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9/25/20
Síntomas del cáncer de cuello uterino - Medical Animation
 
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Síntomas del cáncer de cuello uterino - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT:
El cáncer cervical temprano normalmente no produce síntomas, pero puede ser detectado a tiempo durante chequeos anuales. Conforme el cáncer crece, puede experimentar síntomas como sangrado vaginal cuando no está en su periodo o después de la menopausia, flujo vaginal inusual, dolor pélvico o sangrado o dolor durante las relaciones sexuales. Otros problemas de salud pueden causar estos síntomas. Debe visitar a su médico tiene algún síntoma que le preocupa.

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