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What are advanced cervical cancer symptoms?

A: According to medline, advanced cervical cancer symptoms include: loss of appetite, weight loss, fatigue, pelvic pain, back pain, leg pain, a single swollen leg, heavy vaginal bleeding or discharge, leaking of urine or feces from the vagina, and bone fractures. Of course, in isolation, all of those could be symptoms of other conditions, but they any one of them is reason to see a doctor for a diagnosis.. ...


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cervical cancer symptoms

A: If you have concerns about this you should not wait...cancer does not discrimante by age....see a doctor now!...
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I Cannot Seem To Find Any Information On cervical cancer symptoms. Every Site Seems To Lead Back To An Ad For Gardasil. Any Info For A Good Website Would Be Greatly Appreciated. Thanks!?

A: There are no symptoms for cervical cancer it is a silent cancer,  if cervical cancer runs in your family you should have a pap smear done , for abnormalities, and the also can scrap the cervix for abnormal cells...
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cervical cancer symptoms? -Someone please answer

A: I don''t know about the rest, but, I agree with your hubby in your first paragraph. Just to help bring some ease, hopefully. I''m 30-only had 2 pap''s in my life once in grade nine and once last year to which turned out I had cin 3. No big deal had a leep cone procedure. My periods have never been regular. I figure mainly since i''ve never been on the pill. But, i''ve had times of constant bleeding for almost 2 months-nothing heavy, but for sure always wearing pads as it was indeed blood. Point is, I am healthy, I am just one who is not regular that''s all. We are not all by the book, and our stress does have an impact on "things". I''m sorry you have to deal with all the poking but please keep up with your doc''s app. Take care of yourself. Hi GodsChild2, You...


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What are the symptoms of cervical cancer?

A: In the beginning there are no cervical cancer symptoms, which can be one of the dangerous things about it. And it`s why it`s important to get your yearly pap smear when they look for precancerous cells. When cervical cancer has advanced, the symptoms can be pelvic or low back pain as well as bleeding or discharge in between periods. If you have those symptoms, they say you should get checked out, but I don`t think you should freak out, because those symptoms can also be symptoms of many other, less serious conditions.. my wife found out when it...


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women''s health;specifically ovarian cancer symptoms and menopause symptoms

A: Hello Dear,You need not worry as you have already has a pap smear done. The pap smear test is done to diagnose thepre-malignant disease associated with cervical cancer and treat it before it can progress to a malignantdisease.Women with uterine and cervical cancer may experience abnormal vaginal bleeding. This can be heavy or lightbleeding during the month. An increased vaginal discharge is also a symptom of cervical cancer. It may be foulsmelling, watery, thick, or contain mucus. It varies from woman to woman. Pelvic pain that is not related tothe normal menstrual cycle can be a cervical

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What are the symptoms of cervical cancer?

A: The following link by Everyday Health will take you to an article about the symptoms of cervical cancer. http://www.everydayhealth.com/cervical-cancer/cervical-cancer-symptoms.aspx To summarize the article, there are few symptoms in the early stages of cervical cancer. As the cancer progresses, patients may experience pain and bleeding. It is recommended to have regular Pap smears and pelvic exams that screen for cancer. As always, please talk to your health care...


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Is it possible to survive 2b cervical cancer.?

A: cervical cancer is cancer of the uterine cervix, the portion of the uterus attached to the top of the vagina. Ninety percent of cervical cancers arise from the flattened or "squamous" cells covering the cervix. Most of the remaining 10% arise from the glandular, mucus-secreting cells of the cervical canal leading into the uterus. Alternative Names: cancer - cervix Causes, incidence, and risk factors: The development of cervical cancer is gradual and begins as a pre-cancerous condition called dysplasia. In this form it is 100%...


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Can you feel cervical cancer?

A: I have had cervical cancer, and no I did not feel it as you have described. However something is surely going on here and you definately need to go to the Dr. Sometimes the pain in the side is due to the ovaries. Do not put this off. Please get checked out. It may be a cyst. You usually don''t feel cancer of anykind. Your cervix is in the center of you so even it it had a large tumor on it (very unlikely) you wouldn''t feel it on one side of your body. If I was betting, I would put odds on an issue with your ovaries before thinking it was your cervix. I suggest you see your ob/gyn and have them take a look at whats going on. Sounds like you need some help and waiting is only giving whatever is wrong more time to get...


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What Are the Most Common cervical Stenosis symptoms?

A: Many women have stenosis of the cervix and never even know it. This is because even the most common cervical stenosis symptoms are not overly common for most women and can easily be mistaken for something else. cervical stenosis is a narrowing of the lower region of the cervix, which is the opening of the womb or uterus. The most common cervical stenosis symptoms, although rare, include irregular or lack of menstruation, painful menstruation, and infertility in women who have not yet reached menopause.. In some rare cases, a woman may feel a lump in her lower abdomen because the cervical stenosis can lead to a hematometra and cause a swelling...


 
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