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are there any noticible symptims for cervical cancer?

Yes

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Early stages of cervical cancer will more than likely have not symptoms. The earlies symptoms may be post coital (after sex) bleeding. There may be a discharge and it could be foul. Frank bleeding may occur with frank cervical cancer. One may have some utering cramping and a feeling of pelvic fullness with more advance cancer. Don't let it get that far, get yearly PAP smears and GYN exams.
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What are the causes of the cervical cancer?

HPV

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HPV causes nearly all cervical cancer. It's transmitted via sexual contact and is nearly ubiquitous.
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What are the chances of dieing from cervical cancer?

Depends on stage

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Like any other cancer, cervical cancer survival is closely linked to early detection and treatment. The more extensive the spread of the cancer the more likely it is to kill you.
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What are signs of cervical cancer?

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Cervical Cancer can present with symptoms such as a vaginal discharge that is watery & bloody with a bad smell. Bleeding can occur after sex, in a post menopausal woman or at times other than your period. There may be pain during sexual intercourse.
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Is cervical cancer deadly?

Can be if untreated

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Early intervention is always best.
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How prevalent is cervical cancer?

~13,000 cases/yr

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In the United States in 2011 about 12,710 new cases of invasive cervical cancer and 4290 cancer-related deaths are expected.
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What is cervical cancer ?

Malignancy

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Cancer of the mouth of the uterus
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What are the causes of cervical cancer?

There are multiple

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Risk factors for cervical cancer include: early onset of sexual activity, multiple sexual partners, a high-risk sexual partner, history of sexaully transmitted infection, history of vulvar or vaginal squamous intraepithelial neoplasia, immunosuppression. In terms of causes the main one is the Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Subtypes 16 and 18 are the most common subtypes.
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How lethal is cervical cancer?

Depends

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Early stage - very curable. My opinion: Definitely need to vaccinate boys & girls vs HPV early. Stage 0 thru III curable with surgery and/or radiation & chemo
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What is the likeliness of having cervical cancer?

Fairly rare in US

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Cervical cancer used to be common and deadly in the US and still is in parts of the developing world. Over the past 40 years, it has decreased tremendously in the US due to Pap tests and better treatment. Today there are only about 12,500 cases per year of actual cancer in the US. If you or a loved one is having bothersome symptoms, a visit with a gynecologist is needed to be sure.
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