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Cervical cancer is a type of cancer which occurs in the cells of the cervix in the lower part of the uterus which connects to the vagina. Different strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted infection, play a role in causing most cervical cancer.


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What are the Types of Cervical Cancer?



There are two types of cervical pain :




1. Adenocarcinoma



This type of cervical cancer begins in the column-shaped glandular cells that line the cervical canal.




2. Squamous cell carcinoma



This type of cervical cancer begins in the thin, flat cells (squamous cells) lining the outer part of the cervix, which projects into the vagina. Most cervical cancers are squamous cell carcinomas.


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What are the Stages of Cervical Cancer?



There are four stages of cervical cancer:




Stage I – In this stage, the cancer is only in the neck of the womb (cervix).



Stage II – In this stage cancer has spread outside the cervix, into the surrounding tissues.



Stage III– In this stage cancer has spread from the cervix into the structures around it.



Stage IV– In this stage, cancer has spread to the bladder or back passage (rectum) or further away.


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What are the Symptoms of Cervical Cancer?



There are some symptoms of cervical cancer:




Blood spots or light bleeding between or following periods



Pain during sexual intercourse



Menstrual bleeding that is longer and heavier than usual



Watery, bloody vaginal discharge which may be heavy and have a foul odor



Bleeding after menopause



Unexplained, persistent pelvic and/or back pain.




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