What symptoms did you experience with cervical cancer?
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What are the symptoms and signs of cervical cancer?
Cervical cancer may not produce any symptoms or signs. In particular, early stage cervical cancers, like precancerous changes, typically do not produce symptoms. Symptoms may develop when the cervical cancer cells start to invade surrounding tissues.
Symptoms and signs of cervical cancer include:
Abnormal vaginal bleeding
Vaginal bleeding after menopause
Vaginal bleeding after sex
Bleeding or spotting between periods
Longer or heavier menstrual periods than usual
Other abnormal vaginal discharge
Pain during sexual intercourse
It is important to note that these symptoms are not specific for cervical cancer and can be caused by a variety of conditions.