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Early cervical cancer typically does not cause symptoms, but it can be detected early during annual checkups. As the cancer grows, you may experience symptoms, such as vaginal bleeding when you're not having your period or after menopause, unusual vaginal discharge, pelvic pain, or bleeding or pain during sexual intercourse. Other health problems may cause these symptoms. You should see your doctor if you have any symptoms you're concerned about.
Last Updated: Apr 1st, 2020