8 Signs Of Cervical Cancer That You Should Never Ignore

5. Changes To Your Bladder And Bowel Habits.

As the cancer starts to spread it can also impact how you are going. Some women report constipation while others report loss of bladder control. Be especially careful if you’re experiencing blood in your urine.

6. Unexplained Weight Loss.

If you’re experiencing this in combination with a loss of appetite, it could be a sign that the cancer is spreading.

7. Leg Swelling.

If you’re experiencing any of the other symptoms on the list and then feel your leg swelling, it could be the signs of a blood clot.

8. Fatigue.

Although there are many reasons you could feel fatigued, this should be something that you look out for in combination with any of the other symptoms.

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