Early-stage cervical cancer may not show symptoms, which is why it is important to have regular cervical screening performed so that any changes in the cells can be detected at an early stage.

The most common symptom of cervical cancer is abnormal vaginal bleeding, normally between periods or after having sex. Women who have gone through menopause mayfind that they start bleeding once again.
The symptoms of cervical cancer may also include smelly vaginal discharge or discomfort during sex.

There are many conditions that can cause these symptoms, though it is important that you talk to your GP.