Symptoms of cervical cancer every woman should know

Watch the video above to understand  the symptoms of cervical cancer and what to do if you experience any

The early stages of cervical cancer usually do not show symptoms. However,  some ladies may experience;

  • Pain during sex
  • Bleeding during or after sex
  • Lower abdominal pain
  • Abnormal vaginal discharge
  • Bleeding between menstrual periods (when it’s not your period)

It’s important to note that experiencing any of these symptoms  does not necessarily mean that you have cervical cancer.  It may just be another condition that shares the symptoms.

But wait a minute! either ways I think you should still see a doctor if you experience any of these symptoms simply because your health may be at risk and you should take responsibility

Remember “prevention is better than cure ”

Early detection is key.

It’s the month of cervical cancer awareness and there’s a lot of Campaign going on.  What this also means is that there are a lot of free screenings you can take advantage of.

There’s never a better time than now. Act now…

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Cheers to a healthier you


Stephanie Nyong
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Stephanie O. Nyong is a seasoned health educator and content strategist at Health Platforms International where she empowers individuals especially women and girls with knowledge and skills to prevent and manage a number of health conditions. She is the founder of BE-ME Africa, a Breast Examination and Menstrual Education project for young girls. Stephanie also organises pop-up clinics regularly to provide affordable quality healthcare services to a target population. She is admired in the industry and has the capacity to deliver on the current demand for health literacy for improved health outcomes in Nigeria. You can connect with her across all social media handles @stephanie_nyong


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