What are the symptoms to cervical cancer?

Cervical cancer. The most common symptom of early cervical cancer, if there are any, is abnormal uterine bleeding. For advanced cancer, the abnormal uterine bleeding may be combined with a painful, swollen leg and back pain.

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What are the symptoms of cervical cancer?

It can be. Without symptoms, therefore the reason for pap smears on a regular basis, but in your 30's to 40's post coital bleeding, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, may be a cause to take a look even if the pap was normal last year. Cervix cancer is highly curable, but less morbid the earlier that it is found. Read more...

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. 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...

What're the symptoms of cervical cancer or vaginal cancer?

None, until... What makes both cervical cancer (common) and vaginal cancer (quite rare) so vicious is that they are asymptomatic until they're quite advanced. This is one of the reasons for a routine health check here. Your physician knows how to do this. Good luck. Read more...

What are the symptoms of cervical cancer? Is recurrent vaginal yeast infection one of the symptoms?

None. Early curable stages cervical cancer has no symptoms , when pain and bleeding appear is already not a early tumor, could coexist with yeats infections , is not the cause like hpv virus infection, and please see gyn doctor and get pap smear. Read more...
Cervical CA. Cervical cancer can be silent for a long time, or it can present with spotting or bleeding, pelvic pain, or a small mass that can be seen by the gynecologist with an instrument. Yeast infections are not typically associated with cervical neoplasia. It would be best to have a complete examination by your gynecologist if you are concerned. Read more...