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Cervical Cancer Symptoms: Common and Uncommon

Cervical cancer ranks third for all cancers in women worldwide. Here are some cervical cancer symptoms: common and uncommon…


Cervical Cancer Symptoms: Common and Uncommon

(You’ll Be Surprised By What We Found)


Cervical cancer ranks third for all cancers in women worldwide. It is a gynecological cancer located in a woman’s cervix, the narrow opening and lower part of the uterus. The cervix is the connector between the vagina and uterus, therefore any tumors in the cervix can extend into both. I

t is estimated that the human papillomavirus (HPV) causes about 90 – 95% of cervical cancers. Most HPV viral infections are cleared spontaneously in healthy young women, making cervical cancer caused by HPV an infrequent event. However, if the woman is co-infected with another sexually transmitted disease or HIV, along with HPV, then cervical cancer development is at a higher rate of developing.

Cervical cancer begins with precancerous changes in the cervical cells known as dysplasia. A doctor can find these precancerous changes upon a gynecological exam known as the Papanicolaou test or PAP smear. If undetected, the precancerous changes can grow into true cancer cells and spread deeper into the surrounding tissues such as the vagina and bowel.


Some of the most common and uncommon symptoms of cervical cancer include:

  1. Vaginal bleeding outside of menstruation
  2. Discolored vaginal discharge (typically stained with blood)
  3. Swollen leg, along with abdominal pain and vaginal discharge
  4. Higher than normal urination or bowel movements
  5. Fatigue that prevents leisurely fun
  6. Indigestion and nausea
  7. Not being hungry, feeling satiated


For women with health insurance who are experiencing these symptoms, it is relatively easy to follow up with a gynecologist. Simply pay a co-pay and you can be diagnosed and treated. However, if you are uninsured or under-insured the path has more obstacles but it’s not insurmountable. The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that offers health centers where you can be seen by a doctor. You can call 888-ASK-HRSA or visit their website to find a community health center near you.

Do you know of free services that can help women who need cancer screenings? Type them in the comments below.


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1. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/01/120105161748.htm

2. Hu Z and Ma D. The precision prevention and therapy of HPV-related cervical cancer: new concepts and clinical implications. Cancer Med. 2018;7:5217-5236

To Your Best Health!

Dee Grace, PhD

Hi! I am Dee Grace, PhD and I am a scientist and cancer patient advocate. Our company, The Cancer Detox, helps cancer patients improve their survival outcomes by getting better care from their doctor and adding natural healing to their lifestyle. Relief, healthcare access, and improving quality of life starts here!

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