Cervical cancer which may be the cause of death in women can be cured if detected in time. The most common cause of this type of disease is infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV). Certain types of HPV are responsible for the rapid spread of the cancerous cells. Although the signs of cervical cancer are not that obvious, however, you have to follow any changes that may be a sign of disease. Talk to your doctor if you notice them.
As a result of heavy bleeding occurring in cancer, anemia may occur. If you feel tired and your heartbeat speeds up in normal load may mean that you are anemic.
During the expansion of cancer inside the cervix, the cells of the uterine wall begin to decompose, which creates a watery liquid.
The appearance of genital warts inside or outside the vagina is caused by HPV infection which increases the chances of developing the cancer of the cervix.
Pain or bleeding
Cells of this type of cancer grow and multiply on the wall of the uterus and can lead to its dryness, the woman feels discomfort, and there is a possibility of weak bleeding. However, you must find out the cause of any bleeding that occurs between menstrual cycles.
Problems with urination
Increased cervix makes pressure on the bladder and kidneys, which comes to difficult leakage of the urine. Consequently, it comes to difficult urination, pain or urinary infections.
Pain in the legs, hips or back
Increased cervix as a result of the spread of cancer cells pushes the internal organs and blood vessels. As a result, it comes to difficult circulation, which causes leg pain and swelling of the ankles.
A large number of cancers causes a decrease in appetite. If weight loss is obvious and takes a long time, talk to your doctor.