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What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Gynecological Cancer

What Are The Signs And Symptoms Of Gynacological Cancer?

All kinds of cancer that can arise in or on a woman’s reproductive organs and genitals are referred to as gynecological cancer. Cancers of the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes vulva, and vagina are types of such cancer. While certain gynecological malignancies have screening tests, there is no validated screening strategy for others.

This implies that women must be aware of the signs and symptoms of gynecological malignancies. Visit the Memorial Hospital, to consult the famous gynecologist in Sonipat and get a checkup if you are experiencing any noticeable changes in your body. 

Below we have described the various types of gynecological cancers and their symptoms:

Cervical cancer 

Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that develops in the cervix that connects the vaginal canal to the uterus. The HPV virus is responsible for nearly every cervical cancer.


Its symptoms include bleeding between mensuration cycles, heavy or long periods, pain during sex, unusual vaginal discharge, and bleeding after menopause. However, the symptoms of advanced cervical cancer may include swelling/pain in the legs, excessive lethargy, and lower back pain.

If you experience any of these symptoms reach us at our Memorial Hospital in Sonipat for the next step of diagnosis and treatment.

Uterine cancer

Uterine cancer, also known as uterine cancer or womb cancer, is cancer that develops in the uterus and is further classified into two types: endometrial cancer and uterine sarcomas.


Discomfort in the abdomen, difficulty urinating, pain during sex, bleeding after menopause, bleeding between period cycles, and red or white discharge with a foul odor are some of the symptoms.

Note: You would not necessarily have cancer if you experience bleeding between periods or after menopause. However, you should speak with our OB/GYN, Dr. Amandeep Kaur, the famous gynecologist in Sonipat, so that she can look into what is going on.

Ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer is cancer that occurs in one or both ovaries, the two small organs that sit on either side of your uterus. 


You might not get any symptoms of ovarian cancer but talk to the doctor at our hospital in Sonipat if you notice any signs that are uncommon for your body or don’t go away.


  • Bloating or increased abdomen
  • Pain in pelvis/abdomen
  • Loss of appetite
  • Indigestion
  • Frequent urination
  • Change in bowel habits
  • Unreasonable tiredness
  • Change in weight, gain, or loss

Fallopian tube cancer

Fallopian tube cancer can affect one or both fallopian tubes, and it shows no symptoms. When it happens, it can produce a variety of symptoms, including:

  • A lump or swelling in the abdomen
  • Pain in the pelvis or lower abdomen
  • Pressure on the bladder during bowel movement
  • Abnormal vaginal discharge or bleeding after menopause

Vulvar cancer

Vulvar cancer is cancer that develops on the exterior of a woman’s body and affects her genitals. It is more prevalent in women after menopause, although it can afflict women of any age.


Visit our famous gynecologist in Sonipat, if experience symptoms like 

  • Pain, itching, burning in the vulva
  • Soreness, swelling, lump, or wart-like growth
  • Red/white/brown elevated skin or thickened patches on the skin of the vulva
  • Shape/color changing mole
  • Inflamed Lymph node pus/white discharge/blood from a lesion on the vulva. 


All women should be aware of the signs and symptoms of gynecological cancer and talk to their coworkers, gynecologists, friends, and family about risk factors and screenings. Being diagnosed with cancer and as well as following the therapies/treatment may be a very trying time. Having the support of family, friends, healthcare experts, and those who have gone through something similar may be quite beneficial at this time. Visit our memorial hospital in Sonipat to get emotional support by learning about the diagnosis, treatment, and management of gynecological malignancies.

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