The signs and symptoms of cervical cancer in teens?

Not in teens. Cervical cancer is not a disease of teenagers.Std is way more common that anything-if the teenager is sexually active.Obviously becoming sexually active at a young age-would be a risk factor for cervical ca-especially if the partner is+ for hpv.The risk will be higher if promiscuous and using alcohol and smoking.It takes time for abnormal cell to develop into cancer. Discuss further with your gyne.

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I was wondering what are the signs and symptoms of cervical cancer?

Bleeding... ..Be it spontaneous spotting or after sex. Sometimes there can be a watery or mucous discharge but that can be caused by many other problems. Pain is usually a sign of advanced disease. Screening pap smears and hpv vaccination are your two best weapons against this, the first for early detection and the other for prevention. Read more...

Would you know if you have cervical cancer? What are the signs n symptoms?

Non at early stage. Some will have history of genital warts caused by hpv virus , bleeding pains , pain etc will be at later stages, have regular gyn exam , with pap smear and avoid the disease. Read more...
Not usually. Women with early cervical cancers and pre-cancers usually have no symptoms. Symptoms often do not begin until the cancer becomes invasive . When this happens, the most common symptoms are: abnormal vaginal bleeding , abnormal vaginal discharge, or pain with intercourse. Unfortunately these symptoms can occur with benign conditions as well. See your doctor to be examined. Read more...

Is inguinal lymph node swelling a sign of cervical cancer? Not other symptoms and pap last year was negative

Not usually. There are many reasons for inguinal node enlargement and cervical cancer is low on this list. If you are healthy otherwise. give it a couple more weeks to see how they progress. If you have lower abdominal or genital problems, you will need to see your doctor. Read more...

Symptoms of cervical cancer? What are some of the symptoms

Depends on stage. Early cervical cancer is asymptotic, that is why regular pap tests are important. Symptoms may include irregular bleeding, spotting, foul smelling discharge, frequent urination and pain. See this site for more info. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001895/. Read more...
Vag'l bleeding, pain. Most cases start from papilloma viral infection, which is spread sexually. Symptoms are bleeding between periods, associated with pelvic pain, pain with intercourse or loss of appetite and weight. It can be detected early when curable with the pap test at your primary md or gyenocologist. Read more...
Not many if early. Cervical cancer is most commonly detected on routine screening pap smear or pelvic exam. If a patient does not see a doctor routinely and does not get pap smears then cervical cancer may become advanced and start to cause symptoms. In such a case once it has become locally advanced patients can experience pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, malodorous discharge, and even rectal pain or blood. Read more...

What are the symptoms of cervical cancer? I had a friend who died from cervical cancer who found out only within 2weeks. Is that possible?

Nonspecific. Cervical cancer usually kills by obstructing the ureters and causing the kidneys to fail abruptly. Until then, don't expect there to be any symptoms. Death ifrom it is almost 100% preventable with the vaccine and regular checks / pap smears / hpv checks as needed. I'm sorry about your friend. Read more...
That is unusual. Cervix cancer typically runs a long course over many years(a rare variant called small cell cancer may be what your friend had). The symptoms include irregular vaginal bleeding and foul smelling vaginal discharge. Pain in the low abdomen or back pain are late symptoms. Any irregular bleeding especially after having sex is a tip off to cancer and should require a pelvic exam by your gynecologist. Read more...