#8 Abnormal Discharge
Though most women might experience discharge in the form of or due to bacterial vaginosis, a yeast infection, or a symptom of menopause, these discharges are recognizable by color and are harmless. But any change in color the color of the discharge, to brownish, pale or yellowish is a sign of cervical cancer.
Likewise, if the vaginal discharge begins to develop a bad smell, it is one of the leading signs of cervical cancer. Other discharges that signal cervical cancer may be a discharge containing blood that occurs between your periods or after menopause.
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