What are some symptoms of cervical cancer u can get?

Variable. In early stage- usually asymptomatic. Common symptoms may include postcoital bleeding, irregular or heavy vaginal bleeding. Vaginal discharge can present-however this is nonspecific. In advanced stage- pelvic pain radiating to the legs, bowel or urinary problem from obstruction/mass pressure-like constipation, problem urinating/renal failure, vaginal passage or urine/stool , etc-can happen.

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I have all symptoms of cervical cancer. Is it possible at 18-19 yrs? Curable? Can I get pregnant in future? Whats the probability of me having cancer?

Only symptom. The only symptom of cervical cancer is abnormal bleeding... Are you sure that you are referring to the right cancer? Most women who have cervical cancer have no signs or symptoms. It is possible (though highly unlikely) to get it at 18 years old. Yes, women with cervical cancer sometimes go on to have pregnancy. In order to tell you prognosis, needs result of your cold knife cone or leep? Read more...
Hard to say. Please see your doctor. If you feel you have symptoms fitting the diagnosis, a simple pap smear will be able to tell if your right. You would then have a colposcopy and possible biopsy if it is positive. Treatment depends on the diagnosis. Please get checked out. Read more...

I contracted HPV about 4 years ago, and when I went to get treated, the doctor told me I did not have a strand that caused cervical cancer. So after my last period, I noticed I had some light brown spotting, looked up the symptoms of that, and thought I w

HPV. you always carry. He may have been saying there were no signs of cancer. A brownish or bloody drainage is often present after a Pap test. Read more...
See your GP. Suggest you see your GP if you've had unexpected bleeding between your periods. Irregular bleeding is really common & has various causes. It may or may not have anything to do with your previous HPV diagnosis but still needs to get checked out especially if it happened more than once. Good luck! Read more...
HPV. As long as your cervical smears are fine , you should be good. Brown discharge can be from many causes. Get bacterial swabs to rule out bacterial vaginosis or other STI. FU with your GP. Read more...
See doctor. Worth checking for the possibility of infection with swabs via your doctor as the others have said. I don't think will be related to the HPV. Sounds like you don't have the high risk HPV so may not need more frequent smears. However best to consult your primary care physician/GP who will have the records and the recommendation as these vary from country to country. Read more...