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... and been negative and Chlamydia and HPV came back positive. Just my symptoms seem a bit extreme from what I understand of HPV. Could it be signs of cervical or ovarian cancer? ... (0 replies)
Oct 14, 2015
... I just had the ultrasound today and the doctor said it was normal looked at my kidneys and my ovaries So now I just have to chase down what is causing the other issue since I have an all clear good bill of health on that part (5 replies)
Oct 13, 2015
... I know we tend to think worst case. But if you do not have a family history of ovarian cancer, then the odds are in your favor that this is not ovarian cancer. If you look up gynecologic (ovarian, endometrial, cervical) cancer rates expressed as lifetime risk percentages, you will see that they are rare. And yes, ovarian cysts are common but most are benign and typically... (5 replies)

... mild dysplasia oftentimes resolves on its own in healthy women. That plus the fact that it typically takes many years for cervical cancer to develop from abnormal cells is why the pap smear guidelines changed from every year to every three years in women at average risk. ... (1 replies)
... Today I got my results and the biopsies were clear No signs of cervical changes. ... (1 replies)
HPV Cell changes
Sep 27, 2015
... Thank you for your reply. I am so nervous about this dx. I go for a colpo Oct 6. Hopefully this gives me a plan of action. Is it possible that my pap could be wrong with the diagnosis of LSIL and it truly be something worse. The waiting game is the hardest part. (4 replies)
HPV Cell changes
Sep 25, 2015
... but it can take 10 to 20 years or even more for infection from a high risk HPV type to progress to cancer. HPV types 16 and 18 are responsible for most cases of cervical cancer. ... (4 replies)
Cervical biopsy
Apr 25, 2015
... You did not go into your history of paps and cervical treatments. If you have kept up with screening and have not had ongoing problems then chances are good that these abnormal cells are treatable. ... (3 replies)
... I just want to echo that symptoms of cervical cancer can mimic those of benign conditions. So there is no need to panic. ... (2 replies)
... Your CT scan would be unlikely to pick up cervical cancer unless it was very advanced. ... (2 replies)
... I have been having some concerning symptoms of possible cervical cancer. ... (2 replies)
... egative normal paps colposcopy isn't indicated. He is ordering an MRI of my pelvis to look at the nerves and see why is going on but basically said I do not have cervical cancer. Obviously I'm still worried, and will be until MRI results are in. I'm now having buzzing constantly throughout my pelvis and sometime legs and feet. ... (2 replies)
... How many of you that have been diagnosed with cervical cancer had normal HPV negative Pap smears? ... (2 replies)
... June 03, 2014 I had my colposcopy and cervical biopsy. ... (4 replies)
... 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)
... 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)
... 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)

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