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... I am a 28yr old female with SLE and have been recently diagnosed with stage 3 cervical cancer caused by the HPV virus, and I am very scared of what is going to happen. ... (1 replies)
... Starkist, welcome to the boards, I am glad you found this site. I am sorry to hear of your recent diagnosis, but think I can offer you some general information. Your immune system won't fail with treatment for the cancer. The lupus should not affect your survival adversely in combo with cancer/cancer treatment. What can occur, but may not, is that the stress of surgery could... (1 replies)
... I'm so sorry to hear what a hard time you've been having. It is possible to have cervical cancer that is not obvious visually, but there are certainly other possible reasons for cervical bleeding. ... (1 replies)

... as a very thick lining. And now wants me to have a biopsy and seemed more concerned about the endometrium but my symptoms and risk factors are more in line with cervical cancer. The pap results will take a week. My question is this.. ... (1 replies)
Ovarian cancer
Feb 12, 2014
... I just read on a thread that cervical cancer cannot be seen or felt until its in its last stages. My Aunt is 48 and hasn't been to the doc in 4 years. ... (1 replies)
... LSIL is generally not an indicator of uterine or ovarian cancer, or even cervical cancer. It does indicate some mildly abnormal cervical cells. ... (1 replies)
... Cervical cancer would not be something you'd be able to feel or see with the naked eye until the end stages... and cervical cancer generally takes a very long time to develop, going through a number of precancerous stages first. ... (4 replies)
... Yeah, they did an ECC with my last one, I am sure they will again this time as well. As well as a cervical biopsy. Sigh. I just want this all to be over. ... (6 replies)
... The ECC tool is able to get a sample from higher up inside the cervical canal, in places that the colpo tool can't see. That's the best way to make sure there aren't any abnormal cells lurking up there. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you so much for your reply! I've been obsessively checking this thread all morning, in a panic. The 16/18 results STILL aren't back. I'm not anxious about the results- I'm sure it will be positive- it's just that until that comes back, my doctor will not speak to me about it. So I'm very panicky. :/ I looked up my results, and the exact wording on my surgery path... (6 replies)
... Hi, Berta. Sorry you're having to deal with all this. I've been down the same road so I completely get where you're coming from. As far as the HPV goes, once you have it, you always have it. For most people, a couple of years from the time they were exposed, their body is able to suppress the virus to the point it is no longer detectable in their system, and it stays that... (6 replies)
... The bump in near the opening of the cervix it feels. Although I suppose i could have scratched it with my finger maybe... And thanks so much! Also i forgot if i mentioned, but I finished the Gardisil vaccinations, if I spelt that right. And alright, so it most likely isn't cervical cancer, I'm just the paranoid type too ^.^ Thanks so much to the both of you!!! (4 replies)
... and would be extremely rare in a 17 YO. They don't even start doing pap smears now until age 21 because cervical cancer takes many years to develop. ... (4 replies)
... Or do I most likely have cervical cancer? ... (4 replies)
... I have just been diagnosed with Cervical Cancer. Everything has happened within days and I am starting to be a little bit overwhelmed. ... (0 replies)
... HPV types 16 and 18 are the highest risk for cervical cancer. Since cervical cancer usually takes many years to develop from abnormal cells, close monitoring should catch anything early. ... (2 replies)
... and I found out that she has a form of HPV that can cause cancer. She is making screening tests every 6 mounths for preventing a possible cancer, hoping that cervical cancer will never show up. ... (2 replies)
... I had a cervical biopsy due to abnormal pap and positive HPV 10 years ago and it was very uncomfortable. ... (1 replies)
... Sorry you're stressing about this! Rest assured though, as Erie said, that it's unlikely to be cervical cancer. ... (3 replies)
... at the doctors yesterday as i've been having bleeding during sex sometimes. The doctor done swabs ad had a look and said my cervix looks fine and the chances of cervical cancer is unlikely because my last smear came back normal. Why cant i stop worrying? ... (3 replies)


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