Understanding Cervical Cancer: What You Need to Know

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  • Black Women and Cervical Cancer
  • HPV Vaccine and the Racial Divide
  • Preventing Cervical Cancer
  • Remember: Cervical Cancer Shows No Signs
  • Condoms Don’t Always Prevent HPV
  • January Is National Cervical Health Month
  • What Is Cervical Cancer?
  • Types of Cervical Cancer
  • What Causes It?
  • How Common Is Cervical Cancer?

Remember: Cervical Cancer Shows No Signs

For most, cervical cancer doesn’t have symptoms. If symptoms exist, they include: abnormal vaginal bleeding and mucus with blood; significant changes in your menstrual cycle; pain and or bleeding during sex; menstrual induced anemia (low iron); low back and pelvic pain; weight loss; and urine and stool leakage, says WebMD

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