Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that is caused by HPV (human papillomavirus) that is very contagious. HPV is a sexually transmitted virus that has more than 100 variations. Some of the variations can cause cervical cancer, which is one of the deadliest types of gynecological cancer. The HPV can disappear on its own if the immune system is strong enough to fight it, however, it can sometimes cause abnormal cell growth which can turn into cervical malignancy.
7 SIGNS OF CERVICAL CANCER
Although cervical cancer does not produce obvious symptoms like breast cancer, it can still be detected early if you know what signs to look for.
Visit a gynecologist immediately in case you have any of the symptoms:
Unusual discharge is a common symptom of this type of cancer because once cancer starts growing inside the cervix, the cells of the uterine lining start secreting watery discharge.
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