Cervical cancer may not cause symptoms, which is why is is important to attend regular cervical screening examinations (smear tests).
However, the most common symptoms can include:
Bleeding after the menopause
Bleeding after sex
Bleeding between periods
Pain during sex
Pain in your lower back
Changes to your discharge
What to do if you have symptoms of cervical cancer?
The above symptoms of cervical cancer can happen for other reasons not related to cancer. However, it is important to get checked.
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