Precancerous changes of the cervix usually do not cause pain. In fact, they generally do not cause any symptoms and are not detected unless a woman has a pelvic exam and a Pap test.

Symptoms usually do not appear until abnormal cervical cells become cancerous and invade nearby tissue.

Symptoms may include:

These symptoms may be caused by cancer or by other health problems.

Only a doctor can tell for sure. It is important for a woman to contact her doctor if she is having any of these symptoms.

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