... ned. It may ease your mind a bit to know that low grade dysplasia oftentimes resolves on its own. HPV is so common and comes and goes and most types do not cause cervical cancer. ... (1 replies)
... Hello everyone! I am curious how many of you with cervical cancer had a previous issue and had the LEEP procedure done? ... (0 replies)
... risk for cervical cancer. ... (1 replies)
... Hi I wanted to ask a question about cervical cancer. I'm 28 and have never had a pap smear. I honestly didn't think screening for cervical cancer was as important as the internet makes it sound. I'm religious and have only had sex with one guy a few times while we were dating when I was 25. ... (1 replies)
... I know our minds tend to go to the worst case scenario. Keep in mind though that cervical cancer is uncommon and this could be any number of things. I hope that eases your mind a bit! ... (4 replies)
... now I am anxiously waiting for the results but I am pretty certain that I have cervical cancer as I have every symptom apart from bleeding no abnormal bleeding to speak of and my periods are still normal. ... (4 replies)
... Does she have cancer that's been confirmed by a biopsy? Endometrial, ovarian, cervical?
Hysterectomy is major surgery. Have you gotten a second and maybe third opinion?
I had an 86 YO relative who chose not to get any treatment for her ovarian cancer. It's a personal choice... a very difficult one.
I'm sorry your family is dealing with this! (4 replies)
... Everything I've read matches what Harri3t said. HPV is very common and can come and go. Most types rarely cause cervical cancer. And you have two low risk types. ... (3 replies)
... The path report shows cell changes most likely due to HPV, the main cause of cervical cancer. ... (3 replies)
... has been identified as the major cause of cervical cancer worldwide. ... (3 replies)
... I am petrified that the next test will show Cervical Cancer. Can anyone help me make sense of the rapidly changing results? ... (0 replies)
... Try not to worry. I just had a colposcopy done and they found some cells to be CIN-2. My doc is giving me the option of waiting it out 6 mos, getting another pap to see how it's changed or getting a LEEP procedure. I haven't decided. But, I have friends who went from a normal pap to pre-cancerous (so a worse diagnosis than mine) in 12 mos time. She went in and got her... (8 replies)
... Not sure why you didn't go to a gyno first but this sounds very much like typical cysts. Hopefully the gyno can help you with that. (4 replies)
... I saw the doctor last night and the smear results were completely clear and normal. I am not convinced though because i heard that Pap smears don't actually detect cancer? I'm very confused about what a Pap smear actually finds. I told the doc everything that was going through my mind and that I wasn't convinced and he basically laughed at me and said "you're young" 😑 What a... (4 replies)
... DEfinitely could be the cysts. I would focus on that till the testing comes back. (4 replies)
i just read your post about having to do chemo and radiation. It sounds like they did catch early and i would not lose hope! my friend just went through a few months of chemo for ovarian cancer and is now cured! some days were harder than others but she is feeling much better now. i hope everything goes well and surround yourself with loving friends and family.... (1 replies)
... e last three years I have had abnormal periods. I bleed almost non stop with maybe a couple of days or a week in between "periods". I have ALL of the symptoms of cervical cancer I.e. Bleeding after intercourse, clotting during bleeding, foul smelling discharge with blood, pelvic pain, back pain and fatigue. ... (0 replies)
... Please tell me any and all symptoms you had that led to diagnosis of Cervical cancer. ... (4 replies)
... With a negative HPV test and negative paps it would be highly unlikely that you have cervical cancer. Gynecologic cancers are uncommon. ... (1 replies)
... y my hormones are all messes up and need to be regulated and he thinks the menstrual changes have to do with that. I told him abouut my concerns with could it be cervical cancer and he said im too young. He said in the 30 yeara hes been working hes never diagnosed a 24 year old with cervical cancer. ... (1 replies)