Abnormal cervical cell changes rarely
cause symptoms. If cervical cell changes progress
cancer, symptoms may include:
- Vaginal bleeding that isn't normal, such as between menstrual periods, after sex, or after menopause.
- Pain during sex.
- Vaginal discharge that isn't normal.
- A significant
unexplained change in your
The symptoms of advanced cervical cancer may include:
- Anemia because
of abnormal vaginal bleeding.
- Ongoing pelvic, leg, or back
- Urinary problems because of blockage of a kidney or
- Leakage of urine or stool
vagina. This can happen when an abnormal opening (fistula) has developed between the vagina and the
bladder or rectum.
- Weight loss.
Anne C. Poinier, MD - Internal Medicine
Ross Berkowitz, MD - Obstetrics and Gynecology
August 1, 2012
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