What are the symptoms of cervical carcinoma in situ?

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What are the symptoms of cervical carcinoma in situ?

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Common symptoms: irregular vaginal bleeding, vaginal secretions increased, back pain, sacral, iliac continuous pain
One, vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding is the main symptoms of cervical cancer patients, especially postmenopausal vaginal bleeding should pay attention. Vaginal bleeding can be more or less, vaginal bleeding is often due to tumor rupture of the tumor, especially the type of tumor bleeding symptoms earlier, the amount is more, if the bleeding is frequent, blood loss can lead to severe anemia.
Second, vaginal secretions increased. This is the main symptom of cervical cancer patients. Occurs before the vaginal bleeding. The first vaginal secretions can be no smell, with the growth of cancer, cancer secondary infection, necrosis is increased secretion, such as Taomi water or mixed with blood, and with a bad smell. When the tumor spreads up to the endometrium, the secretions are obstructed by the cervical canal tissue, can not be discharged, can form the uterine fluid or uterine empyema, the patient may appear lower abdomen discomfort, abdominal pain, low back pain and fever and other symptoms.
Third, urinary frequency, urgency, dysuria. When the cancer spread to the front can be violated to the bladder, the patient appears fall and urinary frequency, urgency, dysuria, hematuria, often misdiagnosed as urinary tract infection and delayed diagnosis. Serious can form bladder - vaginal fistula. Cancer spread can violate the rectum, and there are falling, defecation difficulties, tenesmus, blood in the stool and other symptoms, further development can occur vaginal fistula. Late lesions can occur distant metastasis. Transfer of different parts, the symptoms are different, more common is the supraclavicular lymph node metastasis, nodules or mass in the site. Cancer invasion can be spread through the blood vessels or lymphatic system to distant organs and the corresponding parts of the metastases, and its corresponding symptoms.
Four, pain. This is the symptom of advanced cervical cancer. Cancer along the adjacent tissue extension, violations of the pelvic wall, oppression of the peripheral nerve, the clinical manifestations of sciatic nerve or side of the sacral, iliac sustained pain. Tumor compression or erosion of the ureter, duct stenosis, obstruction caused by hydronephrosis, manifested as one side of low back pain, and even pain, further development of renal failure, resulting in uremia. Lymphatic system invasion caused by lymphatic obstruction, reflux obstruction and lower extremity edema and pain and other symptoms;
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