An uncommon vaginal discharge is one more warning symptoms a woman might be having this type of cancer. Vaginal discharge, which is not typical is not necessarily a sign of cervical cancer, and it is not a rare phenomenon. An odorless discharge is not a reason to panic. Pay attention to the frequency of the phenomenon. It is also important to mind a smell from the associated organs. The worst thing is when that symptom predetermines an endometrial or cervical cancer. In the case of the second one, the discharge will look like a pale, water, dark-brown liquid, often with the signs of blood.