Though early-stage cervical cancer doesn’t show any symptoms, women with advanced-stage cancer suffer from the following symptoms.
Imaging tests like ultrasound, CT scan, and MRI scan can help detect tumors and non-cancerous cells. In most cervical cancer cases, a Pap smear test can give accurate results. A Pap test can detect cancer cells and non-cancerous cells, which can mutate into cancer cells. An HPV- DNA test can study the DNA of cells from the infected area to detect any change in the DNA structure of the cells.