Thanks for the query.
No, just by bloody discharge we cannot confirm the cervical cancer
Blood after urination
can be seen in many conditions like:
Cystitis, Urogenital fistulas, cervical polyp
, erosion, endometrial abnormalities, hormonal imbalance etc.
So after consulting gynecologist you go for physical examination including speculum examination and ultrasound
. By this the possible cause for your problem can be identified and treatment can eb given accordingly.
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