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Read about ways to cope with any effects of treatment and getting practical support.
September is Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month. Each year we join other gynaecological cancer charities to raise awareness of cervical cancer and other gynaecological cancers.
There are approximately 3,200 new cases of cervical cancer in the UK every year, which works out at nearly 9 new cases a day. But statistics don’t tell the full story, don’t show the impact that cervical cancer can have on real lives. We want to raise awareness and the voices of those affected by cervical cancer. Throughout September we’ll be sharing our communities’ tips for a cervical cancer diagnosis, types of treatment, short- and long-term side effects, and living with advanced cervical cancer.
You can get involved in Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month and help raise awareness.
Looking for real life experiences of cervical cancer? Head to our stories section. You can filter by experience and find out how cervical cancer impacts women and people with a cervix.
Do you know the 5 gynae cancers?
Cervical, ovarian, vaginal, vulval and womb.
To find out more about the gynaecological cancers, you can visit the following websites or see NHS Choices:
Cervical cancer symptoms include vaginal bleeding that is unusual for you, changes to vaginal discharge, discomfort during sex and pain in your lower back or pelvis.
It is important to remember that these symptoms usually happen for reasons other than cervical cancer. But it is also important to contact your GP straight away, so they can give you reassurance and support.