Other symptoms of cervical cancer may include pain and discomfort during sex, unusual or unpleasant vaginal discharge, and pain in your lower back or pelvis.
Cervical cancer develops in a woman's cervix (the entrance to the womb from the vagina). It mainly affects sexually active women aged between 30 and 45.
If abnormal cells develop into cervical cancer, you might get symptoms, which may include: abnormal vaginal bleeding â€“ for example, heavy periods, bleeding between periods or after you have sex. bleeding from your vagina after you've been through the menopause. a smelly vaginal discharge. pain when you have sex.
The most common symptoms of cervical cancer include: unusual vaginal bleeding. pain or discomfort during sex. vaginal discharge. pain in the area between the hip bones (pelvis)
Very early-stage cervical cancer may have no symptoms. This is why it's important to go for your regular cervical screening, so that any early cell changes can be .