Cervical Cancer – Symptoms, Signs
Unfortunately in cervical cancer the signs and symptoms are delayed and appear only in advanced stages and with a reduced chance of cure. The first signs are the watery secretions, but later it may contain blood and pus.
Microinvasive cancer is completely asymptomatic.
In the early stages the secretion is usually watery, thin, avoided by the patient.
The first sign is a reduced drainage, odorless, usually with bloodgrooves, which typically occurs after micro traumatisms (during intercourse or vaginal irrigation).
As the disease progresses bleeding becomes heavy, sometimes smelly, mixed with pus and / or tissue debris.
Later, in advanced stages it appears pain located in the sides of the abdomen or legs, problems with urination (dysuria), hematuria (blood in urine), rectal bleeding.