10 Warning Signs Of Cervical Cancer Women Shouldn’t Ignore


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4 – Increased Vaginal Discharge
Some women experience white discharge from their vagina (sometimes called “white menstruation”), which can be white to very pale yellow in color – however, this normal kind of discharge is just an overproduction of mucus during the menstrual cycle. Note an increase or change in the consistency, color, or amount of your normal vaginal discharge, especially if the discharge contains blood. Abnormal, foul-smelling, or blood-tinged discharge is typically seen in advanced stages of cervical cancer where the lesions on the cervix have become infected. [6][7]

The first four symptoms focus on one major symptom – bleeding. Bleeding that is out of the norm could be coming from damage or growth in or on cervical tissue, which happens when cancer cells have already affected the cervix and formed lesions. [4]



5 — Irregularities In Your Menstrual Cycle
Aside from abnormal bleeding, cervical cancer can also affect the hormones in the body, causing a disruption in the normal menstrual cycle. This symptom is indicative of metastases to the ovaries, the part of the female reproductive system responsible for the production of hormones that regulate the menstrual cycle. The proximity of the uterus and ovaries to the cervix make them prime areas for metastasis ovarian cancer. When cancer cells invade ovarian tissue, it can cause an overproduction or underproduction of hormones – which make your cycle shorter or longer. In a study in 2006, ovarian metastasis from cervical cancer occurred in 1.5% of the total number of subjects and was more likely to occur in squamous cell carcinoma of the cervix. [8][9]

3 Comments

  • By Marie Radcliffe, August 8, 2015 @ 1:02 pm

    This is very informative.

  • By Vailhem, September 28, 2015 @ 12:15 am

    anyone suspecting or fighting cancer… or just wanting to prevent it, should really look into the benefits of iodine, boron, and diatomaceous earth. Individually they’re great (esp iodine & boron specifically for cancer) … …collectively they pretty much knock cancer out of the park…

    …cervical-included. and, on iodine, 150mcg a day is a paltry amount. More like 15mg a day or, 150mg a day even if cancer is in play.

    here’s a video on the iodine… …cancer is addressed towards the end

    Dr Jorge D Flechas, MD – Whole Body Iodine Sufficiency
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBM2qWKkFxE

  • By Terri, April 24, 2019 @ 2:20 am

    First time intercourse does cause bleeding!

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