April 14, 2011 - 3:06pm
• Abnormal vaginal bleeding between menstrual cycles accompanied with heavier than normal bleeding during menstrual cycles.
• Longer and heavier menstrual cycles.
• Increased vaginal discharge and pain with cramps
• Severe cramping pelvic pain.
• Pain during intercourse
• Unexplained changer during the menstrual cycle.
• Abnormal vaginal discharge of mucus filled with pus or blood.
• Urinary problems due to the cancer affecting the urinary bladder and urethra.
• Fistula formation with leakage of urine and feces leaking into the vagina.
• Sudden loss of weight and fatigue with loss of appetite.
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