What Are the Symptoms of Cervical Cancer?

For early-stage cervical cancer, especially in the preinvasive stage, there are virtually no symptoms, which is why screening is so important.
Often women have advanced disease before abnormal bleeding occurs.

This can show up as spotting between menstrual periods, longer and heavier periods, bleeding after menopause or bleeding after sexual intercourse, douching or a pelvic exam.

Pelvic pain can occur, but it is not common. Only a doctor can tell if cervical cancer or another health problem is causing these symptoms.

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