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There are some recognised symptoms associated with cervical cancer that you should be aware of. These include;
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If you are experiencing any or all of these symptoms or are concerned about any new symptom you should make an appointment to see your GP as soon as possible. You should report these symptoms even if you have recently had a cervical screening (smear test) that came back normal. Remember, these symptoms can be associated with many other conditions that are not cancer related.
There are usually no symptoms associated with abnormal cervical cells and not all women diagnosed with cervical cancer experience symptoms, which is why it is so important to attend regular cervical screening when you are invited.
As cervical cancer develops it can cause further symptoms. These may include:
If you're worried about cervical cancer or cervical cell changes (abnormal cells), Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust is here to support you.
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Have a chat with our trained helpliners to get your questions answered. Get information on HPV, cervical screening, the HPV vaccine, cell changes (abnormal cells) or cervical cancer. No question is too big or too small.