Cervical Cancer (cont.)
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What Are Cervical Cancer Symptoms and Signs?
As in many cancers, there may be no signs or symptoms of cervical cancer until it has progressed to a dangerous stage.
When Should One Seek Medical Care for Cervical Cancer?
Very heavy bleeding during a woman's period or frequent bleeding between periods warrants evaluation by a health-care professional.
Bleeding after intercourse should be evaluated by a health-care professional.
If a woman has vaginal bleeding that is associated with weakness or feeling faint or lightheaded, or if a woman actually faints, she should go to a hospital emergency department for care.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 9/30/2016
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