What is cervical cancer?
Just like breast cancer, cervical cancer is also one of the most common cancers among women that takes place in the cells of cervix. Cervix is the lower part of the uterus that is pinned up to the vagina. This cancer is known to be caused by a virus named, human papillomavirus (HPV). The risk of cervical is high in women that began to have sexual intercourse.
Risk factors of cervical cancer
- Insecure sex (allowing the partner to get that heavy dick into the ass first and then to the vagina)
- Group sex act (having sex with three to four partner or more)
- Taking oral contraceptives
- Multiple pregnancies
- Young age first pregnancy
- Poor immunity
The worst thing is that when the cancer spreads all over liver, bladder and intestine, the signs of cervical cancer becomes more prominent.
If you discover unusual changes or signs affecting your reproductive organs being an adult woman, consult your doctor!
Discovering cervical cancer symptoms at an early stage can help you treat or prevent from this cancer. This article shares 5 major Signs and symptoms of cervical cancer.
Major symptom of cervical cancer
Excessive pain during sexual intercourse
Painful sex is one of the major signs of cervical cancer. When having this symptom, note that this is an advanced cervical cancer that has been spread out to the tissues as well as the reproductive organs. Thick foul smelling vaginal discharge is another symptom.
When having this sign, immediately consult your doctor.
Abnormal bleeding from vagina
Irregular heavy bleeding is also one of the most of the most important symptoms of cervical cancer. When cancer spreads out, the new abnormal capillaries are formed that can easily breaks down and causes abnormal and untimely vaginal bleeding. This may take place after sexual intercourse, after menopause or between the menstrual periods.
Please note that this abnormal bleeding may also be due to hormonal imbalance, infection in the pelvic organ or pelvic inflammatory disease.
Discomfort during urination is a sign of cervical cancer that includes stinging, burning or tight sensation while urinating. Such a symptom requires immediate attention so that no further damage to the body can be caused.
Other reasons for having problem urinating may be due to bladder problem, urinary tract infection, sexually transmitted disease or the yeast infection.
Bladder loses control
When suffering from this cancer, the primary issue that raises is the bladder control. If you are receiving sign that you have actually lost control of bladder, this means that cancer has spread out and is affecting the urinary tract.
Found blood in urine? Consult a specialist immediately.
Just like in the other form of cancers, cervical cancer also loses a lot of weight. The reason behind is the weakness to the immune system that finds it hard to fight the disease. When having cervical cancer, there are higher chances of fats to break down irrespective of changes made to the regular diet plan.
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