Question by  MightyDude (18)

What are the symptoms of cervical cancer?

I'm worried because my PAP smear came back suspect.


Answer by  mpartin (1600)

Symptoms are pelvic pain, abnormal vaginal bleeding and sometimes back pain. Cervical cancer is sometimes inherited or caused from the Human Papo Virus. Just because your pap came back suspect doesn't automatically mean that you have cancer.


Answer by  Ella22 (610)

If one has cervical cancer there can be some vaginal bleeding other than menstruation, experiencing pain during sex, an unusual discharge, pain in the pelvic region, or there can be absolutely no symptoms at all. Many times the only way a patient knows they have cervical cancer is through a suspect PAP smear.


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

A lot of times there is no symptoms until it's too late. One symptoms is irregular bleeding especially if you'e always been regular. Another usually later sign is pain.


Answer by  Denise7 (5)

Actually,cervical cancer has no symptoms. That why it important to have a HPV test. HPV test can help detect cervical cancer in the early stages.


Answer by  sylsia (510)

The symptoms of cervical cancer do not usually present themselves until after the cancer has spread. However, the symptoms are abnormal bleeding, pain during urination, pelvic pain, unusual heavy discharge, and bleeding after intercourse or pelvic exam.

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