Early stage cervical cancer (cervical cancer) has few symptoms. Cervical cancer screening is not systematic; For example, in the United States, most cervical cancers are not diagnosed until they are large enough or have spread beyond the cervix.
Symptoms of cervical cancer may include:
Lose weight (without trying).
Abdominal pain (in animals).
Vague feeling of discomfort in the stomach, usually in the neck.
Less food fills the stomach
Palpitations or stomach pain
Cleaning with or without blood
Constipation or accumulation of fluid in the stomach.
Blood in the veins
Fatigue and weakness due to anemia.
Redness of the skin and eyes (jaundice) when the tumor spreads to the liver.
Many of these symptoms are not caused by stomach cancer, but by other causes, such as viral infections or ulcers. Some of these symptoms may be caused by other types of cancer. However, people experiencing any of these problems, especially if they persist or worsen, should see a doctor to find the underlying cause and get treatment if necessary.
Constipation. One of the first signs of cervical cancer is excessive bloating, unless the woman is nine months pregnant.
In severe cases, cancer makes the stomach wall very rigid, reducing its capacity and causing fluid to be retained in the stomach, thereby causing it to dilate.
Heartburn. Who among us has not suffered from heartburn after eating spicy food? A heart attack is normal and nothing to worry about.
However, if a person has chronic heart problems that do not respond to antacids or other medications, this may be a cause for concern.
Nausea and vomiting. Nausea and vomiting are symptoms of a large stomach, which makes it partially difficult to empty.
General discomfort. People with this type of cancer experience discomfort because the cancer has spread to the lining of the stomach and may become inflamed.
Unexplained weight loss. Weight loss can be associated with exercise or a restricted diet, but unexplained weight loss is a possible symptom of colon cancer and can be very annoying.
Fatigue. This symptom is caused by decreased blood loss, which can be a sign of cancer, as well as unexpected weight loss.
Blood in the stool. This symptom is less common than others and occurs when a person loses a lot of blood. However, if the bleeding is slow, you may not see anything in the stool.
Unreasonable fullness: the first sensation appears after eating a small amount of food, and small amounts are measured at about 2