What Are the Symptoms of Advanced Cervical Cancer?

Q:

I was diagnosed with stage II cervical cancer about a year ago. I’m not sure if my cancer has turned into an advanced one. What are the symptoms of advanced cervical cancer?

A:

Vaginal bleeding is always the first noticeable sign in most cases of cervical cancer. When cancer cells move to other tissue and organs of your body, it means that you could have advanced cervical cancer. Other symptoms begin to appear.

Advanced symptoms of cervical cancer include:

Abnormal vaginal discharge

Fatigue and discomfort

Loss of appetite

Weight loss

Bone pain

Swollen tummy (ascites)

Bowel problems

Sickness

Waterlogged kidney (hydronephrosis)

Fistula

Sleeplessness

 

Keywords: advanced cervical cancer symptoms; symptoms advanced cervical cancer

 

 

Related FAQs:

What Are the Key Facts About Cervical Cancer?

What’s the Diagnosis of Cervical Cancer?

* The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.