It’s sometimes called the silent killer, since there are very few noticeable symptoms until the cancer has progressed. Another issue for women facing cervical cancer is that the signs are often diagnosed as something else since they vary and are fairly broad. That doesn’t mean however, that there aren’t warning signs to look out for. Here are some that you could help you in the future.
6. Abnormal bleeding
Most women, unless they suffer from a chronic reproductive health issue, take notice of strange bleeding. Whether it’s mid cycle, during sex or after menopause, this type of bleeding isn’t typical and should definitely cause you to head to a gynaecologist.