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Are there any noticible symptims for cervical cancer?

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Dr. Danny Proffitt
Family Medicine
5 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

Early stages of cervical cancer will more than likely have not symptoms.
The earlies symptoms may be post coital (after sex) bleeding. There may be a discharge and it could be foul. Frank bleeding may occur with frank cervical cancer. One may have some utering cramping and a feeling of pelvic fullness with more advance cancer. Don't let it get that far, get yearly pap smears and gyn exams.

In brief: Yes

Early stages of cervical cancer will more than likely have not symptoms.
The earlies symptoms may be post coital (after sex) bleeding. There may be a discharge and it could be foul. Frank bleeding may occur with frank cervical cancer. One may have some utering cramping and a feeling of pelvic fullness with more advance cancer. Don't let it get that far, get yearly pap smears and gyn exams.
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Dr. Liawaty Ho
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Yes, there are

Early cervical cancer is frequently asymptomatic, underscoring the importance of screening with pap smear.
The most common symptoms at presentation are irregular or heavy vaginal bleeding , and postcoital bleeding. Some women present with a vaginal discharge, which is nonspecific and may be mistaken for vaginitis or cervicitis. Advanced disease can present with pelvic or lower back pain.

In brief: Yes, there are

Early cervical cancer is frequently asymptomatic, underscoring the importance of screening with pap smear.
The most common symptoms at presentation are irregular or heavy vaginal bleeding , and postcoital bleeding. Some women present with a vaginal discharge, which is nonspecific and may be mistaken for vaginitis or cervicitis. Advanced disease can present with pelvic or lower back pain.
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