Symptons of Cervical Cancer
Were you looking for information on Symptoms of Cervical Cancer? Symptons of cervical cancer is a common misspelling of symptoms of cervical cancer.
There are usually no early symptoms or signs of cervical cancer, which is why screening tests are so important. As cervical cancer becomes worse, symptoms can develop. These include abnormal vaginal bleeding, bleeding that occurs between regular menstrual periods, and menstrual bleeding that lasts longer and is heavier than usual.
If a healthcare provider suspects cervical cancer, he or she may order certain tests to confirm the diagnosis. These tests can include a punch biopsy, loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP), or endocervical curettage, among other things.
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