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Are there symptoms of cervical cancer?
7 doctors weighed in

Dr. Ed Kaplan
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Mostly bleeding
Vaginal bleeding change in menses bleeding from cervix with contact such as during intercourse or when inserting a diaphragm pain during sex vaginal discharge tinged with blood.

In brief: Mostly bleeding
Vaginal bleeding change in menses bleeding from cervix with contact such as during intercourse or when inserting a diaphragm pain during sex vaginal discharge tinged with blood.
Dr. Ed Kaplan
Dr. Ed Kaplan
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Dr. Atoya Adams
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Cervical Cancer sign
Hello! most of the time when women have the early stages of cervical cancer, they don't have symptoms! this is why having a pap smear yearly is such an important exam to check for hpv (human papillomavirus), check for any changes with the cells of the cervix, and catch the disease early! certain hpv strains have been known to make women more susceptible to the development of cervical cancer.

In brief: Cervical Cancer sign
Hello! most of the time when women have the early stages of cervical cancer, they don't have symptoms! this is why having a pap smear yearly is such an important exam to check for hpv (human papillomavirus), check for any changes with the cells of the cervix, and catch the disease early! certain hpv strains have been known to make women more susceptible to the development of cervical cancer.
Dr. Atoya Adams
Dr. Atoya Adams
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Depends on stage
Early stage cervical cancer may be asymptomatic.
With progression of the tumor there may be bleeding, pain, disturbance of bladder and bowel function, weakness, anemia, cachexia, fractures of bones due to metastases, infections - both local and systemic etc.

In brief: Depends on stage
Early stage cervical cancer may be asymptomatic.
With progression of the tumor there may be bleeding, pain, disturbance of bladder and bowel function, weakness, anemia, cachexia, fractures of bones due to metastases, infections - both local and systemic etc.
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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