Posted April 18, 2019 07:07:48 It’s a common misconception that the type of cancer it can cause can’t be easily detected and treated.
That’s why the Australian Cancer Council is urging people to seek help when they see a doctor or see a specialist.
But some types of cancer are so hard to detect they can cause a range of complications.
“There are some cancers that have a very hard time detecting,” says Dr Lisa Naylor, director of cervical and vulvar cancer at the Cancer Council of Australia.
We recommend looking at the signs, the symptoms, the signs and symptoms that you’re having and the possibility of having it detected.
The best time to seek care from your GP is at any time of day, particularly during peak hours when people are more likely to be in the office or home, she says.
If you’re experiencing any symptoms, your GP may suggest that you see a radiologist, or even a specialist to examine your cervix.
She also recommends that you visit your GP if you notice: You’ve developed any signs or symptoms such as bleeding, swelling, tenderness or pain;