Abnormal vaginal discharge
If there is sudden vaginal bleeding during menstrual periods, after sexual intercourse, after menopause, you cannot ignore it. It is very important to see a doctor immediately. Because it is a sign of cancer.
Irritation in the lumbar region
Frequent urination or pelvic pain during sexual activity is also a sign of cervical cancer.
Different types of bleeding
Vaginal bleeding is also considered abnormal if it has a different color, smell and consistency. This indicates that the infection may be in the vaginal area or in the uterine cavity. It says that cervical cancer may occur in the coming days.
It is normal for those who already have these symptoms to experience extreme pain during sexual activity with their partner. If this happens repeatedly, it is better to show it to the doctor and get treatment early.
Frequent constipation, diarrhea and dysentery can mean that bowel movement is not good. In addition to this, pain and burning while urinating also indicates cervical cancer. So, if these symptoms appear, be more concerned about it and show it to the doctor.
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In addition to this, bone problems, i.e. weakness of bones, lack of appetite, blood in urine are also associated symptoms.
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Cervical cancer usually appears between the ages of 30 and 45, but in rare cases it occurs in younger women.
But nowadays, because medical science has advanced so much, through some medical tests, the symptoms of cervical cancer can be detected at the beginning, and this disease can be prevented from increasing in women. HPV vaccine, regular pap smears and if any of the symptoms mentioned above, get checked by a doctor immediately, can save you from the risk of this disease.
Dr Thejaswini J, Consultant – Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Motherhood Hospitals, E-city, Bengaluru