Kathmandu. After breast cancer, most women in the world suffer from cervical cancer. Cervical cancer occurs in the lower part of the uterus.
That is, the part connecting the uterus and the mouth. This type of cancer starts in women after the age of 35-40. Especially in women, menstruation is irregular and there is a lot of bleeding from the mouth.
Cervical cancer is considered to be very dangerous. This is because it spreads to the cervix, liver, bladder, cervix, lungs and kidneys. It affects the internal organs of the body badly.
While cervical cancer progresses slowly, some people do not know the initial symptoms. Only when the problem becomes serious is it known that the cancer has spread. If the symptoms are known at an early stage, treatment is possible and easy. So be careful after some of these signs appear on the body.
Cervical cancer usually occurs after the age of 35 to 40 years. However, the disease can be identified from its signs.
If there is a lot of bleeding after sexual intercourse and menopause, pain in the reproductive organs is a sign of cervical cancer. In this case, you need to consult a doctor immediately.
Women often overlook problems such as white discharge as a common problem, which can later prove to be very dangerous. This problem should not be ignored as it can also be a symptom of cervical cancer.
During menstruation, a woman usually does not experience abdominal pain. However, sudden onset of mild or severe pain may be a sign of cervical cancer. In this case, you should see a doctor immediately.
Pain when urinating
If the symptoms of the uterus are ignored, the cancer can grow to the point where it can reach the bladder. This makes it difficult to urinate. Even in this case, you should see a doctor immediately.
Burning of the cervix
Bleeding during menstruation or during intercourse or sudden burning in the uterus is also a symptom of cervical cancer. Let’s not ignore such symptoms. With timely treatment, cancer is cured.