Cervical cancer or cervix malignancy can be very harmful for women and their immune system. If it is diagnosed early, it can be treated and eliminated effectively.
HERE ARE THE FIRST 7 SIGNS OF CERVICAL CANCER:
- Unusual discharge
When the disease occurs and the tumor starts to develop, the uterine’s cells start to free. The result from that is releasing of watery that is not expected in normal conditions.
Appearance of some warts, remotely or inside is a symptom of HPV that continues in dangerous cervical issue in women. Warts have to be treated early and properly.
- Pain or bleeding
When the cervix develops, the cervix’s dividers could be dried and dispersed. It brings bleeding and terrible pain.
The bleeding can be rectal or bladder. Because of the bleeding, menstrual cycle is possible not to appear. If this happens, you have to pay more attention on your health and to consult doctor immediately.
If you feel exhausted, feel heart paces or any other lacks of energy or strength, you have to check your blood situation. Anemia can occur regardless of these factors, but can be caused by anomalous bleeding that usually is produced because of the cervical tumor and its effects.
As the cervix grows, all the organs can function differently than before. It also means that kidneys and bladders can bring to urine problems. The urine content can be changed too and also you might be unable to exhaust your bladder, which can bring to urinary tract contamination and other irregularities.
- Continuous pain in the legs, hips or back
As cervix swells, it compresses other organs in the body and brings to pain. Blood pressure can occur by pressing and compacting veins. That blood pressure can lead to legs problems and unusual difficulties.
- Weight loss
Same like other cancer types, this one also brings to losing weight. The cervix’s swelling and function often compresses the stomachs, producing pain inside it and decreasing any feel of hunger, appetite etc. It very short time a lot of pounds can be lost.
THE COMMON RISK FACTORS FOR CERVICAL CANCER:
- – Low immunity
- – Having unprotected sex
- – Having or changing multiple sexual partners
- – Smoking second-hand smok