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What complaint do you get most often before woman are diagnosed with cervical cancer? I also wanted to say thank you 2 all of you for what u do! :D

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Dr. Axel Martinez-Irizarry
Family Medicine

In brief: Usually none.

Women that are sexually actively should be regularly screened for cervical cancer with a Pap Smear.
It is finding early stages of cervical cancer that is most helpful for women. They are usually asymptomatic in early stages.

In brief: Usually none.

Women that are sexually actively should be regularly screened for cervical cancer with a Pap Smear.
It is finding early stages of cervical cancer that is most helpful for women. They are usually asymptomatic in early stages.
Dr. Axel Martinez-Irizarry
Dr. Axel Martinez-Irizarry
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Dr. Susan Arnoult
Family Medicine

In brief: Nothing

Most women are diagnosed by PAP smear or thin prep very early in the course of the cellular changes.
Because of this, women have almost no complaints before they are diagnosed. If it has progressed before diagnosis then bleeding after intercourse or pelvic pain can occur.

In brief: Nothing

Most women are diagnosed by PAP smear or thin prep very early in the course of the cellular changes.
Because of this, women have almost no complaints before they are diagnosed. If it has progressed before diagnosis then bleeding after intercourse or pelvic pain can occur.
Dr. Susan Arnoult
Dr. Susan Arnoult
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