia
  • deep vein thrombosis
  • significant pain in the genital area
  • bleeding from the bladder or rectum
  • massive bleeding from the vagina

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