“However, if you notice significant changes in the consistency, smell or colour of your vaginal discharge, you should speak to a doctor.
“Foul-smelling discharge that is pink, reddish or brown, or discharge that is pale, watery brown, or mixed with blood, may be a sign of cervical cancer.
“If you notice persistent changes in your vaginal discharge, you should book an appointment with your GP.”
Pain during sexual intercourse
“When cervical cancer is in its advanced stages, women and assigned female at birth (AFAB) individuals may experience pain during sexual intercourse, which may be due to a tumour growing in and around reproductive organs,” Ms Milanova said.
Post source: Daily Express