The risk of getting cervical cancer (cervical cancer is a cancer of the neck of the womb) is really high and there’re a number of risk factors that need to be taken account. Some of the factors include: if you’ve contracted HPV, have used birth control, smoke cigarettes, have HIV if you eat a whole diet or you just carry the risk in your genetics.
Here are some of the signs that might indicate you have cervical cancer:
1. Unusual Vaginal Discharge
If you notice extreme and unusual vaginal discharge rush to see a doctor. This is a sign of cervical cancer and many other potential health problems.
2. Pain in Your Legs
Swelling and pain in the legs might be caused by obstructed blood flow, which may be a sign of early cervical cancer.
3. Unusual Bleeding
If you notice that the bleeding between menstrual periods is recurring, consult your doctor.
4. Irregular Urination
It can be hard to keep track of this, but the primary issue is bladder control. If you notice that you can’t control your bladder that might be a sign of cervical cancer.
5. Irregular Menstrual Cycles
An irregular menstrual cycle can be a sigh of many things. Unfortunately, it can also be a sign that you’re at a higher risk of getting cervical cancer.
6. Discomfort While Urinating
If you notice burning or hurtful sensation while urinating, rush to see your doctor.
7. Sex is Uncomfortable
Experiencing pain and being uncomfortable while having sex is something you need to talk to your doctor about.
8. Pain in Your Pelvis
Experiencing strong pain in your pelvic area can be a sign of tumor, also cramping in that area can also just be menstruation.
9. Back Pain
This can be a sign of menstruation, but severe pain can also be a sign of tumor.