This type of cancer has no symptoms in the early stages and this is why the Pap/Smear test is so important as it can show early changes before it develops into cancer.
If you leave the smear then the cells may develop and it may cause you more harm.
The signs are:-
Bleeding between periods and after intercourse.
A smelly vaginal discharge.
Being uncomfortable while having intercourse, or being in pain.
See the pages linked to below for more information on the symptoms associated with the main Gynaecological and Testicular Cancers:
Womb cancer symptoms
Cervical cancer symptoms
Ovarian cancer symptoms
Vulval cancer symptoms
Smear Test Information
Immunisation against the HPV Virus
Staging and Grading for Womb Cancer