Women with pre-cancerous changes or even early cervical cancer usually do not have any symptoms. You should consult your women's healthcare provider promptly if you are experiencing:
Cervical cancer develops slowly. It develops from a few abnormal cells into a tumor over several years. That is why regular yearly Pap smears are very effective in reducing a woman's risk of developing cervical cancer.
Pre-cancerous changes of the cervix are easily treated. All the following options are available at NUH and can be easily completed in the clinic or as a day surgery. These options include:
Here are some some quick facts about outcomes after cervical cancer and pre-cancer treatment.