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What with all the information about the cervical cancer jab being thrown around all the time, I have become very interested in the signs and symptoms, and the side effects of cervical cancer itself. How does someone know that they might have cervical cancer? What are the first things to alert a patient to this possibility?

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Most of the time, cervical cancer is an indirect result of the HPV virus, which is in fact what the vaccine you mention protects against. So, outer signs of HPV might alert someone to be on the look out for cervical cancer as well. Vaginal bleeding is not uncommon with cervical cancer, and pain, either spontaneously or during intercourse, is also a sign that cervical cancer might be present.
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