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First symptoms of cervical cancer

Early stages of cervical cancer are asymptomatic, i.e. not appearing any symptoms.

This fact once again confirms how important regular checks for early detection and prevention of disease.

But if the cancer begins to grow, it may experience the following symptoms:

Vaginal bleeding between two menstruations

Bleeding and pain during intercourse;

Bleeding after menopause;

Pain in the lower abdomen;

Strong vaginal discharge with a strong odor, which may contain traces of blood;

Fully weakening of the body.


If you notice any of these symptoms, you should not immediately conclude that you have cancer. Some of these symptoms may occur as a result of infection or any sexually transmitted disease. But in any case you should visit a gynecologist to give you an overview and relevant research.

And in folk medicine and official medicine St John’s Wort, Cotinus coggygria ( Royal Purple),chamomile and grass are used for gynecological problems. Vaginal pills with oily extract of these herbs and roots of fresh carrots (buy in the pharmacy) help restore the lining of the cervix and vaginal, eliminate the effects of inflammation and leucorrhoea, which are accompanied by itching, pain and burning.
Also they help and in the menopause

Vaginal tablets are useful for menopausal women, because they act against bacteria and fungi. Oil extract of fresh carrots, a natural source of vitamins A, D and E accelerates the revitalization of the lining of the vaginal and prevents bacterial and fungal infections. Vitamin E improves micro-circulation, prevents free radicals, accelerates regeneration of damaged cells and has a strong anti-inflammatory effect.

Vaginal tablets placed before bedtime, when lying down deep into the vagina. For a better effect the treatment should last from 5 to 15 days, but you should certainly consult a doctor.

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