Cervical cancer symptoms in early stage are commonly unclear and even the patents don’t feel any problems in their health. Yes, the symptoms of cancer in cervical don’t appear until the cancer develops to be invasive and attacks tissues.
The Symptoms of the Cancer in Late Stage
Cervical cancer commonly shows some symptoms when the disease has developed in late stages.
The severe cervical cancer symptoms are such as:
⦁ Bleeding in vagina that happens abnormally. The abnormal bleeding commonly happens after sexual intercourse, bleeding in menopause period, spotting and bleeding that happen between menstrual periods, as well as abnormal menstrual periods in longer and heavier condition. The abnormal bleeding also commonly happens after douching and pelvic exams.
⦁ Strange ejection from vagina that contains blood meanwhile you are between menstrual periods or even have been menopause.
⦁ Feeling pain during and after sexual intercourse.
Even those are the cervical cancer symptoms, those signs and symptoms could also happen in other health conditions such as infections in vagina. You should consult a doctor or professional health care when you find those symptoms because detail exams should be done medically. Besides, you also should have regular checkup for vaginal health including through Pap smear tests. The vaginal infection needs to be treated in order to avoid more severe condition. Moreover, if it is cancer, you need intensive medical treatment to kill cancer cells and prevent the spread so you will be free from the disease. It is better to have regular checkup to prevent the development of the cancer from the very early stage.
How to Prevent Cervical Cancer?
If you ask whether cervical cancer can be prevented or not, the answer depends on the severity of the disease. Cervical cancer can be prevented by finding pre cancer and treat to prevent the development to be true cancer or the cancer in early stage.
How to find the pre cancer of cervical is by having regular screening through Pap test. This test will find pre-cancer that potentially develops to be real cancer and becoming invasive. When the pre cancer is found, you can have medical treatment to prevent the development.
Another way to prevent cervical cancer is avoiding the causes. First, you should avoid keeping touch with Human Papilloma Virus that becomes the cause of the cancer. It infects someone through direct touch especially sex. That is why safe sex should be had every time you need it. Use condom and don’t have free sex to avoid the risk of cervical cancer. Besides, also prevent the cancer by avoiding all things that trigger cancer development such as smokes and free radicals. Love yourself by having regular screening and vaccine to prevent the disease from the very early cervical cancer symptoms.