Explains gynecologist Dr. Judith Bildau at the request of RTL. And the fact that young women like Karen Hobbs get sick in their mid-twenties is “very, very rare.”
Advanced cell growth usually causes symptoms, which patients also notice. says d. Image But these symptoms do not necessarily have to be caused by cancer cells.
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Whether bloody discharge, as with British comics, indicates cancer also depends on the woman’s age. “Discharge or light bleeding are relatively common and usually completely harmless, especially in young women,” explains the gynecologist. “It’s a little different for postmenopausal women. If there is spotting or even vaginal bleeding, this should always be clarified by a gynecologist.”
It is important for all women: If such symptoms occur frequently, it is recommended to consult a doctor. This also applies if the woman generally feels insecure with possible complaints or symptoms.